Read Wormwood by G.P. Taylor Free Online
Book Title: Wormwood|
The author of the book: G.P. Taylor
Date of issue: September 22nd 2005
ISBN 13: 9780142404690
Loaded: 1384 times
Reader ratings: 6.1
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 441 KB
City - Country: No data
Read full description of the books:
What a nightmare.
As I started to read the book, I had this ominous feeling that I am going to regret it. Guess what? I did. BIG TIME. I am telling the honest-to-goodness truth when I say that this is, by far, the WORST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ IN MY ENTIRE LIFE.
But it seems that I am fated to encounter this worm-eaten book. As fate would have it, this is the only book that I found in our house that I have not yet read.
I have this constant headache while I am reading the book. Totally tepid plot. Amazingly boring characters. I found no emotional attachment to ANY of the characters. They could all die for all I care. One is not given a clear idea of where a character really belongs in the order of things. If I may quote Kara DioGuargi's fave line, "Who are you?" Well, that would be the question that I would ask very single one of those stupid underdeveloped characters.
I do wonder if the author has any idea of what is going on in the story. There is just no unity in all the little plots that he tossed in the major plot.
Well, one decent thing that came out of this horrifying experience would be that I finally learned to check the reviews first before reading a book.
Saves you time. Saves you from headache.
Download Wormwood ERUB
Download Wormwood DOC
Download Wormwood TXT
Read information about the author(born 1958 in Scarborough, North Yorkshire), pen-name G. P. Taylor, is the author of the best-selling novels Shadowmancer, Wormwood and Tersias. Before taking up writing full-time, he was an Anglican vicar in the village of Cloughton, North Yorkshire.
His works reflect his faith, carrying Christian messages like The Chronicles of Narnia of C.S. Lewis. He began to write his works to counter the increasing number of works, such as Harry Potter and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, that he believed were encouraging children to investigate the occult. His works have also garnered some controversy however, because whilst Taylor has claimed to be "an authority on Wicca and paganism", his books have been considered offensive by some neopagans for describing them as being tricked by the Devil.
Reviews of the Wormwood
Add a comment
Download EBOOK Wormwood by G.P. Taylor Online free