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The Left Hand of God | Paperback

Released on 19 August 2010

Author: Paul Hoffman | Format: Paperback

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In one of the Sanctuary's vast and twisting maze of corridors stands a boy. He is perhaps fourteen or fifteen years old - he is not sure and neither is anyone else. He has long-forgotten his real name, but now they call him Thomas Cale. He is strange and secretive, witty and charming, violent and profoundly bloody-minded.

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Im one of those people that will only pick a book up if the front cover looks interesting. after that i proceed to the back and read the blub.

Exactly what i did with this book. The book is different from anything that i have read before. Very dark beginning which was a little slow to begin with but soon got going for me. Interesting plot without leaving you going "when is this going to end".

Thomas Cale, Kliest and Vague Henry all make quite a good team even though they are not a team (they are just a trio). Cale is an interesting character to follow and it leaves you wanting to know more about him at the end of the book. You can certainly tell that he is a dark character.

The Redeemers are a dark group who leave you wanting to know more about them.

This is a well written book which really makes you want to read on and then you come to the end of the book and are like "WHAT!!! Now ive got to wait for the next book!"

Difficult review to write as i have just read this book for the second time and am reading through the follow up titled "The Last Four Things" and am trying to not spoil anything.

This book is a bit dark, but has some humour in (or at least i think so).

Overall;
*Great storyline and Plot
* Great Place to leave the book
* Awesome characters that you want to know more about

Great read and would highly recommend if you are into a book that is quite dark in areas.

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was a really dark beginning, made you want to keep reading...end was a bit dissapointing unless he's writing another book other than that a good read but would like more explanations in the next book....if there is one :)

 Unsure!

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This is a very odd book! There is a lot of build up at the beginning and then it just ends. There are a lots of unanswered questions that have been hinted at throughout the book. Am very much hoping for a sequel so we can find out what happens to Cale!!!

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This was a 'cant put down and stop thinking about it' type of read. Although some terrible scenes described by the writer about Cale and his friends environments, it draws you in to a world of mystique and violence with a taste of history. Not my usual rom con read but enjoyed it in a different way and really want to know what happens next. The ending did happen a bit sudden! I would say read if you like dark fiction but not if you want happy endings.

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AuthorPaul Hoffman
PublisherPenguin Books Ltd (GB)
Year2010
ISBN9780141042374
FormatPaperback - 544 Pages