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For once, the professional reviewers have this book dead to rights. Moving, poignant, uplifting, heart-breaking, with wonderfully descriptive accounts of England and it's inhabitants, this is a magnificent book. Twice it moved me to tears. I was in the works canteen on both occasions, which was a little embarrassing, but, following Harold's philosophy, who cares?
I finished reading this book yesterday evening, and afterwards made sure I gave my wife of 36 years and my 25 year old son an extra big good-night hug and kiss. Read it, you must.
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Initial post: 7 Jun 2014 14:29:00 BDT
Mrs B says:
Alan, I love you for loving this book. I also was moved to tears sat on a plane, coming home from holiday, much to my husband's concern. I have just finished re-reading it again after losing a dear friend to cancer, no tears this time but re-opened my eyes to all the beauty in life.
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Jun 2014 14:36:54 BDT
Alan J. Crowley says:
Thank you for your kind words. Another book which really moved me was Life after Life. I would really recommend it.
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