Julie and Horace, Part II

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Julie and Horace, Part II

Julie and Horace, Part II

By: f. smith

About the Book

Julie and Horace, Part II: The Johnny Mop Splashback chronicles the continuing misadventures of Julie and Horace, while introducing new characters—most of whom are definitely characters—into the mix. The pages host a lot of laughs, drama, romance and craziness, with a little bit of poetry thrown in. Want some details? This sequel would rather let them be surprises—the same variety of traumatic surprises found in f. smith’s first novel, Julie and Horace: A Love Story of Sorts (I Guess) You Decide. Go ahead, dive in.


About the Author

f. smith continues to live a serious, uplifting, frightening, and romantic life in Indianapolis, Indiana.


(2018, Paperback, 260 pages)

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  • 5
    Just As Good Or Better Than The First Novel

    Posted by EyeLuvReeding on Nov 17th 2018

    This is different from the first Julie and Horace novel [entitled: Julie and Horace: A Love Story of Sorts (I Guess) You Decide] in terms of form and content; i.e., it is much more traditional and conventional. And with a much tighter narrative, not going off on so many tangents. Not that I didn’t get a big kick out of the first novel’s experimental nature and epic story. But as much as I enjoyed the first novel, I enjoyed this sequel even more. Found it even more entertaining, less dark, more absorbing, and maybe, when everything is said and done, more meaningful (at least more meaningful to me). I also want to mention this: You don’t have to read the first novel before you read this sequel. It is a stand-alone read. Five stars out of five stars.