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Old 09-07-2009, 02:54 AM   #37
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The secret with Follet, Rutherfurd and -- the first in the genre -- Michener, I think, is that, although the page count is usually heavy, what you actually have is a collection of short stories in bite sized chunks, developing very human, interwoven fictional histories against a fact-based backdrop. Masterful jobbing authors are these chaps. Neil
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