The Grid: ‘A stunning thriller’ Terry Hayes, author of I AM PILGRIM

December 27, 2019 - Comment
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Anonymous says:

Absurd plot! A slightly unbelievable plot, combined with a complex set of characters and less than fluid writing on occasions made this somewhat of a chore to read. The underlying desire to relive past events of the key character becomes irritating unless you are a psychoanalyst….Cannot recommend

Anonymous says:

Stylish, intelligent and original. Thanks to NetGalley and Random House UK for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I have no doubt that Nick Cook’s highly ambitious novel, “The Grid”, will find mass appeal. It is what marketing experts would term a ‘high concept’ thriller and given how much we readers like originality, it will surely rocket up the bestseller charts and become a hit. While I find a succinct summary of the plot somewhat elusive, without resorting to bland platitudes and the usual book…

Anonymous says:

The Dead Cook knows about defence matters. He is the senior editor at Jane’s Defence Weekly. If you enjoy a spy thriller this is the book for you.In his book he uses people with brain disorders or injuries to explore the fascinating subject extrasensory perception. Josh Cain is the first-person narrator. Josh is a psychologist who advised the American president .The story embraces emotion and the unconscious, descriptions of weapon systems and law enforcement agencies. It is a…

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