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Midland Red
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31 of 38  Sat 25th Aug 2012 10:02pm  
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Unfortunately it didn't arrive in time for the cruise However, it was waiting for me when we arrived home Looking forward to getting started with the read Cheers Thumbs up
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Jaytob
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32 of 38  Sun 26th Aug 2012 7:56am  
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On 25th Aug 2012 5:19pm, mattash said: The suspense is terrible!!! At least four people on here read it. It must be that bad they will not comment on it.
A Coventry Kid's Tale is a wonderful insight into growing up in the fifties. Children nowadays will never experience such an upbringing. You soon fall in love with 'the child' and have to keep reading to find out what adventures he gets up to. It's a brilliant legacy for your grandchildren and a beautiful interpretation of times gone by. Highly recommended to all forum members.
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mattash
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33 of 38  Sun 26th Aug 2012 9:30am  
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Whoops!!! Blush Thank you Jaytob, never expected that. I will creep off and shut up now (with a warm glow inside) Cheers Cheers
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Rob Orland
Historic Coventry
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34 of 38  Thu 14th Nov 2013 9:27pm  
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For anyone who has not yet bought or read a copy of this book, help is at hand. I am extremely proud to be able to say that John (mattash) has given me the privilege of creating an "online" version of his wonderful book, which you can all read right now for free. If you wish to read it any time, please use the Read the entire book online link on the Local authors page. I've made it use a cookie to remember which page you were on, so if you take a break and return any time within a year, it should take you straight back to the last page you were on. My sincere thanks and wishes to John for allowing the inclusion of his book, which I have thoroughly enjoyed, and I know you all will too.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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35 of 38  Fri 15th Nov 2013 2:46am  
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Thanks for that Rob, an early Christmas present for us all. Well I opened mine and read it from start to finish last night and thank you John for such a delightful read. What a busy childhood you had, full of life. Will there be a sequel? Wave
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Rob Orland
Historic Coventry
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36 of 38  Sun 17th Nov 2013 7:50pm  
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A sequel??? Well, John's a fast worker, and being as you asked he got beavering away, typing as fast as he could... and there's now a sequel !!! Use this link to read The Coventry Kid Starts Work Quick work, eh? I'll betcha didn't expect that! The timing couldn't be better, could it! John's been working on his second book for a while, and for those who enjoyed his first instalment, he's now asked me to make his next book available for all to read, so once again it's my privilege to be able to present it on Historic Coventry. Thumbs up
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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37 of 38  Mon 18th Nov 2013 2:07am  
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Well, we couldn't ask for better than that could we. Thanks Rob and so to 'Finger Tapping John'. You know the old saying "as keen as mustard". I am looking forward to that. Thumbs up Happy Wave
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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38 of 38  Mon 18th Nov 2013 5:16pm  
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Congratulations John, a most enjoyable sequel to your life story. Thank you so much for sharing a great part of your life with us. Wave
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