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Fourth and last of Wolfe's brilliant novels.
on 1 April 2000
This is the fourth, and last, of Wolfe's novels - which together make up a chronological account of his own life, although all under pseudonyms. They were the only novels he ever wrote, and are all an utter delight to read. They can all be read separately, they don't really work as a series in the proper sense of the word - but once you get hooked on Wolfe, you'll want to read them all. "You Can't go Home Again" is his best, in my opinion, and consists of several anecdotes, or short stories, which together make up a beautifully written, heart-achingly fine novel. This is the kind of stuff to make you want to run out on the street and tell people you love them. Passionately recommended.