Sunday 18 May 2008

There's No Time Like The Present - Part 7 by Paul B Rainey
I was very pleased to see on his website that Part 7 of this series was coming out at Bristol so I went and bought one on Saturday. I had a read of it on the weekend but enjoyed it much more today when i searched out all the other parts and read them right through. It really is a very good long story and I am well looking forward to part 8. It's a series with many pages of old men watching TV sat in a room and it's still really interesting.

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