Kel McGowan is Kelligrafie
This story centres around a village. And a woman who moves to the village to live in her mum's cottage to make some sort of psycho analytical observation thing about village life. And the relationships that everyone has with each other.
It all gets a bit lost really. And nothing actually ever happens. It's a bit like what would happen if you took the murders/rivalry/incest/jealousy/anything interesting out of Midsomer.
A very few of the characters have the potential to be intriguing but they never get explored.
I don't particularly understand how someone with no named income can live in a cottage in nowhereville and do a study. A study that never ever progresses beyond random thoughts and maybe the odd jotting in a notebook.
And there isn't even a proper ending. It just... ends. There's no real plot, the characters are very one dimensional. Very, very dull.
File under: Kelligrafie, book review, A Few Green Leaves, Barbara Pym
Kel. 30. Half mad cat lady. Half ninja turtle. Huddersfield lass born 'n' bred!.
I love to draw cartoons & listen to film soundtracks & TV themes.
For unknown reason, my favourite number is 44.
Things I Like
Author: Jasper Fforde
Band: The Struts
Book: The Lost Art Of Keeping Secrets
Game: The Sims 3
TV Show: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles