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11 August 2008

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this book sounds bloody brilliant, and I am British so I feel I can use that phrase. I think you should be watching Graham Norton, BBC America, I'm sure his show is somewhere on the web. You would enjoy the Brit humour (yep they spell it with a "u" over there)

Katharine,
This book, like all the books in the series, was mad and marvy. Brillopads! Have you read any of these, my favorite Brit? I'd love to hear what you think of them.
I love all things BBC. Brit humour is the best humour, as far as I'm concerned. Their drama isn't bad either--I just found The Golden Hour on YouTube, starring Mr. Dreamy (Richard Armitage) himself. Damn YouTube time suck.

I see my library has some of the books in audio. Something silly might be just right for a long drive to Iowa and back.

Rick,
They are VERY silly books. But for an Anglophile, they're also a lot of fun. I LOVE listening to YA books on tape, by the way, which is weird because I'm not a huge books on tape fan. Might I also suggest "Stargirl" by Jerry Spinelli and "The Chocolate War" by Robert Cormier? There's nothing silly about either of them but they were great to listen to. Have a safe drive!

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