One for the Morning Glory
3 journalers for this copy...
Haven't read this for years (hence the decision to finally bookcross it instead of leaving it to collect dust), but I vaguely remember it as being seriously weird and kind of amusing.
Given to another bookcrosser at last night's meetup with boreal.
Picked this up at a special meetup dinner when Mr Boreal and I were visiting Christchurch for a few days -thanks Futurecat, it was great seeing you.
Umm...I really should write reviews as soon as I have finished reading something because unless the book has been particularly memorable the details quickly fade, which is what has happened here. I can tell you that I enjoyed more at the start but got a bit bored of it all in the middle stages before it picked up a little bit at the end or maybe I was just glad to get it finished...will that do?
Picked up at a BC meetup last year, but only just got around to reading it. A pretty ordinary fantasy tale, slightly Pratchett-esque but it struck me that the author thought he was being much more clever than he actually is. Entertaining enough, but I wouldn't read it a second time.
Journal Entry 6
Princes Street in Dunedin, Otago New Zealand on Sunday, April 15, 2007
Released 16 yrs ago (4/15/2007 UTC) at Princes Street in Dunedin, Otago New Zealand
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Left on bench at bottom of High St.