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by Ed Crutchley

Dystopian Fiction Humour (fiction)

LoveReading View on Procession

I did enjoy this book and was intrigued why a procession of men were walking together with their hands round each other's necks. I loved some of the characters trying to find out why and found Alice and Max very believable if a little slow on the uptake. They stayed near the place where one of the 'processions' started and enlisted other people to help them investigate. I find it hard to write a review without giving away the whole plot but I will say it was rather unusual and yet strangely compelling even if a little slow in the middle, it is worth the read though.

Carol Peace, A LoveReading Ambassador

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Procession Synopsis

Journalist Alice Blumen witnesses old men walking single file in front of a restaurant in Maine. They are holding onto each other in a way that bears the unusual hallmarks of two similar incidents farther south. She proceeds to investigate what could become a major story, but others are likely to get in her way.

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ISBN: 9781098685201
Publication date: 14/05/2019
Publisher: Independently published
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781098685201
Publication date: 14th May 2019
Author: Ed Crutchley
Publisher: Independently published
Format: Paperback
Genres: Dystopian Fiction, Humour,

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