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- member since November 11, 2009
I think the one I saw was made by National Geographic and called King Tut's Final Secrets. Not completely sure this is the one though.
I don't have any books of Irving Wallace's. :( Have you read many books of his? I've read the Miracle - that's by him, right?
I've seen a documentary on the life and death of Tut. You know, they investigated what exactly must have happened to him from birth onwards and they had actors portray him and his family and enact some scenes. But I don't think I've seen the one of Carter's discovery. I'll go look for it. Thanks!
I see you've finished reading Something Fresh. Did you like it? Next, read either Uncle Fred in the Springtime or Pigs Have Wings. Do you like school stories? Wodehouse has also written public school stories with a lot of cricket, rugby and other sports in them. Try the White Feather. Do you want it? Or are you reading something else?
Ok, if you've never read PG Wodehouse, you should start with that. He is the king of comedy. I recommend Uncle Fred in the Springtime, if you can catch hold of it. In the meantime, I'll send you another book called Something New. Tell me what you think of it.
Thank you so much! :)
Have you read the Doctor series by Richard Gordon? The first book is Doctor in the House, which is a comical account of his adventures as a medical student in 1940s London. Unfortunately, I don't have the ebook. Do you like PG Wodehouse?
Yeah, I also first picked up I, Robot by accident and it was awesome! You should read Asimov's other short stories too. You'll find them in The Complete Asimov vol. 1 and 2, I think.
What is House of Silk? I thought I'd read all the Sherlock Holmes stories - looks like I've missed one!