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PostPosted: Wed Jul 15, 2009 12:56 pm 
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agreed. i'm a big fan of short novels, that isn't to say i don't like longer novels but when i tried to set down a few of my favourite novels i found a lot of them were what we would call 'short' novels; 'i am legend' matheson, 'death of grass', 'world in winter' and 'a wrinkle in the skin' john christopher.


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benedictjjones wrote:
agreed. i'm a big fan of short novels, that isn't to say i don't like longer novels but when i tried to set down a few of my favourite novels i found a lot of them were what we would call 'short' novels; 'i am legend' matheson, 'death of grass', 'world in winter' and 'a wrinkle in the skin' john christopher.


I'm a huge fan of the novelette -- a truly dying artform -- but now that digital stories are the wave, I've been pounding at them again and reading them just the same.

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was thinking about this last night while staring at all the short novels and then my eyes fell on my james clavell novels... which proves it isn't length it's story that really makes a book!


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^ The death of the story is his fault!

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what me! or mr clavell?? :shock:


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