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Old 01-20-21, 08:43 AM   #1
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love these for an easy read and a quick laugh

so far I've read gangsta granny and the beast of buckingham palace, I am now reading ratburger
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I'm not familiar with David Williams or his books. I remember reading some books by the Australian author Andy Griffiths when I was younger, I wonder if the humour is similar?

Do you read these kinds of books often, or do you find David Williams style particularly funny/interesting?
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I'm not familiar with David Williams or his books. I remember reading some books by the Australian author Andy Griffiths when I was younger, I wonder if the humour is similar?

Do you read these kinds of books often, or do you find David Williams style particularly funny/interesting?


I really struggle with reading long novels. most of it's a patience thingg, but I'm also limited in words that I know- please don't give me a shakespeare or a john stinebeck, I'll be their for weeks!. these books are short, funny, and keep me interested. I can usually read them in 3 or 4 nights, a week at most

now if people like agatha christie did the same thing, we'd be good!
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I kinda get it, when I want to read something but donít feel like delving into an actual book Iíll just pick up a comic. Sometimes you just need something light to read that wonít take up too much time.

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now if people like agatha christie did the same thing, we'd be good!
I think it might be a bit late for her to change her ways!
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