The Trespass - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Scott Hunter / Kindle Edition / Publication Date: 2011
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by - written on 25/06/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
(Warning: this review contains a lot of very unkind similes. Do not read if the wanton torture of the English language offends you) Poor old Scott Hunter. He desperately wants to do two things with The Trespass. One: create a British Indiana Jones (something he obliquely acknowledges via several references in the text) and two: create yet another "lost religious artefact" treasure hunt book. Unfortunately, his two aims hit two snags. One: most of the really good religious stuff (Ark of the Covenant, Holy Grail, Jesus' Cross or tomb) have already been done, leaving latecomers to resort to a bit of barrel scraping in the search for their mystical ... Read the complete review
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