The Crystal Skull - Manda Scott Reviews
Description:ISBN 0593055705 / Author: Manda Scott / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... about as much empathy with them as I do for the grapes in my wine. . . scratch that, I feel more for the grapes!!! ... more
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by - written on 18/02/13 (Somewhat useful, 9 readings)
This is without doubt the worst book I have ever read. When I read the blurb it sounded interesting, a race against time to stop the end of the world and historical interludes giving an interesting history of the skull and it's "powers". In actuality, the story was glacier slow and the characters made me have about as much empathy with them as I do for the grapes in my wine. . . scratch that, I feel more for the grapes!!! Seriously, if you are considering paying actual money for this book stop right now, put your wallet/purse away and run. I think somewhere in the story there is scope for a good read. A crystal skull that imbues special powers (that never . Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Book Info: Name: The Crystal Skull Author: Manda Scott Released: January 2008 Series: N / A Awards: N / A Manda Scott, veterinary surgeon and renowned bestselling author, is well known for her successful Boudica series. With the release of Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in 2007, this novel was extremely well marketed to tell a different story of a skull made of blue quartz, though both concepts are not linked. The amount of recent titles based on a race to save the world with an ancient conspiracy at heart is countless. Hailed by The Times as 'one of Britain's most important crime writers . . . ' can Manda Scott ... Read the complete review
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