Thursday, 24 November 2011

Good books and bold mammals


 Two new reviews came in yesterday on The Book Depository. Bookie Monster praises The Glass Harmonica: 'Kocks keeps an expert writerly hand on the drama . . .  intensifying it and moderating it perfectly' in a 'wonderful tale … reminiscent of Louis de Bernières'.

 And Rachel has some fine words for Slightly Peculiar Love Stories here.

Hooray and hooray!

 As you can see, the rat had a little trouble assembling his ironing board biplane, but a promise is a promise, and here he is aloft, with Lily the Pink.

Lily's wearing a green balaclava back to front. So far from her sandy, grassland tunnel, she fears over-stimulation of the senses, but love for Ratty will tempt her to take a peep as they come in to land . . .

2 comments:

Isabel Doyle said...

Fab flying-machine Rat. I am sure that Lily appreciates the colour co-ordination!

I am pleased to report the downloads were successful as was the transfer to the ebook reader. Sadly the reader herself has not yet begun ...

Penelope said...

Hooray! The reading will keep . . .