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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
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Re: your top book by Dreamchild on 8 April 2003 5:29am
The Elusive Pimperneal by Baroness Orczy or maybe
1984 by George Orwell
do I really have to choose one??
its to hard!!
Re: your top book by sleepydumpling on 8 April 2003 9:32am

Lyn - "The Queen and I" is quite good. Not up to the Adrian Mole standards, but I still enjoyed it.

Ooh, you're right - the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice is mighty good isn't it? It follows the book very well and loses nothing in the translation to a screen play. And yes, the lovely Mr Firth does have a hand in that!

notquiteenglish - Douglas Adams is my favourite overall author - I mourn him still to this day. His books are probably the next on my list after Triffids.

Re: your top book by nottlob on 9 April 2003 8:33am
"shopgirl" by Steve Martin, cute little romance life thing...lol
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