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A follow-up to High Fidelity, British writer Hornby's superb 1996 novel about pop-music obsession, About A Boy (the film rights to which have reportedly been sold for $3 million) is an acerbic, emotionally richer yet no less funny tale.Read Full Review of ABOUT A BOY.
Touching and funny, Hornby's book is a great read.Read Full Review of ABOUT A BOY.
This is an easy book to start reading and a hard one to stop – which surely must be the best kind of books. The plot is full of clever little bits that you need to read for yourself, so I won’t give them away now.Read Full Review of ABOUT A BOY.
I find Nick Hornby's style very accessible, it flows easily, one is drawn into the story at once, it has entertainment value but is also profound.Read Full Review of ABOUT A BOY.
The true way to find a good writer is by the way they use the tool of characterization and Nick Hornby is one that has proved that if mastered, it can be a beautiful thing.Read Full Review of ABOUT A BOY.
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