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Bill Bryson - Breve storia di quasi tutto #BillBryson

Di tutto a di più, Bryson tratta in sacco di temi, quali la creazione del mondo, i virus, le stelle, le scoperte più o meno recenti. 181 more words

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The Road to Little Dribbling: Bill Bryson

Travelling Companions 2

I seem to have decided on the pattern of reviewing these from most recently read and working backwards. Actually I’ve been enjoying the sunshine too much and haven’t had much inclination to sit, for more than a minute or two, in front of a computer screen if nobody’s paying me. 877 more words

Bill Bryson – It's teatime, my dear! Wieder reif für die Insel/ The Road to Little Dribbling (Incl. a Short English Review)

I read this book in German and since it was a given to me by the publisher for an honest review, this review is in German. 710 more words

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THE MOTHER TONGUE by Bill Bryson

The monthly library book club assignment was to read “something” by Bill Bryson.  I had read The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid before Christmas last year and had enjoyed it immensely.   281 more words

The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt  Kid | Bill Bryson | Minireview

Official Blurb

Bill Bryson’s first travel book opened with the immortal line, ‘I come from Des Moines. Somebody had to.’ In his deeply funny new memoir, he travels back in time to explore the ordinary kid he once was, and the curious world of 1950s America. 306 more words

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The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson

My hubby has a great sense of humour. He’s observant and quick-witted.  But when he’s in a bad mood his comments can sometimes come across as nasty instead of funny.  325 more words

At Home

At Home

Resident information sponge Bill Bryson goes through his home, room-by-room, to present the history of private life and how many of the items we see and interact with on a daily basis came to find their way into our everyday lives. 259 more words

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