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The Adventures of Goodnight and Loving by Leslie Thomas. When George Goodnight, a lawyer on the staff of a London newspaper, finds his. The Adventures of Goodnight & Loving has ratings and 15 reviews. MB ( What she read) said: It took me a little while to get into, but I ended up reall.
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Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. George Goodnight, a Fleet Street lawyer is bored. Mandy rated it it was ok Mar 04, It was a tremendous read with a few interesting sub plots and rattled along at a great pace with plenty of humour along the way.. You've got to read this! English View all editions and formats Rating: A real page-turner from a popular British author The Virgin Soldiers , this episodic globe-hopping picaresque saga is also a serious, first-class novel.
His first book, This Time Next Week: The Autobiography of a Happy Orphan, was published in His first novel, The Virgin Soldiers, was published in and was adapted into a movie in He wrote more than 30 books during his lifetime including Onward Virgin Soldiers and Stand Up Virgin Soldiers, which was also adapted into a movie in What he doesn't know, as he takes his first light steps across the sunlit meadows near the tiny village of Somerbourne Magna, is that he is embarking on a course that will take him far away from the country, the surroundings and the way of life he has always known.
He is embarking on a journey that will eventually take him to the other side of the world.
As in his earlier books, Arthur McCann and All His Women, Bare Nell and Ormerod's Landing, Leslie Thomas shows himself to be a master of the sustained narrative novel of adventure and romance as he evokes his hero's fitful progress round the world. Along the way George has close encounters with storms at sea and in the air; with poverty and despair; with true love and exotic passion.