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May 15, 2007


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WOW! What an interesting way to write a book! I'm going to have to pass this along.


A modern-day epistolary novel! I'm curious is the book is available in English?

margaret Layton

SO the text message is a new form of poetry.
it is the language of Shakespeare today.
Hopefully it will be heard and read far and wide. Sounds like the author has something to say in his escape mode. Even if he thought no one would hear it, they have.
loud and clear.

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