Was in Hodges Figgis and saw the book at Number 26.
That’s not right though, so made a change:
Better. Now, everyone go and buy it in Eason’s or Waterstone’s or Hodges Figgis
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Have you made the font of your masthead darker?
Nice one – it was at 26 when I bought it on Saturday – We should all go down and switch them all to twenty.
And I read the book too – was pleasantly surprised. I suppose I’ll have to go and read Ross O’Caroll Kelly just so I can answer people when they ask if it’s like that.
@Emmet Yeah but it feels very O2 ads so will change it again.
I’ve got my copy, will read after I finish Duma Key
Dubray Books on Grafton had it at 20 (without blogger mischief) last week…
Is it bad that it took me a minute to cop that?
I’m bringing Twenty to bed with me tonight! 😉
It should remain at 20 even if it makes the number 1 slot 😉