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Revolution: Britain

Revolution: Britain is my first reall attempt at writing a novel. I started it some time ago and it is as yet unfinished, although I have written something like 16 chapters. I need an excuse to find some time to finish it, so I would like people to have a look and say how much it stinks or otherwise.

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Stop reading, start speaking

Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.

The more feedback I get, the more chapters I will publish. If you like what you read, let me know and the story will continue.

Over to you readers.

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