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(, Sun 1 Apr 2001, 1:00)
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Death & the Penguin
Not trying to revive an old subject, but want to thank whoever recommended the above during the "This Book..." QOTW.

Truly one of the best books I've read for a long time... not life changing, but brilliant.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2008, 12:57, 7 replies, latest was 12 years ago)
OOh
I saw that in Borders on Tottenham Court Road on Monday night and wondered if it was good

now i know it is

and i will buy it

thank you!
(, Wed 2 Jul 2008, 13:10, Reply)
Agrees^^
Well worth a read.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2008, 13:12, Reply)
It really is
As are all his other books.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2008, 13:23, Reply)
Adds to list
Was also having a look at The Master and Margerita by Mikhael Bulgakov if anyone has read this.

I would heartily recommend The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2008, 13:57, Reply)
@BK
The Master and Margherita (sp?) is absolutely fan-bloody-tastic. Heartily recommended.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2008, 14:19, Reply)
@BobFossil
You really think so? First time I read it, I was disappointed - I thought I'd missed something. So a couple of years later, I tried again - and didn't manage even to finish it.
(, Wed 2 Jul 2008, 16:26, Reply)
^Absolutely.
Adored it. It's like a twisted children's book in many ways, aimed at adults.
(, Thu 3 Jul 2008, 11:13, Reply)

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