Dovetail

Jeremy Hughes

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Dovetail

Dovetail Attacked as a boy by bullies Tim is left with the most serious loss he will face as a man As a man he is out to revenge himself one by one on the gang by enacting the perfect murder with the perfect

  • Title: Dovetail
  • Author: Jeremy Hughes
  • ISBN: 9780956012531
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • Attacked as a boy by bullies, Tim is left with the most serious loss he will face as a man As a man he is out to revenge himself one by one on the gang by enacting the perfect murder with the perfect killing machine But first of all he must become a supreme craftsman Then he must practise.

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    1. Coral Davies on said:

      THIS CONTAINS SPOILERS - mainly because the ending was such a dreadful disappointment I can't possibly keep my mouth shut START: I found this a difficult and clunky read; the timeline jumps around with no indication of where you are along the protagonists timeline and the text is literally littered with inane footnotes while the storyline is constantly punctuated by descriptions (tedious ones) of woodworking and how to look after your tools.HALF WAY THROUGH: I loved the book. I understood then t [...]

    2. Ruth on said:

      What I loved about this book is how Hughes portrays Obsession. The main character, Tim, is a Welsh man who was maimed by grammar school bullies and spends years and years planning his revenge. His obsession with revenge consumes him. I also liked the main character's parallel obsession with carpentry and all facets of it. But I especially liked how Hughes merges the two obsessions to fulfill Tim's revenge. It was a very interesting look at a madman who could very well be your neighbor. Good endi [...]

    3. Teena Evans on said:

      I really enjoyed this book. I think part of the reason why I enjoyed it was due to the familiarity of the location and use of Wales. The other part was the writing; Jeremy lets you build up your own picture of how "She" would be and almost become fond of the "Strawberry" bad character, then shock ending. Brilliant!! I enjoyed piecing this together myself and trying to understand the enigmatic mind of a complete psycho!

    4. Stephen on said:

      Creepy story of obsession and murder. Similar in feel to Iain Banks seminal book The Wasp Factory. The only thing I did not like about this book was the way the character of Elena changed dramatically in less than a paragraph at the end of the book. Too abrupt. Did no feel real. Diminished the rest of the work in my opinion.

    5. Craig Evans on said:

      Mine and my brother's old English teacher in college! Great read, creative story telling and maniacal main character.

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