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  • Couldn't wait to finish

    I kept hoping it would get better, but it didn't. If this is rated higher than a one star, am I missing something?

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  • Diverse and cleverly funny

    I loved that each character had a depth and reality to them that is not often seen in fiction, wherein we get a sense of what makes them all tick and what makes them human. The story itself was very funny and clever and I thoroughly enjoyed each page.

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  • Great read

    I'm so pleased I got this book. An easy book to read but so well written. Nick Hornby captures the voice of the late sixties and the development of comedy in television, a burgeoning art form at the time.

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  • Waffle

    I really struggled with this one. I felt the story was weak and relied heavily on the conversation between the characters. Im not a giver upper and saw it through on the strength of the authors previous books. Had Funny Girl been his first book, Nick Hornby would not have been published again

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  • Funny Girl

    It is a nice book, but superficial. Sometimes you smile, but you never get really involved in the characters. In contrast to 'Juliet, naked' I did not feel connected to the main characters. I am afraid that the book is also somewhat outdated.....So: entertaining, that would be the word to describe Funny Girf.

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