Comments: 15
BrokenTune 11 months ago
I am super excited for you! (And a little bit nervous because I really hope you like it.)

Aunt Augusta is such a fabulous character. I'm almost tempted to start a re-read right away.
Lillelara 11 months ago
*being the nagging voice in the back of your head* Do it! Reread the book!

Just kidding ;D. The first two chapters were great. I like how Aunt Augusta drops the most devastating news in that nonchalant, matter of fact way :).
BrokenTune 11 months ago
I miss reading Greene. :(
Lillelara 11 months ago
You could still reread the books, even though it´s not exactly the same as reading a new book.
Btw, I´m still in awe that you managed to read all of his books. He certainly has written a considerable amount of novels.
BrokenTune 11 months ago
But they were so good. He really had a knack for drawing you in.
I would really like to re-read the books and I will at some point, but I'm not really a re-reader. Tho, for Greene I'm really tempted.
BrokenTune 11 months ago
And there are only 25 novels. My Agatha Christie read is going to take considerably longer!
Lillelara 11 months ago
No one can beat Agatha Christie ;)
BrokenTune 11 months ago
Not by volume, no...
BrokenTune 11 months ago
Well, bugger it! I just learned that Tim Piggot-Smith passed away. He read the audiobook of Travels with My Aunt!!!

I'm in. The re-read is going ahead!
Lillelara 11 months ago
Enjoy, BT :)
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans 11 months ago
The Willoughby Book Club looks amazing!
BrokenTune 11 months ago
*nods in agreement*
Lillelara 11 months ago
I tried a 3 month subscription last year and I loved it. Opening up their packages feels like Christmas once a month. And I love that they donate a book for a good cause.
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans 11 months ago
If it weren't so expensive to ship worldwide, I'd give it a try!
Lillelara 11 months ago
Yes, the shipping costs are the reason why I never would get a subscription box from the U.S. That and the customs regulations here in Germany.