For those of us who were born in (but technically did not grow up in the 80’s). We were exposed to a little of the nostalgia that this book highlights. consequently the book becomes an amusing little game of Spot the reference with occasional trips to YouTube to see the things you missed but you were sure were references
For the others among you who are interested in this book keep YouTube open because the references come in thick and fast
i have wanted to read this since it was released in the uk. Now i have and love it's dark yet funny tone .
the cat i don't really have a reason
where is the second book
the movies only do not do this series justice. when i read this i feel like i have been dropped inside of it in away that i have not felt since Harry Potter
it is an obvious ripoff of Ian Fleming's masterworks but is fun enough that I personally do not care
first let me say audible provides a valuable service to the visually impaired ,being, a visually impaired person myself i need to listen to the books I "read". Gaiman is a masterful storyteller, and his narration is spot-on you get his intentions for the book right away wonderful work.
i love Brian Jacques the chicters are vary well voiced the story is perdictable but vary good this is the 3rd red wall book where is the rest of the series here it jumpes from the 5th book to book 13 so far the series is 17 books long so where are the rest of the books
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