His teeth were brown as doe's fur
I just started Nick Hornby's "A Long way Down" today. You know, he writes like people talk.
Do waterfowl do touch and go's?
I finished "Time's Eye" by Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter last night. Not a bad little "To your scattered bodies go" kinda story without the whole afterlife aspect. Seems like it was set up just so Genghis Khan and Alexander the Great could fight over the city of Babylon. You can't fault anyone for trying to pull that off. The battle scenes were good but they could have used a good dose of Roger Zelazny. That's not fair though, any book could use a good dose of Zelazny.