Genre: Non Fiction: Humour/Pets & Animals
I urge you to embrace the goose-spell of Animal Farm and you will find sanctuary when our difficult war is over. I will add, of course, that given that conquering the world means a long, long, long, long, long war, I will permit you to read another book every now and again.
Just remember which books are bleak-listed; e.g. Barry Potterer, 100 Years of Silly Tudor, Prude and Perjury, The Hungary Olympic Games, The Chronicles of Nerdia and Of Mike and Ben.
In the meantime, here is a list of books I have vetted and will reconsider for approval if the appro… apprap… proper changes are made. Read this manyule carefully mini-irons.
In a hilarious, well-crafted book, Cat-tain Charlie Brown gives comments about the classics, everything from Tolstoy to Charlotte's Webbe to The Woman in White (the Wilkie Collins) version. Since I've read most , if not all the books on the list talked about in The Bleaklisted Books, this was a pleasure to read. Charlie has an unique view on everything.