Bryant & May 4: Ten-second Staircase - Christopher Fowler Reviews
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Christopher Fowler Ten-second Staircase(Bryant & May 4)
Pages: 368, Hardcover, Doubleday
Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
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by - written on 09/11/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
What makes something peculiar? It is a weird term that is probably taken too far on most occasions. A person who is jumping up and down whilst wearing the Tricolore on their head and humming the Brazilian national anthem is beyond peculiar in my opinion. This person is dangerous, insane and possibly foreign : ) Peculiar should be something far subtler; perhaps the man on the underground who squeezes an entire tube of moisturiser into his hands then rubs until it has all gone. Perhaps the woman you see in the supermarket that seemingly steps over all the cracks in the floor and doffs an imaginary cap to magpies. These people may be just as dangerous as crazy flag ... Read the complete review
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