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(Santa Barbara #1)

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ODTAA is an adventure novel first published in February 1926. Its title stands for One Damn Thing After Another.

It opens with establishing narrative describing the fictional South American nation of Santa Barbara which "lies far to leeward of the Sugar States, is at the angle of the continent, with two coasts, one facing to the north, the other east. The city of Santa Bar
Hardcover, UK 1st Edition
Published 1926 by Heinemann
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Stephen Hayes
Jul 08, 2019 rated it did not like it
I actually read this book twice, even though I thought it was one of the worst books I had ever read.

I read it the second time just to see if it was as bad as I thought it the first time, and it was. The blurb made it sound interesting, but it simply did not live up to the blurb. There are a few books i have read that have been unbelievably bad -- so bad that i could not believe they were as bad as I thought they were, and I've read two of them twice because I didn't think they could really be
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