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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by BertieBassett2, Sep 5, 2018.
Where is the series of posts agreeing that?
The story of the abandoned waif who learns to survive through challenging encounters with the Tory party.
Nobody has to agree verbally when they agree through action.
The clique in action. Fixing things to their own satisfaction.
The Bun also Rises.
Hemingway explores the yeasty concoctions of a bakery, but fails to get his bun to rise for Brett.
What I did was to quote the thread title as it appears in the Book Club Forum and then went on to state the rule, which was to knock off the last letter. However, as in the original thread, wayward TES posters have put their own spin on it and produced some hilarious offerings. No confusion intended on my part.
The Tim Machine.
The device they go searching for Tim in
A farewell to arm.
The tragic tale of an amputee war veteran and his accident on a farm that led to his nickname of 'armless Jim.
Do you demand consensus?
Because we have the ''narrative'' thread for consensus demands!
The Tim Travellers wife.
The story of the search for Tim told from his wife's perspective.
As I Lay Dyink.
The book is told in stream of consciousness writing style by 15 different young cockneys from Tower Hamlets.
The tale of Captain Ahab less ambitious brother, Derek.
The novel focuses on the struggles of ex-convict Les, his unfortunate surname and his experience of redemption
The Catcher in the Eye
The deal of a blind baseball player who dreams of hitting a home run at Yankee stadium... can be see his dream come true?
The Heart of Dorkness
Jeremy has never known love because he was a sad lonely nerd. Then he dies.
One doctors biography of life on the emphysema ward.
Detailing his little known day trip to Great Yarmouth ... to quote ''cor it don't half suck''.
A pointless and plotless novel filled with hesitations, pauses and forgetfulness.
The Grape of Wrath
It was a very angry piece of fruit in a big bad world of misery and pain.
Made good wine though.
Don't judge this book by its cover.