Robert Glancy – Terms & Conditions

23 Feb


Overall I’ve made a good start to my reading list for 2015.  I’m well ahead of the book a week schedule I set myself last year, even though I’m not actually trying to read to any targets this year.  What is more pleasing is that with the odd exceptionI’ve really enjoyed the books this year.  My system of generally just picking books from their covers, something wisdom suggests you shouldn’t do, is so far paying off.

This particular book was a cracking read.  Telling the tale of Frank, a terms and conditions lawyer who is suffering amnesia after a car crash, the writing is funny, witty, authentic and at times quite poignant.  The characters are all individuals I invested in, either in supporting or detesting them.  The style of writing is very clever in utilising a running theme of small print at the bottom of the page adding colourful additional insights into the narration.

I would very much recommend this and so far is probably my book of the year.


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