Having enjoyed the first of these three years ago, and bounced off the second, I finally got around to this one thanks to my self-imposed reading programme.
Yes, an enjoyable book. Not a lot actually happens; by the end of the book almost everyone is pretty much back where they started, but older, wiser and perhaps even a little happier. A gentle, undemanding narrative, with some nice moments of character observation.
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