The 23rd June

The 23rd June

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1,961 words (≈ 8 minutes)

The Queensland sun does things to people. Everybody is tanned, relaxed and wants to talk. That’s alright with me. I am a waiter in a busy tourist restaurant and it’s my job to listen. People want me to know the most amazing, the weirdest and sometimes very private things when they are on holidays. Monday nights are the quietest nights and listening helps pass the time. If my diners look like cheapskates, I look at my watch a few times. They get the hint. I can… (more)

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KurtUlmer (30 books)
Tue, 12 Jul 2011 09:43:27 +0200

Review by: Therese Bryant
This style of writing makes me feel that I am there in the moment listening to the story of the lives of Helen and David, while enjoying the restaurant menu! How exciting that history is repeating itself.

I loved the style of writing in that there was the introduction then a gap in spacing which allowed the reader to capture the love story of the main characters.

Book Details  

Language: English

Written in: 2011

Published: 2011-06-14

Word count: 1,961 words (≈ 8 minutes)

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