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Subject: Can't wait to read more.

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Date Posted: Mon, Nov 17 2008, 17:12:02 GMT

Like most (all?) others on this forum, I absolutely fell in love with this book. It was pure serendipity that I found it. At the time, I had just finished reading At Swim-Two-Birds, and was reading The Third Policeman. However, on this particular day I had left it at home, and needing something to read while waiting for my tires to be replaced, I popped into the book store. I was just browsing around when I happened to see the title of this book. How could I not at least pick it up? I'm so glad I did. What a moving, enthralling work of art.

Thank you, Mr. O'Neill.

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