Midnight Jester’s Book Review, November 2006

November 3, 2006

one fine Day in the middle of the night, Christopher Brookmyre
Good fun, easy read, nice characters, firm cover decently resistant to coffee stains.

A history of western philosophy, Bertrand Russel
The introduction was dull, can’t speak for the rest. Cover was overly absorbent and aged pages did not create a stable, flat surface.

the complete works of lewis carroll, Lewis Carroll
The stories with the little blond girl chasing rabbits and stepping through mirrors are okay if you take plenty of drugs and like that kind of thing. The poetry is still dead funny but the tripe ‘sylvie and bruno’ is for starting barbeques with. The book is way too thick to securely support a hot cuppa but would be excellent hiding place for acid tabs.


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