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- Dec 4, 2012
- This one includes the book as a character which falls in love with the reader: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Making-Love-Conspiracy-The-Heart/dp/0552771317Dec 18, 2012
- On tumblr someone actually did this and wrote what would be considered the last page or so. If you go to this link and just scroll down a bit you'll see it and a plot twist to the ending.
http://mckmusicgoingpositive.tumblr.com/post/45793831297/otpswillruinyourlife-cant-catch-this-snitchApr 7, 2013
- Maybe an e-book? I don't know but feel like that might work.Sep 25, 2013
- I'm the one who posted this to Tumblr. It's shocking how many notes it has now.Oct 7, 2013
- Already done...
Making Love: A Conspiracy of the Heart (2004)
Published by DoubleDay
From the blurb:
When Miranda, the Miss Lonely Hearts of Shepherd's Bush, suddenly finds herself romanced by a tall, dark and deadly spy, her life is turned upside down. Could it have anything to do with the book she innocently took from the library, a book with a conspiracy theory about 'love' so devastating that every other copy has been destroyed by MIS and the writer 'disappeared'? Spliced through Miranda's romantic adventure are pages from the 'lost' book itself. But the loudest voice in this piece of postmodern madness belongs to the lovelorn book itself, a sentient mass of paper and ink that cannot help falling in love with its reader. Marius Brill's send-up of po-faced conspiracy stories and endless funny handshakes is sharper than Torn Sharpe- imagine Umberto Eco with a sense of humour. Ludicrously logical and finely spun, this is a hare- brained literary fantasy, an erudite romp, and above all, a novel to fall in love with..
http://books.google.co.uk/books/about/Making_Love.html?id=FXZnD03Nlg4CJun 1, 2014