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★☆☆☆☆

“This is the first Martina Cole novel I have read, I...”

Written on: 11/04/2010

This is the first Martina Cole novel I have read, I promise it will be the last. The author treats the reader as an idiot who is unable to remember a basic plot. She continually repeats the plot over and over again.From the 666 pages available to read you are lucky if a third of these actually advance the plot or have any new bearing on the story. I became very frustrated reading this book and if this is an example of the authors work I would not recomend her to any one… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Faces ”

Written on: 27/06/2009 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Faces
Martina Cole
Grand Central, Jul 21 2009, $24.99
ISBN: 9780446179973

In London, several mob thugs arrive at the Cadogen home to collect the patriarch's gambling debt. Dan knew he could not pay so he fled leaving his wife and three children to face the wrath of the mobsters. Almost fourteen year old Danny "Big Dan" Cadogen shows no fear as he faces down the gangsters wanting blood money from his vanished drunken dad. One of the crooks Louie Stein, impressed by the teen's fortitude and… Read Full Review

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“I totally agree with the previous reviews. I have read...”

Written on: 17/10/2008 by tingle (1 review written)

I totally agree with the previous reviews. I have read all her books but again I have to agree she has run out of ideas with this one and I was sick of reading it, I wanted to scream… Read Full Review

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“Very repetitive, so much so that I wanted to throw it...”

Written on: 21/09/2008

Very repetitive, so much so that I wanted to throw it at the wall. Try others this one has lost it. Sheila Quigley is a much better writer… Read Full Review

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“From start to finish - as a loyal Martina Cole fan - i...”

Written on: 19/09/2008

From start to finish - as a loyal Martina Cole fan - i have read everything she has ever written. From about 'The Take' her writing has just gone progressively down hill to this monstrosity of a 'novel' from page one to 666 was just pure repetition, the same line rehashed. The characters were baseless so I had no empathy for them whatsoever, and the plot was non-existent. However, I read all the way to the end convinced she would at least have a fantastic finale, she didn't. I can't believe she… Read Full Review

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