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  • Title: Just Business
  • Author: Geraint Anderson
  • ISBN: 9780755381722
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
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      Posted by:Geraint Anderson
      Published :2018-011-06T15:44:00+00:00

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    1. I have had this book on my to read list for quite some time and having now finished it, wonder why I waited so long. Geraint Anderson originally wrote an anonymous column in a free London newspaper and following an early retirement announced himself as Geraint Anderson; an MP's son. Following on from this he moved into the world of books and released his first book `Cityboy' back in 2008. This current book Just Business was his follow up released in 2011.Steve Jones is the central character and [...]

    2. What did I think?Well, It's quite refreshing reading a book that is not a bestseller; or tries to be one. Almost all the books I have read prior to this one have been either best-sellers or one of those "critically acclaimed novels of our time". Because of this, I have had to force myself to pay close attention to the words so as to not miss a single point - afterall, it is a bestseller; how dare I misread or misinterpret words of the gods (lowercase g).But with this one, oh man I threw all caut [...]

    3. Ok My synopsis is that overall the book is alright, I felt throughout that i just wanted City Boy. Merging the character with the idea of money laundering, the cartel and the odd bad guy just didnt feel right I think if it was to work the tale had to be more detailed and be given some depth. It's ok, easy to read But wouldn't recommend.

    4. Easy to read, more of a holiday book. (If only I didn't take a 3 month break in the middle of reading it!)Nothing too taxing, no great plot twists and hey whadoyaknow everything conveniently falls into place. I knew what I was in for was ok. A mild diversion.

    5. It's the classic story. Take a unique, creative, successful book such as Cityboy. Extract the characters and write a generic detective book. Rake in the cash.This sequel lacks most of the aforementioned qualities.

    6. Disappointing. Main character is a thoroughly unpleasant chap, managing to make a number of unrealistic escapes from even more unpleasant characters.Left the book not caring if he survived.

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