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Sounds so... specialised lol.
Batgrl: Bookish Hooha 7 years ago
It's really one of those "the city you didn't know was there" kind of books - because London is so old that the odds are high that any backyard will have been a cemetery or a burial pit at one time or another. There's probably a book's worth of material in Odd Things That Gardeners Dug Up - er, and not just human remains, so it's not all grim!
Krazykiwi @ Kiwitopia 7 years ago
I love this kind of thing! It sounds like the kind of book I was hoping London Under would be, but wasn't.
Chris' Fish Place 7 years ago
Yep, it was me. I have the other two in the series, really need to read those. ARGHHH!
Portable Magic 7 years ago
I love books that leave you with a longer TBR pile. It's like googling one thing, following a link, then three hours later wondering where your time went to.
Batgrl: Bookish Hooha 7 years ago
I am SO glad that this happens to other folks too!

Some of the fun for me is that when I manage to find the book that's referred to and it's something I can download and keep and read - a part of my brain is saying "free book! yay!" Of course whether I'll actually make time to read more of that free book than a few paragraphs is something else entirely!
Linda Hilton 7 years ago
Me, too! Me, too!