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A damn fine read

Postby JeffreyLee » Sun Aug 16, 2009 12:27 am

Hi everybody, just wanted to introduce myself and tell you that of all the books I've read Blue Horizon is by far one of the best ever. I know I'm a huge Mark Twain fan but Mr. Smith has got the corner on the big sweeping epic novels. So any way I';m Jeff from the U.S. I'm an electrician and hope to talk to other fans or god forbid Mr. Smith himself. good day
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Re: A damn fine read

Postby Nefer » Wed Aug 19, 2009 9:34 pm

Hey and welcome Jeff! Looking forward to your thoughts on the books :)
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Re: A damn fine read

Postby tedd » Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:59 pm

Hi Jeff - it's good to see some new members who have just caught up with Wilbur Smith's books. There has been a downturn in interest since the appearance of his last book (Assegai) and very little communication from even the long-standing members. So to hear from someone who is a new starter with plenty of his books to catch up on is quite a treat and may breathe some new life into the forum. All the best tedd
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