Hannah Green and Her Unfeasibly Mundane Existence (Hardback)Michael Marshall Smith (author)
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There are a million stories in the world. Most are perfectly ordinary. This one... isn't.
Hannah Green actually thinks her story is more mundane than most.
She's about to discover that the shadows in her life have been hiding a world where nothing is as it seems: that there's an ancient and secret machine that converts evil deeds into energy, that some mushrooms can talk - and that her grandfather has been friends with the Devil for over a hundred and fifty years, and now they need her help.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 364
Weight: 500 g
Dimensions: 222 x 141 x 34 mm
`A brilliant book'
`I couldn't be more impressed with Smith's inventiveness'
`An amazing talent'
`Packs an emotional punch' 4*
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“A decent slice of strange fiction”
I'm a huge fan of Michael Marshall Smith writing in all his guises (Michael Marshall, M M Smith, etc) and this is the first time I've been left a little disappointed. Hannah Green is a good character and the... More
“Full of light and dark”
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Hannah Green is an eleven year old whose mundane life suddenly becomes irrevocably unmundane, when she learns her grandfather is somewhat older... More
“Interesting and disturbing”
A book filled with metaphor. This book is darker than my usual reading and I started off unsure that it was something I would like. I was drawn in by sparks of humour and the unusual choice for an adult book of main... More
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