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Initial post: 18 Jan 2008 21:14:29 GMT
Until I saw this in the library and read it I did not even know that Stephen fry had written any non-fiction and for the first fifty or so pages I thought I understood why. It was heavy going until it sprung into life and the story got a grip of itself and me , the reader.After that getting to the end , about page 420 , was a pity as I did not want the book to end but I also got the feeling that the author could not wait for it to end. I must now read all of his books. Anyone else as surprised as I was?
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The Stars' Tennis Balls by Stephen Fry (Paperback - 28 Sept. 2000)
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