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Nobody True by James Herbert
Review by John Berlyne
Macmillan Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 140500519X
Date: 10 September, 2003 List Price £17.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

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When I was a lad, I used to read every James Herbert novel I could lay my hands on. I clearly remember the horrific thrill I got from reading The Rats and Lair, and those scary Nazi bad guys brought back to life by The Spear. Great stuff! Those were formative times and there's no doubt that Mr Herbert is partly responsible for why I'm still hooked on genre fiction to this very day. As I grew older, my tastes diversified and I discovered other authors and so after The Jonah (which, in truth, I found disappointing) I moved on to other writers and it has been some years then since I last picked up a Herbert novel. As I've been reading on, so has Herbert been writing. Nobody True is his twenty first novel and dipping into it, it is clear he's as entertaining as ever.

(Source: Macmillan)

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