Lost in a Good Book
Publish date: July 18th 2002
Publisher: HODDER AND STOUGHTON
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Thursday Next (#2)
‘Bad boy!’ she added in a scolding tone. The Tasmanian tiger looked crestfallen, sat on its blanket by the Aga and stared down at its paws. ‘Rescue Thylacine,’ explained my mother. ‘Used to be a lab animal. He smoked forty a day until his escape. It’s costing me a fortune in nicotine patches. Isn’t ...
And that's us. Read this long ago. Still remember how Thursday Next going in and out of the book world looking for clue and talking to fictional characters. How the writer set up the scene is good with lot of humors. Plot device is actually written out. And fictional characters are free to do w...
I always intended to review these two books (I'll do them together, since it's series), but I had a feeling I hadn't done it yet and I was right.So, here goes.I love this series of books, even though I have only read the first two books so far. Hopefully, I'll soon be able to read more. This 'univer...
I liked this one better than the first one, in spite of my general dislike of extortion plots. A large part of my enjoyment probably comes from knowing what was going on from page 1, as opposed to the half-book it took me to figure that out in Jane Eyre. This is an incredibly complicated universe ...
Different. I need to pay attention when reading this so the comedy in the names etc doesnt get missed. Gives ideas of more books I should read!
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