House of the Spirit Levels - Nick Revell Reviews
Description:ISBN 0747259739 / Author: Nick Revell / Genre: Fiction
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Nick Revell House of the Spirit Levels
House Of The Spirit Levels
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by - written on 24/09/07 (Very useful, 210 readings)
Telling tall tales should be an Olympic sport. From childhood we learn to weave what is false and true together so that a story becomes more plausible or more interesting. Who reading this has never embellished a story to make yourself sound more interesting or perhaps passed off someone elseís experience as your own? If you had to go to one place that you could hear an out and out nonsense story, where would it be? I know; the parlour of any old toot; the Public House. In most older pubs you will find a regular old man who sits at the bar drinking the same larger top all day regaling anyone who would care to listen about his job driving for Manweb, or how he used .. Read the complete review
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