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I related to the heroine so much, as in her take on life, her humour, her courage and strength her compassion for others and how she dealt with their betrayal of her.

Hallo Chris I read ur book Other Hand. I didn’t come up for air chrris reading this book. Thank you Mandy — very kind of you to say so. I will read all of ur books soon. From where I come Finland Chris can also refer to a woman and I always took it for granted you were one.

Londoners just took a deep breath and put the kettle on. Incendiar Chris, Read this book in five hours flat.

More By and About This Author. I was very pleased that this book was moving at an excellent pace. For a week beginning on July 1st,advertisements were taken out in magazines, reviews appeared in newspapers around the world, and hundreds of posters went up on the London Underground featuring the smoking London skyline and the headline: And since Bin Ladin was killed, it was really a strange coincidence for me…. I took my boy into John Lewis once and it smelled just like that in the perfume section.


So of course how could I not feel for a woman who lost her son and husband to a senseless bombing, right?

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Published September 19th by Anchor first published I think you are a fabulous writer. The ending was abrupt and felt incomplete, however I know in my heart Little Bee with the help of Sarah and Charlie made it. Wow I don’t know what I was expecting but what I got wasn’t it. Cleaves, I was really let down. At least one major bookselling chain thinks not, as Waterstone’s announced that it was pulling all national advertising for Chris Cleave’s debut, which hypothesises the effect of an al-Qaida attack at Arsenal’s new stadium.

View all 26 comments. Best wishes from your newest fan. The characters in this book have more of their story to tell. No question, Little Bee is next on cleeave reading list. Just finished reading Incendiary and am disappointed to say the least.

But suddenly that quiet world falls spectacularly and totally apart. I think this surpasses The Other Hand but only perhaps because, being British, and living near London, it is closer to home.

Incendiary by Chris Cleave

How I loved little Bee and so wanted her to have a happy ever after, but that is not real life. Are you planning to write part two? February 21, Dear Chris, I am an ordinary bloke an expression that might be used in your fine country or origin living in Chicago who likes to read. Your stories are brilliant, and your writing is wonderful.

I adored the mother, the letter writer. Incendiary is a novel by British writer Chris Cleave. It’s cheap, just like having a really long letter as your format. Refresh and try again. I read Little Bee for my book club. It’s officially over for us. I found her to be a kind woman. And then I wake up this morning, and…. I read The Other Hand first, some time ago.


I absolutely feel in love with this book. I read quite a lot. Could u shed some light on that. Paperbackpages. I feel powerless to stop all the evil in this world so I go about my business daily trying to make a difference for my family and friends. I listened to the audiobook.

Courage is absurd, and admirable even when it lodges in desperation and madness. One would be surprised at how many people teeter on madness when they really let themselves feel terrorism. It would be fascinating to really pick your brain about how and why you write these stories.

Please hurry and write another! If readers can’t handle books like these they should stick to Young Adult, romance, or Chick Lit. The reader is a fly-on-the-wall and can choose to connect with the narrator — or not. For me Incendiary is none of those things.

Hi Chris and NicolaI am also in the middle of Incendiary. How could he disregard his own children. This book is really wonderful.

I am an English major with hopes of teaching modern literature one day.