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on July 25, 2010 :
The Extremely Brief Adventures of Brigid and Greg is very apt. Each chapter is a piece of microfiction that is perfect for those times you want to do some reading, but can't devote your full attention for fear of burning dinner. Trust me. You want this book. The character interactions are worthy of a sitcom. A British sitcom, that is.
Now, that's not to say it's a perfect book. I gave it five stars, yes, but I must take offense to calling Greg a "muddleheaded chump". Everyone knows that Gregs are not muddleheaded chumps. They are wonderful, human beings who are most decidedly not muddleheaded chumps. Oh, and there's one typo in the book. You have been warned.
That said, I'll shut up and eat my load now. Go buy this book and start reading it in brief intervals. You'll like it.
(reviewed long after purchase)