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Fluke

Postby Tina » 17 Sep 2006, 12:19

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Fluke

Postby Tina » 18 Sep 2006, 12:48

"I have read this book so many times - I love it! The imagination of James Herbert seems to know no bounds, and the way this book is written, you could almost believe James to have been a dog himself in a former life!!"

Rating: *****
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Fluke

Postby Tina » 18 Sep 2006, 12:49

"If you are looking for a classic Herbert horror then this book is not for you. However, if you are into heartwarming and sometimes distressing books, Fluke would be the best choice for you."

Rating: ****
Submitted by Gary - August 2001
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Postby Hel66 » 08 Oct 2006, 06:03

For some reason this one never appealed to me as much as the usual JH horror stuff, like 'The Rats', 'The Dark' etc. However I was pleasantly surprised. Not your standard horror book but certainly delves into life and death, a topic which fascinates most of us.

The story is told in the first person (or should that be the first dog?) and the author conveys 'being a dog' brilliantly.

We learn how 'Fluke' as he is eventually known feels different from other dogs and we follow his journey as he seeks to find out the truth.

Wonderfully written and beautifully described...with just the right amount of poignant moments...especially the end.
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Postby betapeta » 21 Oct 2006, 11:30

i strange yet interesting book....at first the idea of a dog talking was a little on the fairytale side...that was until i read it! it just seems like a dog adventure but its always there that its a person talking, brillaint, as with all his books....sad too which is never a bad thing. thought provoking....interesting....
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Postby lotehypu » 27 Jan 2007, 00:27

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Postby thomkindred » 27 Jan 2007, 01:32

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Postby dave bull » 27 Jan 2007, 02:48

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Postby Jack » 31 Aug 2007, 10:21

A sweet and heart rending tale, and one of the few books that actually made me cry at the end. JH puts forward a convincing arguement for reincarnation, and as always a good twist in the tale, or should that be tail?

I give it 9/10. I dropped 1 point for lack of gore, ha ha!
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Re: Fluke

Postby suman » 18 Jul 2013, 12:56

ove your books
this book was amazing and read it in about 2 days it was truly amazing
im only a teen and just found this author thank to my mum :P
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