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When I began reading Gabriella, I immediately decided to take out a piece of scrap paper and write out the multitude of thoughts that came to mind - quirky, shocking, awe, satire, politically incorrect, daring, extreme, intriguing and many more. Over the course of the novel, I came to appreciate the witty, skillful writing and cunning play on this class-war love story.

Falling in love, during a cricket match - who would've thought it? And in the manner that Alan Hardy describes. I must say that I am impressed with his writing styles and the layout of this short novel. It takes a very special kind of storyteller to present a potentially offensive piece in such an artistic manner. Granted, there were times I felt myself blush; however, the symbolism was apparent throughout the novel. In fact, I looked forward to the layering of characters and events during the match. Wonderful piece, Mr. Hardy! ( )
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