November 02, 2007


Little Steve the Waddler

Felt I had to ring your doorbell incessantly the other night just so I could irritate you as much as the book had irritated me. I obviously succeeded."Fuck off" you bellowed. Ah, success!
However, I am man enough to admit much of it made me laugh. In fact I would go so far as to say it is something of a triumph.
Incidentally, I stole it from the Pan bookshop (ah, Beaufort Street). I won't pay to be insulted.
If only you hadn't been so spiteful Sebastian. I am now fabulously wealthy and could have used your sage advice re:tailors and the like.
Nonetheless, I wish you well in Cardiff.

Little Steve the Waddler

...or perhaps it's Carlisle.

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well i loved the book,and bought several copies over the month as gifts for friends...everyone one of them loved it.

Dolores Haze

Sebastian, I recently purchased your book. I read the first seven pages last night, then fell asleep (not boredom related, just exceptionally tired). However, those seven pages enlightened me as I thought great words were only written in the distant past and evidently that is not true. I look forward to raping the book for all that it's worth and boring my friends to death with yet another brilliant find from the dusty literature shelves. I hope you spend the £17 well, as I certainly did.

Gaynor Evelyn Sweeney

Erm! Comments a bit ... well harsh! Do not agree in all Horsley advocates, but still interesting character and read nonetheless! If we were all the same the world would be a rather tedious place.

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