The Madman's Tale - John Katzenbach Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552151068 / Paperback: 720 pages / Publisher: Corgi / New Edition: 2 May 2005
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by - written on 04/02/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
This is a review of the 2004 book 'The Madman's Tale' by John Katzenbach who is a new author to me in that I have never read any of his books. I stumbled upon this one on a swapping website and really fancied reading it. The book is 720 pages long and took me a record amount of time to read as it coincided with the birth of my second baby but I was determined to read it, squirreling away a couple of pages at a time when I took a bath or five minutes out of the feeding cycle. A bit about... The book is set in a Psychiatric Hospital, where we meet a number of key characters, and the patients who all have nicknames for each other and the staff. There's been ... Read the complete review
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