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“It is apparently one of the most recognizably "novel-like" things a writer might attempt these days.”
“In a novel-like stretch of imagination, he portrays how real-life billionaires could help preserve the world's economic systems and ecology.”
“Mr. Kendall is a careful writer, and a gifted storyteller, with a talent for turning what could easily have been a plodding biography into an engaging, almost novel-like read.”
“This is followed by a quote from "Heike Monogatari," the novel-like medieval Japanese chronicle.”
“I could not possibly have read Robb's novel-like opening chapter, about the young Napoleon's first arrival in Paris and his encounter with a prostitute, without turning the page immediately to see where Robb would take me next.”
“But it's far more likely that the next Tolstoy would write 2011-style -- short, bold, sincere -- even though some of the material might still be novel-like.”
“And additionally, if any Fast and the Furious film is ever "novel-like, authentic or challenging to the characters," I will swallow my own head.”
“Excited about the sexy locations the filming of this saga would take us…this novel-like story, that has twists and unexpected turns that is authentic, truthful and challenging to the characters.”
“The only trouble comes when I get involved in some novel-like game where I am the protagonist and I die.”
“The spy novel-like slaying, complete with faked passports and assassins in disguise, is widely believed to be the work of Israeli secret agents.”
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