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Happyslapped by a Jellyfish: The Words of Karl Pilkington £3.94 Delivered

A collection of hilarious and compelling insights and anecdotes, diary entries, poems, 'true' facts and cartoons on travel from Karl Pilkington, unlikely star of the Ricky Gervais Show, the world's mo…
chralph Avatar8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago17 Comments
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it would be daft if they dangled down below.....hes a legend
chimpanze that eh.
Great find. I think I paid about £5 for it last year when it fist came out. An absolute must for Office/Gervais/Merchant + podcast fans. Some of it is the ramblings from the podcasts though. In that way I felt like I'd heard most of it. Unfortunately I couldn't help but think that he's not at all as think as he tries to make out.

Heat added.

Any monkey news in this book?
"the thing was,even tho i had my eyes shut i was still using them"
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Tolkien's - The Children of Hurin - £3.81

Never heard of this company .. but others seem to give a thumbs up. Cheapest I seen this book for sale including delivery: Description: Painstakingly restored from Tolkien's manuscripts and pr…
cuffy Avatar8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago15 Comments
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people, people... why can't we all get along? Live long and prosper... wait that's startrek. Sorry, Just walked into the wrong argument.... Just going slink back out.:whistling:
There are 24 hour supermarkets around - not to mention the time spent reading the book is most likely at night before sleeping, or on a commute.

So libraries are no longer open on weekends?

What next? Vote cold on deals for a drill because you can borrow one off your neighbour?

Apples and oranges. I don't think you read my first post, the reasoning behind voting it cold was for this reason: "I'm an avid reader, but after 100 pages I gave up, far too many complex names and places which I just couldn't relate to".

If you bought a drill which fell apart in 2 minutes, would you vote it hot because it was cheap? No, you wouldn't. Grow up and get over it, I voted something cold which in your opinion is hot.
Some mad reasoning there Chris.

What next? Vote cold on deals for a drill because you can borrow one off your neighbour?
People like to buy books, it's why there are Waterstones in most towns, and why WH Smith is so popular. Voting cold because there are also libraries is just mad.

Anyway, I read this last week (2 for £7 at WH Smiths - with the one about the snipers in Iraq as the other, and that's a great book) and I was pretty excited to be seeing a new Tolkien book. It's not a let-down exactly, it just doesn't seem finished. The tense and perspective is just a bit off, and it doesn't seem rounded enough by a mile to be a book in it's own right. You get to the end and there's a huge chunk of the book left which covers family trees and other such stuff that was of no interest at all (to me anyway, maybe others would be).

In summary, go the library.

I joke, I joke....I mean borrow one off your neighbour.
Yet my library does not have it in (it's across the road).

I have a collection, but all my books are paperback.

That person is too busy to go to one, of course. There are 24 hour supermarkets around - not to mention the time spent reading the book is most likely at night before sleeping, or on a commute.
Libraries aren't everywhere, new books aren't easy to get hold of, and you can't keep them to read again and again.

There are about 4,500 libraries in the UK and the book is over a year old. You can also retrieve it from the library when you want to read it again.

And what about those that like to build collections

Then they would probably want the hardback version.

Also my life is too busy to find time to goto the library, hope that it's in and find time to take back

Too busy to go to a library, yet not too busy to spend probably 10-20 hours reading a book. Besides, you can reserve the book (both online and in the library), and you can see if a book is available in the library online. At least you can in all the counties I have ever lived in.

your reasoning and logic is very shallow.

So anyone stating their opinion is shallow? I merely stated that you could get it from the libary for free and that, to me, the book is a heavy read.

Guinness World Records : Gamer's Edition 2008 - Only £4.39 Delivered !!

Guinness World Records : Gamer's Edition 2008, £4.39 Delivered at Book Rabbit. Features interviews with champion gamers, hints and tips to improve gameplay, profiles of the world's best-selling
jackthelad Avatar8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago3 Comments
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Good price.

No Problem :thumbsup:

Free Book- Just follow these 5 simple steps!

We're giving away 1,000 free books - upload your bookshelf today! Simply upload and tag five books on your bookshelf and we'll hand-pick a free title for you. New BookRabbiters only - starting 30 Jun…
pitsapatsa Avatar8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago11 Comments
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My camera has just packed in... I wonder if they'll accept a drawing?!?
i got a copy of 'the book thief', excellent, i've actually been after this book. the invoices are sweet too, they have a book mark on and how to make an origami rabbit, hee hee
Received mine too, not a bad choice by them based on my bookshelf. Thanks again Pitsa.
I got my free book this morning, and it is actually something I would go out and buy in the shops!!!

Really please, this deserves to be hotter:thumbsup:
hiope it works for you freddysmum!
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