Re: Narnia Choose Your Own Adventure book
> 1c. Re: Narnia Choose Your Own Adventure bookHeh-heh. I immediately thought of Robot Chicken's Narnia spoof. Disturbing but hilarious. :)
> Posted by: "David Bratman" dbratman@... dbratman1
> Date: Wed Sep 1, 2010 7:29 pm ((PDT))
> Narnia choose-your-own-adventure? I can see it now:
> You have passed through the wardrobe and arrived at the lamp-post when
> a faun approaches you, says "Goodness gracious me!" and drops all his
> packages. Do you:
> 1) Say "Good evening" and politely introduce yourself?
> 2) Grab as many packages as you can and run?
> 3) Offer him some Turkish delight?
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>I'd be interested, but you shd be warned that it's quite the >collector'sitem. If it's the one I'm thinking of, the publisher >didn't bother to get permission from the estate before >releasing it, so it didn't stay on shelves long.
>I wish! Amazon has 11 copies starting at $1.95.
You can certainly have it if you like. Possibly I can manage to get to a Mithlond meeting that you're going to.