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The Buddha of Brewer Street (Thomas Goodfellowe #2) Backbench MP Tom Goodfellowe Is Caught Up In The Search For The New Dalai Lama In This Highly Original And Compelling Thriller From The Author Of GOODFELLOWE MP And HOUSE OF CARDS Now Reissued In New Cover Style.Tom Goodfellowe Is The Unlikeliest Of Political Heroes An MP Whose Career Has Already Been Consigned To The Scrapheap Of History, With A Private Life That Staggers Between Confusion And Chaos And It S All About To Get Worse.A New Dalai Lama Is Born The Infant God King Of Tibet And Around The Child Explodes An International Conspiracy That Will Carve A Trail Of Death From The Slopes Of Mount Everest Right To The Heart Of London S Chinatown.Goodfellowe Becomes Drawn Into A Murderous Race Against Time And Against Sinister Sources Within His Own Government On The Outcome Will Hang The Fate Of One Of The World S Great Religions And Goodfellowe S Turbulent Personal Life Because Someone, Someone Very Close, Is Betraying Him At Every Turn.


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10 thoughts on “The Buddha of Brewer Street (Thomas Goodfellowe #2)

  1. says:

    The most improbable aspect of this book is that we, as readers, are supposed to believe that someone as hapless, altruistic and honest could possibly be a member of parliament If you can manage to susp...


  2. says:

    Not as pacy as other novels by Dobbs, and the torture scenes a bit too graphic for me, but an unusual mix of Westminster sculduggery and a spotlight on the oppression suffered by Tibet from the Chinese government Thomas Goodfellowe ...


  3. says:

    Originally published on my blog here in November 1998.The Buddha of Brewer Street is the second of Michael Dobbs new series about politics, featuring Thomas Goodfellowe, MP whose name formed the title of the first book Clearly disenchanted with the biting satire of his first political series, the House of Cards trilogy, Dobbs has embarked on something far gentler in that respe


  4. says:

    I have to agree with some of the other reviews for this as the beginning was a little slow But, despite the pace, I somehow was getting lost quite a bit Dobbs jumps between the different characters and is a little ambiguous for a while so you wonder who you are with right at that moment and it turns out you are in the Himalayas, and then next you are in Chinatown in London However, o


  5. says:

    This poor book has lingered a long time in the I am reading this status I often havethan one book being read at a given time, and this one had to take a back seat to a few that needed to be read in atimely fashion But, despite the lag time from first picking the book up, till finishing it just now, the story ...


  6. says:

    I was very disappointed by this second volume in the chronicles of Thomas Goodfellowe MP Its predecessor, simply called Goodfellowe MP was very entertaining and offered a salacious insight into the life of a former minister, now consigned to the back benches and struggling to adjust to his reduced status.This volume was far less assured and rev...


  7. says:

    I went in expecting a classic normal page turning semi mystery adventure bool That s what ya get Pretty fun book I m glad it didn t overplay any aspect of romantic parts and left most of that away from the main character I wish that movies could havestory telling being them and less just in your face action This one was good,the thinking and characters and development Less of an in your face action stuff


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This author came highly recommended but I cannot say I enjoyed this book About 50 pages in there was a very graphic torture scene that come...


  9. says:

    I quite enjoyed this book I wish I could find other books by this Michael Dobbs in the States It is odd that his books are not readily available here He wrote the books upon which the popular House of Cards series is based.


  10. says:

    More political skulduggery, complicated family and sex life as once again Goodfellowe battles the odds trying to please everyone A cracking good yarn said the Sunday Express which just about sums it up Dobbs never disappoints


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