Read the ministry of bodies reviews, rating & opinions:Check all the ministry of bodies reviews below or publish your opinion.
100 Reviews Found
"Ministry of Fear" is set at the height of the German bombing of London in 1940. As often in amazing spy novels, an ordinary man is drawn into an espionage plot by random happenings and must use his wits to survive and unravel the mystery. In this case, the plot involves Nazi spies stealing British state secrets during the bombing and our ordinary man has a particulary checkered past. Amazing writing as always with Green. What didn't I like? The female lead fell in love with our character - which is the key plot turning point - much too quickly and inexplicably, and then the whole plot resolved itself too quickly in the end.
Graham Greene's "The Ministry Of Fear" is a gripping and brilliantly written novel. In short, it is one of the very best books I have read about London and the German Blitz of that town during Globe Battle 2. It is a thriller, a mystery, a psychological and sociological study of the effects of bombardment, night after night, and it all takes place, to a certain extent, in the mind of its main hero Arthur Rowe, who is suffering from amnesia, and by accident, gets caught up in a German spy ring working and stealing doents from the British e characters are so memorable and the plot so masterfully devised that this book is going to remain with me for a long time. 7jane, a goodread member, recommended this book to me and she also said that the book has remained with her long after she read it. It was a amazing e writing is very descriptive and intense and there is never a time in which you don't think that you are there during this not good time. Graham Greene is one of the amazing novelists of the 20th century and this book has been just another reminded of how amazing he really was.
A man with psychological issues and a troubled past stumbles into a spy network and becomes involved involuntarily with a Nazi Sot espionage ring. I was beautiful well hooked from the opening pages and sorry when it ended. The story takes put in war-torn London and depicts the horror of the German bombing. Greene paints colourful pictures of the London Blitz with movie-like precision. There’s a nice love story entwined, which I have fun in a amazing book. Like Foyle’s War, it highlights the irony and absurdity of looking for a murderer when thousands are dying every month. The plot thickens as it is revealed that the Nazis are heavily involved and playing a role along with British traitors who are ‘true believers’ in that form of Som and globe domination.
Graham Greene is a fascinating author with an awesome range in his portfolio of novels. He has created me laugh out loud in Journey without Maps, Travels with My Aunt, and Our Man in Havana. The Quiet American totally various as a story of love and intrigue in 1950’s Vietnam. A lot of of his novels several involve spies, including this one. This book needed my full attention. The plot is convoluted and slightly obscure as the reader stands in the shoes of Arthur Rowe who is unwittingly caught up in wartime espionage in London in the early days of WWII. He is confused and so are we at times. It all begins when Arthur wanders into a little fundraising fete and through a series of curious events, wins a cake. His life is never the same. The book is divided into several parts, including one where Arthur has lost his memory so things are even more foggy on both sides of the page. Arthur is dogged in his pursuit of the truth. Describing much of the plot would ruin the book for you, so I will leave it vague. Graham Greene is a master. That said, this book was not my favorite of his. It is definitely worth reading, but if you are fresh to him as an author, I would not begin here. Four Stars minus
Played it a ton on my old Droid Maxx and Nexus 7 2013. Force crashes on Droid Turbo when completing Google+ Signin. I did change over to Art runtime and I'm not sure if this is what is causing the problems. Next time I wipe, I'll be trying this under Dalvik runtime. Worked on my Maxx on Art. Really missing playing it!
If you grew up in a (formerly) English colony, as did I. You may also have grown up with Monty Python on the tele since childhood and this App/game is hilariously on point. Especially for fans like myself (who have no other android games on their phone), this can be appreciated and for the subtle humour throughout its interface. Real to the Python's. Cheerio! Jayce
For fans of the TV series like me, this is brilliant! One of the best time wasters ever! In terms of android game design it's beautiful primary (which is fine) and very minor flaws, but I love it. My only complaint is they wish too much private information if you sign in, particularly for a paid app. Charge me $5 and leave the privacy invasion out.
Fun small time sink. Sad that it seems to be abandoned. Also there is a bug for this android device version. If you use an Invincible power up, once it ends John's textures don't return to normal. The entire model is white until the run ends. A fresh run resets John's textures until an Invincible breaks them again. It's not android game breaking, just annoying. Everything else seems to function as intended.
I love it. I never play video android games so this is a fun first. The Monty Python theme plays, John Cleese tells you how badly you're doing ("You've allow the Queen down, bless her.") LOL Images of John Cleese as the Minister in varied scenes. Crisp graphic of London. Just so glad Mr Cleese is among us.
I LOVE Anything Month Python and am extremely happy that there is finally a android game especially a Flying Circus theme (silly walk) game!! The android game play is creative and fun. Thank you for bringing Python fans some quality time wasting shenanigans.. Please please please make more Python themed apps/games!!! - Bogus @#$%us
I haven't played the application yet, I'm here to comment on everything before playing the application and I have to say it's quite clever. I haven't seen someone doing humor so well since my High School days and well I haven't been my High School self for sometime...I don't know how to laugh at everything any more...sometimes I just stay in bed because the globe to too scary... Which is why it's a amazing thing I at least have this application to hold me company during moment of self depletion of humor. In fact, this is probably one of the most necessary purchases I've created this year. Thank you John Cleese, you may have save my life minutes, hours, days, or years from now. Time will tell.
Amazing game, but devs need to be more proactive on the maintenance of the app. It is not targeting the recent Android device API and if you revoke permissions like storage access some annoying bugs occurre. Bugs like missing textures on the person and entirely missing segments of the environment.
A delicious alternative to Temple Run and Subway Surfers, this small endless runner is simple to learn, hard to master, beautifully glitch-free and pairs the right amount of whimsy with appropriately clean graphics and gameplay. The 2.5D perspective helps it stand out and create the best of the material and genre, and the video test makes a meditative change from the typical split-second response playstyle of most runners to truly make fun for the whole family. The Pythons would be most proud.
Very entertaining! This gets suspenseful when John starts walking faster, and it's quite silly(yes) with the graphics and sound clips. Add some of Terry Gilliam's animation and other Pythonic characters. THEY NEED TO ADD CHECKPOINTS, because it always starts back from the beginning!
Really amazing fun, although it is the same course you do each time. The obstacles are not in the same put which is a amazing and poor thing. It adds variety, but also gives a randomness of difficulty. So if there was a put you got stuck latest time you can't go back and test again. Never tire of seeing the silly walk animation.
You would expect something more creative from a Monty Python based game, but it's just barely a passing grade. It's a running game: avoid obstacles & collect coins. Obtain more costumes & stuff with said money. Ho-hum. The in-game quips & references obtain tired quickly. The android game also tends to place obstacles when it's impossible to avoid them. Jump early to avoid an obstacle, only to have another appear without warning right in front of your character.
If you do now or have ever in the past or plan in the future to walk, this android game should inspire you to do so in the silliest manner possible. Although it now takes me until lunchtime to obtain to work, I have finally found purpose in my day. Whee!