My Daughter is going to kill me!
I promised not to buy any books at this time of the year, as she says it leaves her less choice in presents. My Husband phoned while he was shopping to say he had seen a new Terry Pratchett (Dodger), and I told him to get it, I had forgotten What I had said to her, as I had forgotten it was out. WHOOPS !!!
Started: 19th Oct 2012 at 18:32
Whoops, indeed, Weatherwax. I'm sure your daughter'll understand you just couldn't wait any longer to read it - good luck.
(However, if your daughter is organised and has already bought and even wrapped the book ... that might present another problem.)
Replied: 19th Oct 2012 at 19:12
I think its a case of dodge-her.
Replied: 20th Oct 2012 at 22:04
my sympathy weatherwax, if there's a good book waiting then you have to read it. gift cards for Waterstones are the safest gift.
Replied: 21st Oct 2012 at 09:33
Hooray! I've got away with it. Had a telling off, but she had'nt been to get it yet. I don't think I could have waited till christmas though, so thats me settled when Husband is on nights
Replied: 21st Oct 2012 at 23:09
Glad you're back and you got away with it, Weatherwax. Enjoy your book.
Replied: 22nd Oct 2012 at 08:16
my son was a great Tarry Pratchett fan but he's never appealed to me. enjoy your book weatherwax
Replied: 22nd Oct 2012 at 08:58
i bought a book whilst i was away,a Used, but clean book, it is a Dilly Court book, one i've already read, but, it was with a shelf full of various books, in a lovely cafe we had lunch, and all the money for the books go to the Air Ambulance, worth ever penny & pound and more. Such a Great Cause !!!
Replied: 22nd Oct 2012 at 11:49
Have you read it, Esme?
Here's a review from a friend of mine on a Pratchett site:
Nope, hard to get postage in the 'ghan...instead we 'borrowed' a copy from my boss who was silly enough to leave a copy he brought back from the UK on his last leave...official word is that 11 out of 14 pers in our Flight would read this again, 2 are still reading it and 1 can't read (unless it is in REALLY big crayon).
Well worth a 2nd read and then a third just to make sure you didn't miss anything the 2nd time around.
I give it 4 out of 5 slightly used farthings.
Replied: 22nd Oct 2012 at 17:09
Totally agree With your friend's (very Pratchett like) review. As usual, picked it up to have a look at it, then couldn't put it down. One day I will make them last a bit longer. There again, pigs might fly
Replied: 22nd Oct 2012 at 23:30