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Niedermayer & Hart
by M. J. Johnson | Horror
Registered by Bookasaurus99 of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent United Kingdom on Sunday, July 29, 2012
Average 7 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by Madison23): travelling


3 journalers for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by Bookasaurus99 from Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent United Kingdom on Sunday, July 29, 2012

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I am the author of this book and I would love to hear your view of it after reading. 


Journal Entry 2 by Bookasaurus99 at Clacket Lane Services in M25 Clackett Lane Anti Clockwise, -- Highways, Roadsides & Services -- United Kingdom on Sunday, July 29, 2012

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Released 2 yrs ago (7/30/2012 UTC) at Clacket Lane Services in M25 Clackett Lane Anti Clockwise, -- Highways, Roadsides & Services -- United Kingdom

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

This book will be released in the Costa coffee shop area at the anti-clockwise Clacket Lane services between 4 and 6pm (sorry, can't be more accurate!) 


Journal Entry 3 by wingAnonymousFinderwing at Littlebourne, Kent United Kingdom on Wednesday, August 15, 2012

7 out of 10

My husband picked up the book at Clacket Lane services on 30th July on our way home from Warwick Folk Festival.

He started reading it, realised it was a horror story and gave up so my daughter and I read it in tandem.

Mother - I thought it was a good tale, ancient horror and superstition brought into the modern world, but felt that the writing could have been tightened up a bit.

Daughter - As a regular reader of horror I had no problems suspending my disbelief about those elements. However I found the use of firearms by the police jarring. The book is set in the UK and I found the fact that they could just pull out hand guns to be at odds with my understanding of the way the British police work and more inline with American police procedure. Would so many police officers be fire arms trained? Would they have such easy access to firearms, especially hand guns? Would they be able to carry them around semingly so easily? Once I had switched to thinking of them as being more "American style" I could continue and accept what was happening more easily.

We will leave the book at Broadstairs Folk Festival this evening (15th August) - at The Chapel, a micropub in a secondhand bookshop. 


Journal Entry 4 by Madison23 at Broadstairs, Kent United Kingdom on Saturday, August 18, 2012

This book has not been rated.

Caught this book last night at the Broadstairs Folk Festival in The Chapel secondhand bookshop whilst watching Relig Oran.

Felt a bit guilty walking out of the bookshop at the end of the evening as I felt people thought I might be stealing one of the shops books, but it is now home safe and sound.

Obviously I've not yet had a chance to read the book, but it sounds intriguing so I will add it to my bedside pile and hope to read in the near future before releasing it back out into the wild.

UPDATE Feb 2014 - Oh dear its now 2014 and I have just cleared a bookshelf in my study and found this book still sitting unread. Feel a bit guilty especially as it started its journey by its author. So,
I have decided to release this book back out into the wild and will be leaving it at a performance of Cinderella in Rainham later today.  




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