Originally Posted by GOLLUM
Bit ambivalent about this because this is not Mervyn Peake writing but I'm interested to see what direction his late wife took the series in.
I hope you'll come back with what you think, Goll, because I was wondering the same thing.
Fans of Peake will delight in this new, wonderful tale, published one hundred years after Peake’s birth, every bit as thrilling and masterfully written as his famed trilogy.
Hmm... A bit of the Blurb Overblown
Bought Bill Bryson
's At Home
, from Tesco. I don't like buying books there, particularly, because they discount so much that I'm sure that it has a deleterious effect on specialised bookshops, but as it was down from £8.99 to £3.99, I really had to take advantage. At least I've still got £5.00 to put toward something from Waterstones or somewhere...