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Currently readingWinter's Tale by Mark Helprin
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Hello erin: I have just turned the last page of DIGGERS. If you are on your best behaviour you may go and read my review.....just in case no-one else does.....
Hi Erin: Guards! Guards! (*****) Thank You!
Hi: Finished “Making Money” (*****). Now well into Guards!. Oh Boy, this is very good........
Hi: How embarrassing! I didn't think anyone was really going to take my advice or I would have been more careful with the punctuation.

Please believe I would not try to embarrass you, I was trying to make you laugh. Thanks for your post. :)

Hi Erin: Thanks for your post. History Quiz 2013. Who said:
Attend my instructions carefully: You must begin with *Guards, Guards!* ?
Well, that's just what I did. And I did not get too far.
Then today I went on line and looked for Guards! Guards!.....And there they were (No, no Erin, not the guards,,, the books...!)
One would never have dreamed that an exclamation mark would stop the search bringing the books up.
Anyway, as you will see on my profile I am now the proud owner of a trilogy: Guards! Guards! + Feet of Clay + Men at Arms. The guy who sold it to me says that it is so scarce that people will soon be popular if they even KNOW someone who owns this tome. His name is Moist something-or-other. (seemed like a nice guy. I gave him my PIN # and he did all the paperwork for me....)
Before I open it I am just checking with you if there is anything I must read before Feet of Clay ?.... ;o)

Hi: Thanks for you post. Nope, honest, they're all quite new to me.

I'm reading "Making Money" at present. Someone on LT said to read "Going Postal" first. I'm so glad that I did. Brilliant..! the same token I'm taking your advise and not starting "Thud" until I have "Guards", which I might add, is proving hard to get at a realistic price on the secondary market.

kind regards, Scroooge.
Now look what you have done...! ;o)

Having just got "Thud" I read your review and have had to order "Guards, Guards" before I am allowed to read it. Oh, it is such a tough life.....

I think the words I am searching for are: "thanks for the advise."
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