In this, the first of Spike Milligan''s uproarious recollections of life in the army, our hero takes us from the outbreak of war in 1939 ("it must have been something we said"), through his attempts to avoid enlistment ("time for my appendicitus, I thought") and his gunner training in Bexhill ("there was one drawback. No ammunition") to the landing at Algiers in 1943 ("I closed my eyes and faced the sun. I fell down a hatchway"). Filled with bathos, pathos and gales of ribald laughter,..
Brilliantly funny, teenage angst author Louise Rennison''s fifth book about the confessions of crazy but lovable Georgia Nicolson. Louise is a star on the HarperCollins teenage..Подробнее
Per Petterson masters the art of writing simply about big subjects, and this is the heartwarming debut that brought the author of the highly acclaimed Out Stealing Horses to..Описание
What would YOU do if your child wasn''t yours?Utterly compelling, Sunday Times bestseller Adele Parks''s new contemporary novel The Stranger In My Home, is sure to move, grip and..Описание
As the Japanese begin their assault on Singapore, Sarah Fuller is forced to leave her parents and fiance, Philip, behind. The long journey to England is fraught with danger, and..Подробнее
The Sex God''s friends think I''m a bit weird. I don''t know why. I''ve always been the height of sophistioosity around them. Apart from that time Dom asked me what I wanted to..Описание