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Hi. I am truly sorry that you didn't enjoy my debut novel "The Last Sunset" as much as I would have liked. Thank you, however, for taking the time to read and review the book.
I have given myself a damn good rollicking, and will try to ensure my next effort is of a much higher quality.
Thank you.
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Yes that is true but I still find that the novel stayed with me and made me recommend it to others. I thought that in the end Changez killed the American in a pre-emptive strike and that he represents the allegorical concept that America turned in this bright student into a pawn for corporate America. Only the event of 9/11 made him realizewhat he was becoming. This is not a comfortable read but one worth knowing. Thanks for your review,
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