A feast of freedom

by Leonard Wibberley | Humor | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: Global Overview for this book
Registered by winterwren of Seattle, Washington USA on 2/23/2004
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Journal Entry 1 by winterwren from Seattle, Washington USA on Monday, February 23, 2004
a humorous story by the author of The Mouse That Roared

Released on Sunday, March 07, 2004 at Cloud City Coffee 8801 Roosevelt Way NE in Seattle, Washington USA.

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Journal Entry 3 by rwhe from Kent, Washington USA on Sunday, October 10, 2004
Yow! I've read four of the five Grand Fenwick / Mouse That Roared books (everything but _Beware of the Mouse_, the medieval prequel), and I just cannot resist Leonard Wibberley. Everything I've read points to his having been a humane and sensible person.

Egad, though! You couldn't tell that from the 1965 period cover of this paperback depicting a grinning, dark-skinned cannibal, complete with a bone through his nose and a spear. I certainly didn't judge this book by its cover (else I wouldn't have caught it), but I think I'll put a wrapper on it before I read it at work.

Who knows? Wibberley was certainly to the right of me -- what else should I expect from a monarchist? A charming monarchist, to be sure, and the Republic of Omo Lau looks to be a sort of Grand Fenwick in the South Pacific.

We'll see. I'll certainly report back here when I'm done.

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