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October 10, 2007

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stray

Couldn't agree more! Really good review - you managed to get to the crux of the story so cleanly there.

I cried all the way through this book, openly sobbed on the tube and the train, couldn't stop telling people about it. There are plenty of reviews on the UK amazon site, and I'm hoping that the paperback will reach people, because it's such a powerful story. I'm glad you've found Jude too.

Sx

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