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09/04/2011

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Florence

I loved this book too - wonderful. I went & saw the film last week too - I thought it was brilliant, although AH did seem miscast. Sorry for abbreviations & short comment - fiddly iPhone & sausage fingers. X

Kate @ M is for make

I was thinking about reading this purely because of all the awful film reviews saying how good the book was. Sometimes I like it when there isn't a happy ending, because life isn't always like that is it?

I really enjoyed Water for Elephants, thank you, perfect holiday reading.

Eleanor

I read One Day on holiday this year, really enjoyed it although it's not really my usual kind of thing. Hadn't put 2 and 2 together and connected it with the film - I don't think I'll go and see it as I think it would only spoil the book. Been trying to read a lot more books recently, it's just so easy to stick a DVD or tv on. Hope you're doing ok and everything is going well. Love and hugs to you and everyone, Eleanor

JuliaDBennett

I loved the book as well - less so the film (but probably only because I'd read the book!). I cried solidly for the last 50 pages or so which made me especially classy as I was on a bus to the airport at the time.

I have to say I'm with you at wanting a "happy ever after" at the end, but I've come to love it as it is for being so much closer to what would most likely happen instead of what I'd want to happen. Does that make sense?! Maybe it is because it's so easy to identify with Dexter and Emma, in a way.

Anyways, rambling! Have you seen the film yet?

Julia xx

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