Sharpe's Revenge : Richard Sharpe and the Peace of 1814

by Bernard Cornwell | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 014008472x Global Overview for this book
Registered by BigEyes of New Haven, Connecticut USA on 8/13/2005
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2 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by BigEyes from New Haven, Connecticut USA on Saturday, August 13, 2005
I released this book onto a building's book exchange table a couple of years ago and just noticed it reappeared there. I thought I'd register it and release it there again.
The Sharpe series was great fun to read. A good book to take your mind off of the summer's heat! Enjoy!

Released 17 yrs ago (8/13/2005 UTC) at Orange Terrace apartments, 516 Orange St. (East Rock) in New Haven, Connecticut USA



Journal Entry 3 by BigEyes from New Haven, Connecticut USA on Wednesday, November 2, 2005
Sadly, the building super cleared away the bookcrossing shelf in the lobby.
I believe that this, and many more, went into the trash.

Journal Entry 4 by BookCemetery on Thursday, November 3, 2005
Horror of Horrors! A mass murder of books! And the perpetrator goes unpunished! Arrrrrrgh! Where is Sharpe when you want him! It was a sad, sad day when news of this outrage reached the Book Cemetery. A Memorial Service was held in the Chapel of Sighs before a hushed and shocked congregation. The Choir gave a broken-hearted rendition of "We'll Meet Again" in A-Sharp; there was not a dry eye among the many mourners. The Memory of the four dear departed Reading Companions was released to the ether down by the Pool of Rememberance. It is on occasions such as this that the spirit and very soul of every bookcrosser is sorely tested.

The Chief Mourner was BigEyes (who was in a state of near collapse) and had to be supported to the Limousine, with several stops for libations for medical purposes along the way. The Management and Staff of the Book Cemetery extend sincere condolences at this sad time. In one of those extraordinary coincidences that occur at the Book Cemetery with regular monotony BigEyes was the winner of this month's Lucky Door Prize, a meal for nine at the "Connecticut Sushi Palace and Short Stay Motel".


A Multiple Ceremony. Memorialised together with,

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