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  1. bertieronbob says:

    OK, so I know I’ve kind of said I’m not coming down much any more, but I entreat you earnestly not to choose If Nobody Speaks… – the whole book is about nobody speaking or doing anything even semi-remarkable, let alone remarkable!

  2. Jo says:

    I vote for If nobody speaks of remarkable things, just because I’ve read it and I have to read Midnight’s Children and Austerlitz in the next fortnight.

    I’m assuming the next meeting is on 29 March and I vote we should go to the Elm Park tavern again cos it’s lovely.

  3. Amber says:

    I vote for the Jon McGregor too, but that’s not much of a surprise since I was the one who nominated it. I think the point of INSORT (mmm, catchy acronym) is that every life – however apparently normal – has flashes of the extraordinary about it. Anyway, I thought it was rather wonderful. And short.

    Or else perhgaps we should just carry on with EL&IC since we didn’t get a chance to talk about it this week (unless the 3 of you who made it did so?)

    I’m happy enough to go to the Elm Park Taven too.

  4. dan says:

    hello. i’ve read underworld and know nothing about the others so am happy to go with the flow. but also up for meeting in the EPT so we can all be in-ept. boom boom.

  5. Pete says:

    i’ll jump on the remarkable things bandwagon – did you enjoy underworld? its on my pile of things to read.

  6. Anonymous says:

    So are you going to declare Nobody Speaks the winner Mr Pete?

    Currently convalescing with parents in Woking reading Red Hot Chili Peppers man Anthony Kiedis autobiography. He sounds like a thoroughly annoying bloke.

    Will try desperately hard not to be poorly next BC.


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