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I enjoyed ''All You Need Is Love'' for what it is; a chirpy, happy, easy read; undemanding on your time and just a bit of good fun. If you are not in the mood for a literary challenge and 100 Years Of Solitude feels too much like an afternoon in the Glastonbury mud, then give Carole Matthews a go as it would make a great beach read. In a similar vein, you may wish to cast your eye over [[It's A Kind of Magic by Carole Matthews|It's A Kind Of Magic]] also by Matthews, or perhaps you would like to give writing duo Emlyn Rees and Josie Lloyd the benefit of your book allowance and try [[The Three Day Rule by Emlyn Rees and Josie Lloyd|The Three Day Rule]]. Lastly, and one I heartily recommend for it's both quite clever and deliciously silly at the same time is [[Notting Hell by Rachel Johnson|Notting Hell]] rather ably penned by old Boris's sister, Rachel.
As ever, many thanks indeed to the guys and gals over at Headline for sending the Bookbag this copy for review. We also have a review of Matthews' [[That Loving Feeling by Carole Matthews|That Loving Feeling]].

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