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When you finish a novel 2 months 6 days ago #3512407

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If I’ve enjoyed a novel I look for the same author .
In fact I keep an alphabetical list notebook of them and now have a good selection to choose from
Some authors I’ve read every one of, Gerald Seymour for instance .Always a satisfying read for men .

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When you finish a novel 1 month 3 days ago #3527367

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When I finish a novel I miss the characters and the places where the story is happening. I like reading books about France in World War II. I have enjoyed novels by Fiona Valpy .

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When you finish a novel 3 weeks 6 days ago #3529690

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Taurean wrote: If I’ve enjoyed a novel I look for the same author .
In fact I keep an alphabetical list notebook of them and now have a good selection to choose from
Some authors I’ve read every one of, Gerald Seymour for instance .Always a satisfying read for men .


Ahhhhhhhhhhh an organized reader! I've never heard of Gerald Seymour. What kind of books does he write?

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When you finish a novel 3 weeks 6 days ago #3529691

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Aida wrote: When I finish a novel I miss the characters and the places where the story is happening. I like reading books about France in World War II. I have enjoyed novels by Fiona Valpy .


I know the feeling. Sometimes, I just don't want to leave the world of the novel..... Will look for Fiona Valpy.

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