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It was well written and nicely paced, and has some very funny sequences.
Lady finds the music somewhat compelling, but is unfulfilled with the relationship with her boyfriend and finds his obsession difficult to stomach.
I just want more people to read this story and understand the gift that Nick Hornby has in his writing.
I have seen the movies made from his books (and have not been impressed) but for a bookclub I HAD to read this book so I borroed the audiobook and I could not stop! Read morePublished 1 month ago by GoddessMomma
If you read reviews at all (you probably don't because you're much more healthy than me and anyone else out there writing for the masses), please trust my... Read more
If you love rock music and have a special connection with a certain album, and that record makes you think of particular break ups, then you'll get the characters in this book very... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Uncle Pink
Found it a bit boring, maybe I'm couldn't relate to the characters as other reviewers said. I was still intrigued by the story but the ending was predictable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Laura Plenzik
It's an above average book overall. It'll probably turn into a movie soon - once they agree on the musical score. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kindle fan
I don't usually get into "women's" literature but my girlfriend and I both enjoyed this novel very much. The love triangle is believable. The characters are interesting and real. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Thomas D. Kehoe
This is not the best book Hornby has written, but it's still a Hornby story, so it's very good. Great conceptPublished 7 months ago by kid Katz
Love it, typical Nick Hornby flowing story. He is always good where music and musicians are concerned, and I reckon he has relationships just right too.Published 7 months ago by SusanMc
Nick Hornby (High Fidelity, About a Boy) is a great writer, and I enjoyed this book. Hornby lets us get deep into the character's head, similar to the way Stephen King does, and I... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sean Murphy