Monday, November 26, 2007

Scarlet Blog Tour

Scarlet continues to excel. The vile and most foreign French continue to behave badly. The noble and almost pure Welshmen continue to needle the sides of the invaders. I'm continuing to work my way through this book at a slower than usual pace but I can assure you that it is worth your time.


Valerie Comer said...

I'm glad I'm not the only one who couldn't read it fast!

pixy said...

There's just so much meat there. I'm wanting to saok it all in and not speed through, missing those wonderful nuggets. :D

Doctor Foster said...

"Even so, if it hadn't a' been for a spear through my leg bone ... I have a cell - four walls of stone and a damp dirt floor covered with rotting straw and rancid rushes ... and I would not be here now with a leg on fire .."

I'm just surprised the poor chap's lasted so long - he ought to be riddled with septicaemia, high as a kite with a fever, incapable of stringing a coherent sentence together ... and not an antibiotic in sight. :)

Eeh, they were tough in them days!

L'homme indigne Francais said...

Excuse moi, monsieur, you are most mistaken about ze French. Ve are ze most civilised nacion on ze earth and 'ave always bin so. Even your President, Monsieur Bush 'as changed 'is mind and realised zat ve are les mieux amies for ze USA. Zut alors! 'ow dare you compare ze hommes Francais avec zose damned Normans. Zey are ze descendants of zose,'ow you say, damned Norsemen. Zey 'ave no culture, no savoir-faire: zey are cochons!

Cymro said...

Annwyl Scriptorius,

Nos da i chi! Dw i'n mwynhau ddarllen dy blog. Mae'n ddiddorol iawn ac ydych chi'n ysgrifennu dda iwawn.

Wrth gwrs, rydych chi'n reit. Mae pobl Cymraeg ydy ffantasteg!

Hwyl fawr,

Scriptorius Rex said...

I didn't realize I had readers in Gaul and Cymru.