Oh what pleasure it was to be able to sit and read this along with coffee and cake almost as soon as it landed on my kindle.
I love that the Manx Wallabies feature in the story - even if they prove even more illusive than in real life. (The BBC 's decision to once send a wildlife reporter and crew over to investigate seemed to be based on the premise 'good joke to say there are wallabies living in the wild, we will show what a prank it is...' Until they obtained good footage of the animals within hours of arrival and ended up doing a serious piece about how well the animals had adapted!)
I know someone a bit like Darrell, albeit with a slightly longer attention span, but where you can more or less predict how long something will last so he seems totally believable and the whole plot works very well.
Good to see Fenella and Daniel's relationship firming up here but my final thought, at the end of the last chapter, was definitely 'Oh Daniel!'
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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1697623328
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- Language: English
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