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Re: I must have laughed and cried a thousand times... -- Message from Gary Robinson

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LME2012 wrote: 09 May 2018, 16:36 I will definitely be reading this book sometime in the near future. I absolutely love reading books that not only make me laugh, cry and get goosebumps, but also have so much truth to trials and tribulations that everyone sometime in their lives encounter. I myself was considering writing a book that’s half fiction and half nonfiction. Most of the nonfiction are the dreams I have at night and the fiction is what all I have been through in my life and still managed to stand strong and push past my bad decisions I’ve made during my life.
I too like the idea of his book which is half fiction and half non-fiction
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The subject taken up in the book, about the people working in the circus and their lifestyle intrigues me. They seem to be having another world of their own, They are often detached from the rest of the world.
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With this note, its nice to see what the author thinks of his work and what its like while writing. It gives the book even more meaning and makes it more interesting!
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Well I haven't read your book yet, but I think it really sounds interesting. It's crystal clear how dear this work is to you and how much effort you've put in it. I totally appreciate it.
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Post by Rabiul_tanmoy250 »

Thanks a lot for your letter. Just an amazing title. I had read your book Sword Swallower, that was fantastic.
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The letter alone made my interest for the book even more
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Great thoughts and thank you for sharing. It is an interesting book to read as well.
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I didn't know there was such a heartwarming back story behind the book. Thanks for the enlightening letter. Addiction have, sadly, taken over the helm of many people's lives. I hope there is a message for all them in the book.
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The point I got is how to turn heartly assumption in written idea.thanks to show us how to come out of our situation.
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Hey Gary,

Reading your letter was very heartwarming and emotional. I'm glad that things turned out perfectly for you. The best part is that you discovered something so incredible during your dark days. 'The Sword Swallower' seems so intriguing, and I will definitely read your book soon.
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“What a mess. I just want to sit him down and talk some sense into him!” This was me while reading the book.

I found it hard to believe that two men, hired to clean a museum, ended up bringing in their friends, throwing a party, and even barbecuing a mammoth.

Nevertheless, this is a book I genuinely enjoyed. I love the character development, especially of Duke.
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I read this captivating book. While rooting for these guys, I laughed, teared up, and sometimes shook my head in disapproval. It was a memorable read that I want to revisit one day soon. :techie-reference:
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