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Young Hoofer
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I came across the book of "Aspects of Love" in my local library recently, and just couldn't resist reading it.
Tis a great read if anyone's interested (I recommend fitting the songs in at your discretion...)


Sun Mar 26, 2006 3:50 pm
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I remember reading it when the musical opened on Broadway. I had one hard time tracking down a copy through inter-library loan. I've been meaning to read it again. I was probably a bit too young for it at the time, though I did like it.

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wonderful book. Aspects is one of the few Webber shows i like..and its based on excelent source material.

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Q: T or F the book is a novelized biography of Mr. Garnett. I heard somewhere it was... if it is, dude's life is seriously f'd up.

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false. Garnett wasnt George or Alexi. although Gqarnett did live an interesting life it wasnt as torrid as Aspects of Love.

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Young Hoofer
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I have read and re-read over and over again, it only takes a day to do love it. :)


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Total Necro-posting, but I saw this thread and thought, "I've read this book."

I have read it because I saw the cover and I'm like, "I've seen that logo."

It was excellent. I highly enjoyed it and I should probably try to track down a copy of the CD. Although I have had little experience in the field, it seemed like the reactions to the situations were realistic.

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