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Too Much is never enough.

I love a man with a sense of humor. Much gripped my interest from the very beginning and held it to the end. I think he (along with Cecily) is one of the best developed characters of the book (which is not to say that I wouldn't like to hear more about him), and he is also one of the few characters not too wrapped up in his own self-doubts to enjoy the romance of their situation. If there was ever a movie version made of this book, I think that Michael Hurst (Iolaus in "The Legendary Adventures of Hercules) would be the perfect choice for Much.

From: Christine J. Smith
Tuesday, February 04, 1997 at 15:50:48 (EST)