Stonemouth: A Novel

Stonemouth - Iain Banks Some of this book is classic Banks: highly charged situation, dysfunctional main characters and an unnerving start, but it doesn't quite have the same twist that a lot of his other fiction has.That said, it is written very well, and makes for a compelling read. Can only give it four stars though.

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