The Never Pages
What happens in the mind is often much more significant that what happens to the body.
There are no lengths humans won't go to for love. Human beings will always carry on, will always move forwards.
Books by Graham Thomas
You can never be sure how things will turn out and that's as close as I'm going to get to hinting at the unexpected and wonderful way this novel ends. It's not a light read. But it is a rewarding one. The Never Pages comes recommended to all readers who like books that confound them.
The Never Pages by Graham Thomas book review
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The Never Pages by Graham Thomas. A journey through a dreamscape - surreal, sometimes frightening, and always affecting. In many cases, your website is the first point of contact for people. If you came across an unfinished website, what would that say to you? Would you want to come back and do business with that organisation? And frustration is what will happen if you use construction pages. By providing a link to a webpage, you have promised to deliver something, usually information.
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This can, at first, be quite distancing — everything is presented in a very clinical way. I have to say, this is one of the best books I have read in a good long while. I warn you though, this is not a simple book to read. Reality is more like a dream, numerous interweaving dreams, and something that is presented as fact is later revealed as ludicrous fantasy seconds later. The book is also written as a journal, so you only find things out as the main character does — further muddying the waters when you are unsure of the narrator's soundness of mind.
This isn't a book that you can just let wash over you, you will quickly find yourself lost if you don't pay attention as the story evolves. Don't let this put you off however, everything is explained eventually, and the last few chapters will have you exclaiming aloud when something is revealed, or a link is made between two seemingly unrelated things. I found myself not able to put the book down, desperate to know the next event in the sequence, only to have it completely subverted once again.
The Never Pages by Graham Thomas
The end of the book actually left me feeling slightly empty — not because of the ending itself, but because I was no longer on this journey, my companions were left in the pages and I had to somehow continue with my life. The notes at the end — in the form of letters or diary entries — serve to reveal all, and I ended up going back to certain chapters of the book to reread them in the light of my new-found knowledge.
As you can probably tell from my gushing words, I really enjoyed this book. We've found that while readers like to know what we think of a book they find additional reader reviews a massive help in deciding if it is the right book for them. So if you have a spare moment, please tell us your thoughts by writing a reader's review. Thank you for taking the time to write a review on this book, it really makes a difference and helps readers to find their perfect book.