End of the Day – Published!

Booook!!  Newwww boookkkkk!!  It’s published today whoopeeee!!  NEW BOOK!!

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(If you don’t fancy paying for the hardback, paperback is out in autumn, there’s ebooks out now, and as always an audiobook read by the infuriatingly talented Peter Kenny.  NEW BOOOOOKKKKKK!!!!)

2 Comments:

  1. I was only thinking about this while I was browsing my local Waterstones last Saturday, and sobered when it was due to be published; low, and indeed, behold, here it is!
    Oh, frabjous day!
    Right, off to download the ebook, and order the dead tree hardcover.

  2. I was pleasantly surprised on the bus one morning to discover that End of the Day was coming out the next morning. I’m a big fan of your recent books. The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August, Touch and The Sudden Appearance of Hope are the type of books that I spend a lot of time hunting down. I recently discovered The Immortals by S.E. Lister and found in that something similar to your novels.

    I’m nearly half way through reading End of the Day. I only read it on the bus to and from work. I try to make good books last a while if I can. It is certainly quite different from your other books mentioned above and it did take me a while to get in to it, but I’m really starting to like it now and to care about what Charlie is doing and going through.

    I’ve spent a lot of time recently thinking about why we’re here in this world. We live in a sheltered life, and by “we” I mean the we like me, those that do live a sheltered life. End of the Day makes you think about a lot of things, it makes you wonder why there are people in the world that don’t have empathy, and why these atrocities and injustices are happening. The spectrum of human personality is so broad and yet surely we can learn to understand each other. Some people compromise so as to make others happy, and that in turn makes them happy, but others either seem unwilling to do this or find it completely foreign.

    That’s kind of where I’m at at the moment. Still over half the book to go, so I’ll let you know what I think when I’ve finished.

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