The Malice Box - Martin Langfield Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141025069 / Author: Martin Langfield / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd / This thriller is set in New York. ... more
The Malice Box - Martin Langfield ... It is about a man who goes on a quest to discover the secrets behind a box that responds to psychic energy and is linked to the North American blackout of August 2003.
Newest Review: ... and Adam's blind girlfriend, who seems to understand everything going on, even though she can't explain it or do anything ... more
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'A all-knowing eye - beautiful, pititless, irresistible - stared into Robert's soul. He fought to control his breathing, to transform his fear.' Thus begins Martin Langfield's 'The Malice Box' in mysterious fashion. In brief summary, Langfield's supernatural adventure tells of a normal man, Robert Reckliss, who must embark on a quest to save the World in modern day New York. As you would expect in an adventure, he has a couple of mysterious helpers along the way, not least his old University pal, Adam, who remains an enigma throughout the book, his wife Katherine, and Adam's blind girlfriend, who seems to understand everything going on, even though she can't ... Read the complete review
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