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by - written on 19/01/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Summer School is the latest novel by Domenica de Rosa and is set in Tuscany, Italy. The Plot Patricia Wilson owns a beautiful 13th century Castillo from which she runs a variety of courses that barely cover the huge running costs. The book is set during a writing course which runs for two weeks during the summer. The seven guests who sign up for the course all arrive with high expectations, novels in varying degrees of completion and of course enough baggage to turn the novel from the mundane to the engrossing and interesting My opinion This isn't the type of novel that I would usually read, but the title intrigued me enough to ... Read the complete review
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