Brond

Brond After witnessing the mysterious Brond push a child off Kelvingrove Bridge student Robert is drawn into Brond s plan to trap a dangerous IRA killer

  • Title: Brond
  • Author: Frederic Lindsay
  • ISBN: 9781846970320
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
  • After witnessing the mysterious Brond push a child off Kelvingrove Bridge, student Robert is drawn into Brond s plan to trap a dangerous IRA killer.

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    1. A lot of the time I didn't have a clue what was going on in this novel, so disconnected and rambling the voice of the narrator, but understanding at the same time that was the point. And so much of the time, the writing was compelling, as was the pull to try and understand, that I stayed with it. And will re-read to better appreciate, since an unusually disjointed first go at this did it no favours either.

    2. I struggled at the start of this book as it was not clear to me what was happening and what was just happening in the main character's imagination. I enjoyed it more later on as the author knows how to tell a story but for me he did not really have a story worth telling. All too cryptic and mysterious for me. I doubt I will read any more of his books.

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