pip wrote: Bouncy Castle wrote:
Anyone going to give Gaiman's Ocean at the end of the Lane a go?
I hear it makes one cry.
I have two copies ordered so I'm sure I'll read one of them
I'm intending to buy one too.
I've read quite a few books since I posted here last. I finally managed to finish Captain Vorpatril's Alliance
, and enjoyed it. Unfortunately, the same couldn't be said about a novel I had high expectations of, Pontypool Changes Everything
, which was well below what I thought it would be, or even most other books. I read Ruddy Gore
by Kerry Greenwood, and Doctor Who: Zamper
by Gareth Roberts, and while below average, they were still entertaining books.
What have I got on the to-read list? Plenty. I have the novelisations of the video game Alan Wake
and the Star Trek
film, a book called The End of Mr Y
, and another called The Natural History of Dragons
. And those are just the library books.
Four minutes? That's ages! What if I get bored? I need a television, a couple of books. Anyone for chess? Bring me knitting.
-The Eighth Doctor, defiant in the face of death, in Doctor Who: The Night of the Doctor