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#1
smallclone
You can buy this cheaper at Amazon.

Russell


Russell, thanks for the feedback X)
#2
smallclone
You can buy this cheaper at Amazon.

Russell


Nice one :) In fact, if you have a Kindle, the book is free to download.
#3
grima
smallclone
You can buy this cheaper at Amazon.

Russell


Nice one :) In fact, if you have a Kindle, the book is free to download.


Smashing, thanks!
#4
Just read it on my kindle actually, tis indeed a freebie. Quite a few classics are.
#5
tek-monkey
Just read it on my kindle actually, tis indeed a freebie. Quite a few classics are.


Some people like reading books the old fashioned way, kindle shmindle - bah humbug!
#6
mumbojumbo
grima
smallclone
You can buy this cheaper at Amazon.

Russell


Nice one :) In fact, if you have a Kindle, the book is free to download.


You don't even need to own a Kindle. Just download Kindle for PC and then download the book for free. :)


Who would do that!!
#7
mumbojumbo
nikkib123
mumbojumbo
grima
smallclone
You can buy this cheaper at Amazon.

Russell


Nice one :) In fact, if you have a Kindle, the book is free to download.


You don't even need to own a Kindle. Just download Kindle for PC and then download the book for free. :)


Who would do that!!


Anyone who wants to read the book on their PC?
Or wants to send the book to their Sony E-redaer via Calibre? :)


I like the old fashioned way of reading books, I'm strange like that!

:p
#8
hot.

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