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    Default Sam Llewellyn

    Any good? Has anybody read his books?

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    Default Re: Sam Llewellyn

    I have read a few and tend to enjoy them although it is a while ago now. They are not good books, if it weren't for the sailing aspect then I wouldn't have bothered, but I think the sailing aspect adds enough interest to make it worth while.

    Thinking about it now I don't feel particularly inclined to go back and re-read them as I would if they were good books.

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    Default Re: Sam Llewellyn

    Quote Originally Posted by Euphonyx View Post
    Any good? Has anybody read his books?
    Don't let your wife near him.

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    Default Re: Sam Llewellyn

    Quote Originally Posted by scotty123 View Post
    Don't let your wife near him.
    People say that about me. Totally unjustified. Disgraceful really.

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    Default Re: Sam Llewellyn

    Well,I'm quite fussy and I enjoyed them ! So much so I have read em all.

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    Default Re: Sam Llewellyn

    Quote Originally Posted by steve yates View Post
    Well,I'm quite fussy and I enjoyed them ! So much so I have read em all.
    Same... and in some cases more than once.. if given the choice I think his earlier ones are better... Blood Orange is a belter...
    Never knowingly undersailed...
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