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  1. says:

    This is my third Glen Duncan novel I managed to buy a used copy online as this book is apparently out of print Ive come to realise that Duncan may be slightly juuust slightly obsessed with the catholic religion God and the Devil This particula

  2. says:

    I'm a little pissed that I didn't discover Glen Duncan sooner Still I think that might be a good thing because I'm not sure I could have appreciated him as much then as I can now I can only hope that some of his other work

  3. says:

    2006 notebook although I am impressed as usual by Duncan's fantastic powers of observation and metaphor I think this one is too over the top too much detail as if he's showing off and the descent into sadism feels dodgy unconvincing or maybe just too adolescent the protagonist is one

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    I'll start this review by stating that ever since I read I Lucifer I have been a fan of Glen Duncan And this book has not changed my opinion one bitThis is a book that deals with issues of good and evil and of what it is to be evilIt is the life story of Dominic Hood the story alternating between his childhood his past

  5. says:

    After reading I Lucifer I bought this one A very different book but just as well written Duncan's sharp observational skills were on full dis

  6. says:

    This review contains mild spoilersI love Glen Duncan No other fiction author can get inside my head like he can and then leave me f

  7. says:

    Rarely does a novel feel this honest Glen Duncan's trademark is to mix ordinary life events with at least a hint of the supernatural In Weathercock he tells the story of Dominic Hood a man whose adult personality was forme

  8. says:

    I'm really not sure how to describe this book It wasn't terrible but I couldn't really say it was great either so my rating

  9. says:

    One of my most favourite books of all time

  10. says:

    This book was not at all what I expected First of all Duncan's prior book I Lucifer was wonderful wickedly funny remarkably emotional made me get misty irreverent and original and I was hoping for of the same But Weathercock felt extremely different I can see the similarities in writing style but it's like compa

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review Å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Glen Duncan

A miracle His childhood had the usual benefits but after watching a miracle performed by Fat. After reading I Lucifer I bought this one A very different book but just as well written Duncan s sharp observational skills were on full display The story is of a boy s journey to becoming a man the events that influenced his development and how he deals or not deals with them mixed in with his relationship with God and catholicism I enjoyed it

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Her Malone Dominic realises a part of him is skewed and that mere fantasy will never be enoug.

review Å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Glen Duncan

The confession of Dominic Francis Hood Roman Catholic sadist conspirator to murder witness to. I m a little pissed that I didn t discover Glen Duncan sooner Still I think that might be a good thing because I m not sure I could have appreciated him as much then as I can now I can only hope that some of his other work will strike me with the same open handed slap that Weathercock did I think Duncan might be just slightly mental I just can t believe that an author capable of writing this can t be a little soft in the head Yet it s in no way a turn off In fact I feel drawn to Mr Duncan in a way that makes me uestion my own sanity His writing as Dominic Hood is scary torturous eccentric distorted but strangely alluring I want to know this man because his mind is a beautifully convuluted thingThe writing is brilliant just brilliant I want