Thursday, 22 May 2014

Book Review: Thomas M. Disch - The Prisoner

(Penguin Books)
This is a sort of sequel to the original series which sees the title character returned to the village. At least that's what I gathered from the Wiki page write-up of the books. When you read though it features many instances of repeated storylines from the TV show; indeed there is a section where #6 finds film of his previous time there.

Truthfully, even though it started off well enough it soon degenerated into a bit of a mess and ended as a real disappointment.
(www.penguin.co.uk)

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