The Whispering Gallery (download Read) Author Mark Sanderson


  • Paperback
  • 359
  • The Whispering Gallery
  • Mark Sanderson
  • English
  • 05 September 2017
  • 9780007296811
The Whispering Gallery

review The Whispering Gallery Mark Sanderson Ù 5 Free read Read & Download Ø PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ù Mark Sanderson Eath from the whispering gallery killing a priest in the process Did he jump or was he pushed. Maybe I read this too uickly but the pace seemed off and the structure of the Kindle edition threw me than once with paras bumping into each other when they were really separate sections Added to that the lists of street names sometimes seemed like the point of the book There s a good story in here struggling to get out and the I think about the book the I realise I might be being unfair to it

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review The Whispering Gallery Mark Sanderson Ù 5 Free read Read & Download Ø PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ù Mark Sanderson On a sweltering day in July 1937 reporter John Steadman is in London's St Paul's Cathedral wa. Started well but seemed to get a bit lost in it s self

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review The Whispering Gallery Mark Sanderson Ù 5 Free read Read & Download Ø PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ù Mark Sanderson Iting for his girlfriend But romance is pushed aside when he witnesses a man falling to his d. There are aspects of this series I like such as the period atmosphere of pre war London and the complicated relationship between lead characters maverick newspaper reporter Johnny Steadman and his best friend since schooldays PC Matt Turner On the other hand the novels rely on sensationalist plot lines and revel in gruesome sexual violence that is depicted with a salaciousness I find disturbing verging on torture porn The writing can be a bit clumsy with a tendency to tell rather than show and over inclusion of detail gleaned from research that slows down the narrative Yet I read on mostly I admit in the hope Johnny and Matt will finally admit to themselves and each other their true feelings for each other Matt s wife Lizzie is portrayed sympathetically which I appreciate since too often female characters coming between two men are given very short shift by writers keen to explore mm relationships though there just isn t the same emotion in my response to Matt and Stella or Stella and Johnny that I feel with Matt and Johnny Johnny isn t always easy to like or admire especially impulses such as him wanting to push girlfriend Stella downstairs when she doesn t do what he wants There is a whiff too of the all gays are paedophiles trope though Sanderson does convincingly depict the risks and conseuences facing LGBT people in the time period forced underground by law and public attitudes living double lives based on deception open to blackmail and exploitation