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When Matthew saw her face, he thought: he's told her something, and wondered
what it was. "Let's unpack," said Mi, and climbed the steps. At the top, as Matthew
rose beside her, she turned and looked back into the yard and along the drive.
And yet, by some miracle, he's at his desk every morning and performs his duties,
so I'm told, quite well. Neither perfect nor dreadful, in terms of competence — in
terms of demeanour. Certainly not God's gift — but not the devil's, either, the way
"Hello." "Hello." Sue Anne turned back to Graeme. He was noodling. Chords. No
melody. Sue Anne said to Mi: "I told you, didn't I, that I'd met someone?" "Yes. You
told me." "Well, this is him. Mister Maestro!" She was beaming — still the child.
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Timothy Findley blew me away with his skill of story telling when I read The Last of the Crazy People last year. He did not disappoint me with this one. The story starts out in our time period as a ... Consulter l'avis complet
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absolutely amazing. heartbreaking, beautiful, sublime. more complete review to come. Consulter l'avis complet
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