To say nothing of the dog
Publish date: 2005
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Edition language: English
Series: Oxford Time Travel (#2)
I had a lot of fun reading this one. It did initially take some time for me to get into it. The start was slow, although I did find the unreliable narration from the confused main character fairly amusing. By the time I was about twenty percent of the way through, I was thoroughly enjoying thi...
Clever! Going to pick up the rest of the series at some point. Also I think I picked the perfect time to read the book, the dates have amused me no end.
Ned Henry is exhausted and overworked, suffering severe time-lag. In order to escape a very demanding Lady Schrappnel and the assignment that has her running roughshod over all the historians, he is sent back to the Victorian era for two weeks rest. He just has to fix one teeny tiny incongruity firs...
The First thing that pleased me very much and I’m sure will please you while reading is that events and dialogues are rendered with a good humor. The Second is the time travelling. Oh yes, I do love humor and time travel SF. And here, it’s 2 in 1 :D. Main personages, Verity Kindle and Henry Ned voy...
I read it again, and I loved it. this is definitely a comfort read for me. Ah, the madcap chaos of it all. The naughty cat, the charming Cyril, the annoying people. Total love.***Speaking of books I love, down to every last detail, this is on the short list. The Chapter headings! The Tennyson quotes...
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