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The last couple of Hornby novels were starting to confirm that I loved Hornby's non-fiction writings more than his novels. This novel reminded me why I keep reading Hornby's fiction. This novel was delightful, snappy, and full of distinct characters. I really enjoyed the dialogue and the pacing. The novel is about the cast and crew of a 1960s British sitcom, and there were just enough period details to make it fun and believable. I've…