3 Responses to The Man I Think I Know

  1. AndyBSG says:

    Gayle’s Best Book To Date… Genuinely Moving. I’ve been a fan of Mike Gayle’s ever since I picked up Turning Thirty on a whim. That book, although I wouldn’t say it’s a literary masterpiece, really resonated with me because it was pretty much a mirror image of my life at the time.Since then i’ve read every book he’s published and they have all been of a very consistent quality.This one however has probably been his best and it really is a tale that is bittersweet and uplifting at the same time.Danny and…

  2. Katharine Kirby says:

    Rehab required – friendship to the rescue I absolutely loved this. I read it straight through in a few hours, I was in danger of getting a dvt from being still so long. It was like binge watching a favourite show, just had to see how it worked out for Danny, James, and the other good people in this book. I am in my sixties, and my daughter, in her forties, tells me she has read all Mike Gayle’s books, has always followed his career with interest. So we are proof that this will appeal to two generations, plus I see it as a ‘young adult’…

  3. Lumpster says:

    Loved it! I’ve been a fan of Mike Gayle’s books for years and have found them to be great holiday reads. His latest book arrived and with the recent rubbish weather, it gave me a perfect excuse to switch off the TV, put down the iPad and read a book for the first time in a while. And this latest title certainly didn’t disappoint – so much so that I read it all in one c4hr helping without once moving from my chair.The chapters alternate between the stories of 2 characters, James and Danny, who…