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Old 10-10-2020, 03:40 PM   #16
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Well, it looks as if we have an England v England v England brawl for the run-off! Interestingly though each of the three are from distinctly different generations and all seem very different books. I had one left of these three to read a preview of so now with that complete I'm going to vote right away to make sure I get my votes in on time this time!

-1 to Quartet in Autumn
-1 to Under the Greenwood Tree

All three look very enjoyable to me and I won't mind if I'm outvoted either. I think I may slightly prefer the Pym because I've never read her while I've read both Hardy and Wodehouse before, and I really liked the Quartet preview. Deciding between the other two for my final vote, I like the idea of something light and funny in the Wodehouse and like with the Pym the topic is related right in the title, but it's been a good while since I've read Hardy and really loved his writing so that's what tipped the scale.
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