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    Thumbs up Transition

    Gets a decent write up & 4/5 in the latest Issue of SFX
    Last edited by Deep Black; 28-12-2009 at 11:06 PM.
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    The Independent
    http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-en...s-1777592.html
    ... they like it.

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    That's a spot-on review.

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    Short review of Transition in this weeks Bella Magazine, they liked it. I just wanted to look at Denise Welch in the buff.
    Drink, but very carefully...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conscious Bob View Post
    Short review of Transition in this weeks Bella Magazine, they liked it. I just wanted to look at Denise Welch in the buff.
    That's a odd conjunction, tho' better than a review of Den's book and a nekkid TMH...
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    It sounds like he's making the same mild mistakes he made with The Algebraist and Matter, overall great story, but for Satan sake edit down a few subplots and chapters...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Orange View Post
    It sounds like he's making the same mild mistakes he made with The Algebraist and Matter, overall great story, but for Satan sake edit down a few subplots and chapters...
    Read it for yourself before you make the judgement and post your own crit.
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    There's only 15 chapters.

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    The Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2009...ks-book-review

    He doesn't like it and it's very spoilery (like major plot twists that occur well into the book)

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