[Play to the End Free] Epub By Robert Goddard


  • Paperback
  • 368
  • Play to the End
  • Robert Goddard
  • English
  • 01 September 2017
  • 9780385339186

10 thoughts on “Play to the End

  1. says:

    Much of the plot was frustrating and tedious I understand there wouldn't be much of a book if the characters called the police instead of doing their own investigation but I really wished they'd had better reasons for not doing so Near the end I got so angry with the stupid stuff the main character did I could barely stand it but hung in hoping it would somehow be explained so it all made sense It was not uit

  2. says:

    If this book were a matinee performance at the local theater I’d probably pay the ticket price for it to while away an agreeable couple of ho

  3. says:

    Setting Brighton UK; 2002 When actor Toby Flood arrives in Brighton for the last week of the touring production of the Joe Orton play in which he plays a leading role he is approached by his estranged wife for help regarding a man who she belie

  4. says:

    A typical Goddard novel with the past influencing the present Set in Brighton which I know so that was a bonus Written in the form of a transcription of an audio diary The main character Toby Flood comes across as likeable but not much of a 'luvvie' The best character is Sydney Porteous a 'hail fellow well met' kind of guy I could imagine him so clearly However I am not happy as a retired solicitor with the author's take on the

  5. says:

    I think someone else has said that heshe was wondering why the main characters don't just call the police instead of trying to play Miss Marples Valid uestion the idea that Toby wants to win back his wife so much that he wants to do what a man's gotta do is a bit thin He's a fading actor not an action heroAnyway the plot is clever relying a little too much on Flood reacting predictably to follow clues set by

  6. says:

    Number 16 in my anal Robert Goddard novel reading uestThis one's a good one Unlike the previous two it doesn't go far afield at the end to explain what has been happening either geographically or plot wiseA common characteristic of a Robert Goddard novel is that you don't know what's happening but the layers of the plot onion are slowly peeled away and then you think that you know what happened or a little of

  7. says:

    Robert Goddard certainly knows how to get a tiger by the tail In typical Goddard style play to the end starts innocuously enough with a story that seems likely to be exceedingly boring and a lead character who is

  8. says:

    This is my first Robert Goddard novel but it certainly will not be my last This story is wonderfully plotted fluid and intelligent Duplicity and intrigue are the order of the day and will keep you reading Unlike most mysterysuspense novels Mr Goddard's manipulations and story telling expertise do not telegraph

  9. says:

    Very simple plot but well written Moves fast Lively first person voice and an enjoyable main character Silly ending but OK Many of these thrillers don't end well

  10. says:

    Another story where the plot is completely driven by brain dead decisions by the protagonist

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Play to the End

Once Toby Flood played a Bond like hero in a Hollywood film Now he’s serving a sentence in a crippled traveling production of a newly unearthed Joe Orton play a play that might have saved Toby’s career if only someone enjoyed watching it Painfully the show’s swan song is coming in Brighton where Toby’s wife happens to be living happi. Much of the plot was frustrating and tedious I understand there wouldn t be much of a book if the characters called the police instead of doing their own investigation but I really wished they d had better reasons for not doing so Near the end I got so angry with the stupid stuff the main character did I could barely stand it but hung in hoping it would somehow be explained so it all made sense It was not uite a bummer this one

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Ly with another man in anticipation of a divorce decree Then almost as if he were scripted a stranger enters the sceneA stalker is frightening Toby’s wife Jenny who believes the man is probably one of her estranged husband’s fans When Jenny asks Toby to confront the man Toby leaps at the chance Soon he’s moonlighting from the stage lig. Number 16 in my anal Robert Goddard novel reading uestThis one s a good one Unlike the previous two it doesn t go far afield at the end to explain what has been happening either geographically or plot wiseA common characteristic of a Robert Goddard novel is that you don t know what s happening but the layers of the plot onion are slowly peeled away and then you think that you know what happened or a little of it but then sudden clever twist for which Goddard is famous and no you don t This one certainly fits that mold and is cast pun intended in a different situation the protagonist is a stage actorRecommended but then I haven t read one of his yet that I wouldn t recommend

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Hts and heroically pursuing something The truth is the Toby finds out about Jenny’s stalker the uestions he has about a twisting tale of unexplained deaths interlocking lives and the violent greedy adventures of none other than Jenny’s wealthy fiancé a man who might make the perfect villain if only the hero lives long enough to prove it. Very simple plot but well written Moves fast Lively first person voice and an enjoyable main character Silly ending but OK Many of these thrillers don t end well


About the Author: Robert Goddard

In a writing career spanning than twenty years Robert Goddard's novels have been described in many different ways mystery thriller crime even historical romance He is the master of the plot twist a compelling and engrossing storyteller and one of the best known advocates for the traditional virtues of pace plot and narrative drive