Pulling at Death’s cloaktail

I guess with increasing age comes the inevitable demise of many of the people who shaped ones life, they generally being older to start with. Be it Spike Milligan, Fred Wedlock or your grandparents, they had a part in shaping how you turned out. It's natural to miss them even when, for those cultural icons,... Continue Reading →

Dodger, Terry Pratchett

Dodger, by Terry Pratchett. Just got around to finishing this. In real hardback book format (like all my PTerrys) and therefore liable to being dropped each night as I slip into slumber. As with all PTerry works, this was very enjoyable. However, using the name Dodger in a real world Victorian London tale continually put... Continue Reading →

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