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The Silent Gondoliers by William Goldman
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May 19, 2011

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bookshelves: fiction, humor
Recommended for: lovers of the princess bride,out of the ordinary,good oral tradition stories
Read from June 29 to July 01, 2012

The Silent Gondoliers is the story of Luigi who always dreamed of singing with his whole lungs, his whole heart and his whole soul on the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy as he rowed his gondola. He is an expert gondolier, but his singing has made people lose consciousness. This was a cute book. Not as good as The Princess Bride by any means. However, it is a funny and quick read, only 110 pages and a good number of them are great illustrations.

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