|Country of the blind|
|Genre:||Mystery & Thrillers|
Christopher Brookmyre writes with realism which includes lots of real life profanities and Scottish country mispronunciations and dialectical quirks thrown in. You’ll have to figure out the meaning of some of those jargons to make sense of the plot. There are also familiar political phrases such as “spin-doctoring” and the likes being used. What irks me about the writing style are the meandering descriptions of unnecessary details outlining the thinking processes of some of the characters.
Overall, this is a fairly good tale of political intrigues which seems all too familiar in this day and age.