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  • Heather Speer

    adding to the must read list!

  • Emily MacKinnon

    One Day (Movie Tie-in Edition) (Vintage Contemporaries) by David Nicholls | Such a good book!! Loved it!

  • Claire Shaw

    One Day by David Nicholls. Read it in hours - great book

  • Sandra Fisher

    This is a book worth reading and then going along to see the movie - which is on circuit in South Africa at the moment.

  • Chloe Lee

    August Book Club book... The book was better than the movie... You run the gamut of many emotions on this one...

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