This is a thin wee book which I wouldn't call a book (or stories) as it is so short.
The book itself is in great condition, has a few light indents but the spine is intact and no creases. This competition is open to UK and International.
Read my review of it here http://www.alwaysreading.net/2012/06/review-melancholy-death-of-oyster-boy.html
As usual the competition runs to the end of the month, you can enter by using the contact link Click here to contact me via my email link
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Monday, 13 August 2012
August's Pre-loved Giveaway is The Melancholy Death Of Oyster Boy & Other Short Stories by Tim Burton
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"The Melancholy Death Of Oyster Boy & Other Short Stories" by Tim Burton ought to be very interesting reading thank you.ReplyDelete
I read a very short book, which I would not accept as a book - Pig Boy I think it was called. It was so distressing, I had to hide it under another book so that I couldn't see it once I had finished. I have recently discovered a Bookcrossing stop off., I'm going to leave it there, but am worried about distressing other people!ReplyDelete
The Book was The Boy Who Kicked Pigs! By Tom Baker.... 'a grotesque masterpiece'. Hmmm I think not!ReplyDelete
The Melancholy Death Of Oyster Boy & Other Short Stories hmmm... i'm looking forward to reading it :)ReplyDelete