The Best of Adam Sharp reviewed by Pat

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Graeme Simsion’s new novel is certainly as good, if not better, than his best seller The Rosie Project.

Should Adam Sharp meet up again with a love he hasn’t seen or had contact with for more than twenty years? Is it safer just to ignore the attempts to contact him rather than put two marriages at risk, or would they just be friends catching up….

Adam’s father taught him to play piano, and the storyline incorporates many references to tracks that he relates to various relationships and periods in his life. This adds another dimension to the book, but its real strength lies in the development of the two main characters and the dilemma with which they are faced.

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