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Bookslut I thought it was great. I've read almost all of the Pulitzers, and this is one of my favorites. Different strokes for different folks, I guess.…moreI thought it was great. I've read almost all of the Pulitzers, and this is one of my favorites. Different strokes for different folks, I guess. (less)
Gabrielle I think so! It's very entertaining, with interesting, quirky characters and a bit of a mystery at the heart of the plot. It tackles big questions…moreI think so! It's very entertaining, with interesting, quirky characters and a bit of a mystery at the heart of the plot. It tackles big questions about aging and love, but does so with a light, humorous hand. It's beautifully written, and hopelessly romantic (in the best way), and so warm-hearted it makes you want to literally curl up with it!(less)
Steven Dorsey Much of what one purchases in Europe (and other places) will have Value Added Tax (VAT) added to it, often at a rate of 9-10% of purchase price. If…moreMuch of what one purchases in Europe (and other places) will have Value Added Tax (VAT) added to it, often at a rate of 9-10% of purchase price. If you are American, the European Union allows you to get this VAT reimbursed, as it is only collected from EU country citizens. As Less finds, the process is not at all convenient, and likely intentionally so. Countries of the EU likely make millions in unclaimed VAT reimbursements every year.(less)
Kristin Selnes I sort of agree with you. I expected more because I have always loved the Pulitzer books. But it could be because it was different from previous…moreI sort of agree with you. I expected more because I have always loved the Pulitzer books. But it could be because it was different from previous winners and the "difference" did not attract me.(less)
Sandra Massry I Belive that it is written as it is because there is love and benevolence in the narrator, we see Less as he sees him because he is telling the story…moreI Belive that it is written as it is because there is love and benevolence in the narrator, we see Less as he sees him because he is telling the story and there is clearly some love going on. (less)

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