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Vandalism of Words

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Summary

What's this book about? Great question. The answer is so splendidly simple. This book is about anything, everything and nothing. It is an ideal reading companion on a bus or train, where regular interruptions are guaranteed, as every part of this book is very, very short. It is also ideal also for parents with young children, who are constantly, interrupted a by screaming, crying and tantrums. It is also a very good read for those with a limited attention span.

As well as these attributes, this book contains the mindless meanderings of an ageing Australian male lost in the alpine paradise of Switzerland, which in itself is probably enough to at least gain your interest, for a moment anyway.

Originally published in ebook only, but due to a number of requests, which by a number, I don’t mean a huge number by any means, I have given in to my environmental and economic highhanded attitude and ego too, and released this book in an environmentally damaging paperback. It’s still cheap though.

If you have already scanned through some of the chapter titles, you will have noticed that there is certainly no rhyme, logic or theme in this book. The reason for this is that each short utterance captures my thoughts on a singular day during one silly twelve-month period of my life. Since I wrote this book, each passing twelve months have been just as silly, but I think documenting one of them is more than enough.

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