Books In The Wild

Books In The Wild
1. to share and explore books with those we know and those we haven't yet met.
2. to explore the journey a book takes us on.
3. to release books in to the wild.

12 October 2012

The Wrong Boy by Willy Russell

Post to come ...
I left The Wrong Boy in a safe pair of hands in brilliant sunshine. But, within half an hour of leaving it the heavens opened and England's default weather position took hold. Given the theme of the book it seems sad, if not apt, if it wasn't claimed before the deluge. I'm hoping that, even if it was caught in the rain, some kind soul will rescue it, dry it out and give it a second chance.

Willy Russell's, The Wrong Boy, was left by Books in the Wild with the statue of Winston Churchill, Bond Street, London.
A safe pair of hands.


A Short History of Tractors in Ukranian by Marina Lewycka


I read this book back in the summer, and it is only now, several months later, that I have released it into the wild. I think the reason for the delay is that it is marketed as a comedy - a humorous look at the repercussions when an elderly father decides to remarry.

It is a funny book, but it is funny in the manner if many great comedians who place the reality of life starkly in front of us .....

Post in progress - please forgive the ramblings.

11 October 2012

The Time Traveller's Wife part 2

Recently I was lucky enough to obtain another copy of The Time Traveler's Wife and thought it would be a good idea to release it into the wild. However, in my rush to do so I forgot to enter the date and its place if release...
... so, if you found the book, it was released on the 11th October 2012, near Queen Square, London. If you could write it in for me that would be great!
Thank you. Happy reading.