Pig Island

Pig Island

Book - 2006
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The remote Scottish island where investigative journalist Joe Oakes has just arrived has been divided into two clear halves. On one side lives the obscure religious community and on the other side, fenced off by high voltage electric wire, is where David Dove, the community's founder and leader, lives in total isolation.
Publisher: London : Bantam, 2006.
ISBN: 9780593049723
0593049721
Branch Call Number: FIC HAYD
Characteristics: 352 p. ; 24 cm.

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jaydubb468
Feb 24, 2017

LOVED this book!! I do love the Jack Caffery books, but the stand alone ones (Pig Island, The Devil of Nanking) are unique, well written and incredible! I'd recommend this book to any horror lover.

fjose Feb 03, 2013

Skip this one...I like her others but this one is not worth the time.

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dmcormier_32
Oct 11, 2012

I usually like the books that Mo Hayder has put out but found with this one, I was pushing myself to just finish it.... The ending was infuriating and afterwards I found myself regretting reading it the whole way through.

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Pisinga
Mar 28, 2012

Reading this book, from the beginning I started to wondering - why am I wasting my time in reading that? Mystery, pig heads, religion, torture, horror, there is everything is this nonsense.
Something that is good - is that the writer certainly has
talent describing places.

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