6 edition of Shadowplay (A Jack Wilmont Thriller Book Two) found in the catalog.
July 1, 2007
by Echelon Press Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
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Shadowplay is a book filled with magic and a world that's being built more and more with very interesting lore and mythological inspiration. This was a really great continuation of this trilogy.
I enjoyed following Micah's journey from the circus to the magic show, and I really loved the new characters of Maske and Cyan/5. "Shadowplay" is a surprisingly quick read if one has an interest in the material.
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Eve Duncan is a forensic sculptor and she is sent the skull of a young old /5. The problem with novels about towering historical figures is that most often the author hasn’t the wit or brilliance to capture them, but Shadowplay is a book undaunted.
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Shadowplay is funny, smart, tender, wise and written with inch-perfect precision -- Colum McCann Magnificent -- John Boyne Joseph O'Connor is the only writer I know who can make you laugh and cry in the same sentence.
-- Lawrence Norfolk Joseph O'Connor is the only writer I know who can make you laugh and cry in the same sentence/5(). A plethora of material is packed into Shadowplay, which like Stoker’s novel Dracula, and previous books by O’Connor, most notably Star of the Sea, his acclaimed bestseller about the Irish /5(10).
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Shadowplay is a roller-coaster and it is written with élan, some of the best lines being reserved for Ms. Terry. "By the time you’d boil 8/Piers Paul Read - Books of the Year in The Times "Clare Asquith's Shadowplay: The Hidden Beliefs and Coded Politics of William Shakespeare (Public Affairs, GBP ) is an audacious, compelling literary/historical investigation that challenges our assumptions about the plays, the playwright and English history itself/5(53).