One Summer by Bill Bryson (non-fiction)
Packed with historical anecdotes. Cast of thousands. Not one laugh.
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Oh my god, I’m just starting this and I think it’s hysterical. I suppose it helps if you’ve heard his voice and can imagine him saying it…
Someone else told me it’s funnier if you listen to the audio version. I was a bit disappointed that I didn’t hear the voice that wrote A Walk in the Woods.
Succinct description of this novel. Can’t wait for next one.
Thanks. I noticed you only used 10 words!
And I thought I was being so clever…
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