Last edited by vinteuil; 23-10-11 at 15:43.
But vints, Alexander McCall Smith is churning out page-turners at the rate of one every six weeks or so, in a variety of themes, styles, etc.
What's a chap to do?
I am so enjoying Great Expectations that I wonder I didn't start re-reading Dickens before, I appreciate and savour every page (which I'm sure wasn't the case when reading as a teenager) but I was wondering how french frank was getting on with Our Mutual Friend and her thoughts on that?
"The isle is full of noises... Sounds, and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not"
The Tempest, Act III scene 2 ll 148-9
Annakins, Annakins!! You know I've asked you never to call me that in public, we leave Mrs. Bunny at the field gate, my lovely Calibereno
Great excitement here, a new bookshop will be opening in two weeks, that means we will have 3 independent ones! Who said the internet would kill book sales?
[Nice bit when Mr Venus had been remarking on Silas Wegg's wooden leg and invites him to come closer to the fire and warm ... the other one ... )