A thoughtful and sometimes comical tale, of lost love, lost lives and lost memories. It's the 90's - When a young man is helped by an old guy (with problems of his own), to find his way back to normality after being beaten up - fate takes them both on a perilous journey, with friends and adversaries alike, trying to find them.
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The Unwritten Timetable based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I loved it, like a slow burning film, you get drawn into the characters lives, every subtle part, bit by bit, then the s**t hits the fan. The era (90's) evoked a lot of memories, and the lack of technology then (I'd forgotten what it was like to live without a mobile/the internet!). The main parts are a young guy (20 something) and an old man (60's+?), the young guy's mates and a whole host of others that weave an intricate plot, sub plot and sub-sub plot, that could be expanded into entire books themselves, but all merge into an, at times bizarre, but ultimately satisfying story, with a good few creepy twisty bits to keep you on your toes. I had a kindle version, but might invest in the paperback for the hell of it!