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May 18, 2010

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David Lodge is one of those authors I keep wanting to read but haven't gotten around to. I don't think I'd ever even heard of him until a couple of years ago, but all his books sound so good. Luckily, my library has a nice selection.

I must re-read the McEwan, I read it so long ago I can barely remember it. I love David Lodge too, and hadn't heard of the first one you write about - one to look out for I think.

I have read all of David Lodge, but not that McEwan so am intrigued to have a look at that. Really love DavidLodge.

I have to admit I have never read any David Lodge and feel like I should have. Hmmm a puzzle, maybe an author to visit when I am back buying books again.

I think The Innocent is a brilliant McEwan, a small book with a dark centre which he is always so good at.

Thank you for all your comments. Once you do start David Lodge, Simon and Teresa, I'm sure you'll find you can't get enough.

Verity - if you like McEwan I'm sure you;ll like The Innocent. It is McEwan on fine form and I don't know why it is not better known.

Annabel - glad we share a David Lodge taste too. I am really going to get round to reviewing Let The Right One In, that you put me onto, soon!

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