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Val 'n Tyne  [message #66984] Sat, 08 September 2012 19:37 Go to next message
Stephen is currently offline  Stephen

Getting started
Location: USA
Registered: April 2012
Messages: 10

This story keeps getting better. I love the humor, and fast paced dialog.
We have two pairs of high school guys dealing with all the chaos that comes
in adolescence, and the authors manage to make each one a vivid, unique
character. The interplay between them is pure art. It's a wonderful story.
Re: Val 'n Tyne  [message #67003 is a reply to message #66984] Sun, 16 September 2012 08:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Nigel is currently offline  Nigel

On fire!
Location: England
Registered: November 2003
Messages: 1756

On your recommendation, Stephen, I started reading Val n Tyne.  I rarely read serials on the net.  I'm glad I did and support what you say.


I dream of boys with big bulges in their trousers,
Never of girls with big bulges in their blouses.

…and look forward to meeting you in Cóito.
Re: Val 'n Tyne  [message #71395 is a reply to message #66984] Sat, 23 April 2016 22:38 Go to previous message
dookie11 is currently offline  dookie11

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Location: dallas, TX
Registered: March 2016
Messages: 17

Read Val nTyne last year .
Found this post and had to say , great !!
I rode this from beginning to end !
Good story line and characters .
I laughter and cried with them .

Wonder how many more read this and didn't post ?

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