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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Britishshorthairbabies, Oct 31, 2012.
I am reading this at the mo, and I am unable to put it down!
Anyone else x
That one is definitely on my list!!
I've got it upstairs, I'm saving it for when I go on maternity leave
Just got it as a B'day gift but havnt started it yet.I have an idea of the story though
I read it a few months ago
Have bought it and it's on top of my "to read pile"
I've heard of this book a few months back and it has been on my must read list.
I got the book here and the Dewey one, but got too busy and forgot to read them again, really need to start reading them again.
Both are interesting reads and you should try Chrystal Sharpe's books too (they are old and she has 3 books)
She is also called Chrystal Hartley
Yup im a little way into it, good so far
I got it as an audio book a week or so ago and stayed up waaaaay too late for 2 nights running to listen to it.
When were they written?
The ones I linked or bob? would have to check at home after work
I've read the Dewey one as well (got it from a charity shop).
The Streetcat named Bob was only out this year so written last year I think, I know the Dewey one was quite old, I think it was written in the 90s, as a lot of it took place in the 80s
Ooh anyone know of any free downloads of these?? Lol
Dewey was first published in the UK in 2009 so not that old and Street Cat named Bob was first published this year.
Another good read is..."Travelling Cat" *a journey round britain with Pugwash * by Fredrick Harrison....This on is quite old
I often see him around Covent Garden.... It really is too amazing the way Bob is so relaxed and completely unconcerned about all the commotion going on around him, couldn't quite believe what I was seeing on first sighting a few years back.... Must get the book and give it a read!
It's on my Birthday list
I treated myself to a new iPad mini so looking for some great books to read!
This will be first on the list!
The story of Street Cat named Bob is intriguing, especially as it is a true story, but unfortunately the book is not very well written, so my copy got recycled to Oxfam after I'd read the first chapter.