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A sticky chocolate box of imagery,
This review is from: Keeley Hazell X Rated A3 Calendar 2008 (Calendar)
When I sat down to read Keeley's new calendar, let's just say that I had certain expectations. After all, Ms Hazell is known for her delicate treatment of plot and character, even if her dialogue doesn't always snap and fizz like, say, Mailer or Rushdie. But I was pleasantly surprised.
From start to finish and top to bottom, Keeley's work is a bountiful bouncy castle of ballooning bonhomie, serving up moist tidbits of reading pleasure. I have to confess that I felt both exhausted and spent when I was finished with it.
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Initial post: 26 Nov 2007, 16:11:23 GMT
Last edited by the author on 26 Nov 2007, 16:14:24 GMT
A Reader says:
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Dec 2007, 14:36:52 GMT
S. Duffin says:
Think that was meant ironically, doof
Posted on 6 Dec 2007, 14:59:29 GMT
Last edited by the author on 6 Dec 2007, 15:04:31 GMT
The Fault says:
Found your review rather humourous. Just one question.... who are Mailer or Rushdie
In reply to an earlier post on 11 Dec 2007, 17:54:42 GMT
Ted Nalbantian says:
LOL @ 'A reader'
Someone seriously needs to have some sarcasm detectors fitted.
In reply to an earlier post on 17 Dec 2007, 12:19:02 GMT
R. J. Hobson says:
Well, you are on Amazon. Look them up: they're both brilliant novelists.
Posted on 3 Mar 2008, 07:17:59 GMT
There might be a good sarcasm detector on sale too....
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