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10 thoughts on “Mr Starlight

  1. Cayla Brooke Cayla Brooke says:

    Maybe it is because I am a oerformer that I loved this book I laughed I got frustrated I cried I enjoyed the ride.

  2. Frankie Frankie says:

    Great read with a twist at the end.

  3. Diane Diane says:

    Superb Laurie Graham at her best She s so east to read and I love her diverse ideas around which to write a story.

  4. Dana Dana says:

    Well written and cleverly done but found it hard to give than 3 stars because I didn t like Sel he was so selfish and his Mam s favourite Felt so sorry for Cled who was not appreciated by most his Mam or Sel or Hazel Easy read.

  5. Sophie Houston Sophie Houston says:

    I adore Laurie Graham and her unreliable narrators This is a strange, delightful and sad story, and there s never a duff note Just perfect.

  6. Judi Mckay Judi Mckay says:

    None of the characters were that well drawn and the story felt superficial OK to read by a pool but I wouldn t seek her stuff out.

  7. Rajashri Saphia Singh Rajashri Saphia Singh says:

    Are we to part like this, dear Are we to part this way

  8. Lottie Clark Lottie Clark says:

    I enjoyed this book, a book club choice, than I thought I would It tells the story of two brothers leaving home in search of fame and fortune as entertainers in America Older brother Cled is a talented musician playing both trumpet and piano, and he is also the story s imperfect narrator a man whose own foibles ar

  9. Alistair Alistair says:

    Written in a pacy first person narrative by the droll Cledwyn Boff, Mr Starlight will appeal to readers who enjoyed Angela Carter s Wise Children or Beryl Bainbridge s An Awfully Big Adventure Ranging in time from the late 1930s to mid 80s, and geographically from provincial Wales to Las Vegas, this novel follows th

  10. Qiez Qiez says:

    When I first flip through the pages, I assumed this one fell into chick lit category Apparently its not I was surprise in a good way, of course with the very good values as well as precious lessons to note that came with this heartbreaking story I mus...

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