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Change the book title by one letter

Discussion in 'Book club' started by trelassick, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. The Wee Free Me
    (Terry Pratchett's engaging story of a leprechaun in C17th America)
  2. pomunder

    pomunder New commenter

    The Tenant of Wildfell Hal - mad computer harasses rent arrears hero.
  3. L. Apuleius "The Golden AS"
    (Professor of Classics proposes yet another Oxbridge entrance criteria)
  4. (a solitary pleasure, I fear.)

    Diamonds Are For Eve

    (smuggling them in a serpent turned out to be more trouble than it was worth...)
  5. A couple more for the littlun's -
    The Sly Fox and the Little Red He - the tale of how cunning Reynard met the scarlet Pimpernel as a youth
    Sleeping Beaut - An antipodean princess' struggle with sleep apnea
    The Magic Porridge Po - the synopsis fo rthis may be a touch unsavoury...
  6. pomunder

    pomunder New commenter

    The Story of.. we'll never know. Oh.
  7. lois mcmaster bujold
    the hallowed hun

    the story of bonhoffer
  8. Chitty Chitty Bang Ban

    (European noise abatement regulation takes the magic out of vintage Bentley)
  9. pomunder

    pomunder New commenter

    Othell - a tale of double bookings, blocked toilets and tempting minibars.
  10. peter f hamilton
    the naked go

    how to place your stones
  11. The Camomile Law
    Mary Wesley's rule book for herbs
  12. Portrait of the artist as a young ma
    Teenage mother shows you can combine child-rearing with pickling sharks.
  13. The Silver Chai
    CS Lewis discusses expensive tea
  14. White Teet
    (Zadie Smith on breastfeeding.)
    Jurrasic Par
    (Dinosaurs create havoc on the golf course)
    The Iron Ma
    (Ted Hughs' desperately strict childhood)

  15. The Golden Bow Henry James sequel to Portrait of a Lad perhaps?
  16. Sillow

    Sillow Lead commenter

    'The Woven Pat' by Robin Jarvis. Combining needlecraft and manure, maybe?
  17. I wonder what the Librarian of Unseen University makes of all these Orang references?

    "No Simple Victor" - Norman Stone finds a research student worthy of his tuition
  18. The forsythe sag after middle age spread perhaps
  19. pomunder

    pomunder New commenter

    Pennies from Heave - the drama of a pecuniary emetic.
  20. Tom Brown's School Day - persistent truancy frustrates anticipated tales of boarding school education
    Major Barbar - Shaw's introduction of elephants to the Salvation Army
    198 - Orwell starts writing for Marvel Comics
    Loo - Joe Orton cottaging again

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