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Old 09-16-2012, 06:12 AM   #280
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Finished listening to To Say Nothing of the Dog, or How we found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last by Connie Willis, narrated by Steven Crossley. This is the comedy among her time travel books, modeled after Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome.

Ned Henry is sent to the Victorian age to recover from time-lag and while he is there, correct a small inconsistency that occurred because someone brought a cat back from the past, which should of course have been impossible, but... He is also supposed to look for an artefact from Coventry Cathedral called the Bishop's bird stump, because Lady Schrapnell is having the cathedral rebuilt and wants every detail to be just right.

A delightful read, a great narrator - highly recommended.
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