Discussion in 'Apex Lounge' started by Speshal, Jun 14, 2012.
Thanks Greenlantern101 - I wasn't aware of that! I will update mine this evening...
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A great read, but be warned: your opinion of those three men will, quite probably, be greatly diminished.
You will also be appalled by the antics of the French armored division under LeClerc (although you may not be surprised).
FB's post was in Random funny stuff....
Blimey, was it 2 years ago I was just picking up The Drawing of the Three, the second Dark Tower novel? That was SO much better than The Gunslinger, and got me completely hooked on the series. As a genre, anything fantasy-ish is not usually my bag, but this was utterly compelling.
I've had a bit of a break from Sai King since then - the best thing I've read recently was The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair, by Joel Dicker.
The Genius of Birds: The Intelligent Life of Birds by Jennifer Ackerman
Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Harari
I am going to buy "Ladybird Book of the Shed" for my son on his birthday, he has always wanted a shed, as do all real men. There is a range of over twenty titles in the Ladybird for Adults titles, having glanced at a couple in Smiths (other booksellers are available) they seem to catch the original format with added humour.
There was one thing which annoyed me in that one character committed suicide (before the start of the book) by driving to Flackwell Heath and into the Thames there. Flackwell heath is a small town perched on top of the Chilterns, to get to the Thames from there requires that you go through Bourne End or alternatively drive into the river Wye and keep in it to where it joins the Thames. That is just plain sloppy.
Of course, if you're from Hereford it keeps the Welsh bastards out
River Wye, Buckinghamshire - Wikipedia
No, I don't.
Happy to meet up if there's a pint of Butty in the offing
'Cause it's mainly in Wycombe.
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