Travels With My Chicken

Travels With My Chicken

A Man and His Companion Take to the Road

Book - 2005
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British journalist Martin Gurdon recounts the tour through Great Britain to promote his book, "Hen and the art of Chicken Maintenance", which he undertook with his chicken, Tikka.
Publisher: Guilford, Conn. : Lyon's Press, 2005
Edition: 1st Lyons Press ed
Branch Call Number: 914.10486 G978t
Characteristics: x, 163 p. : ill

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Feb 05, 2013

A quick (less than 160 pgs.) 'light' read. In the first few chapters, the author seemed to ramble; on pg. 29 he even admitted it: "Sorry. I seem to have wandered from the point somewhat." Things picked up after that. He described some women in a pub as "a sort of hen party of 18 to 20 yr. old girls who'd clearly been at the sauce for a long time. They wore big smiles & tight clothes that clung to mostly ample figures that might have been described as McDonald's Pre-Raphaelite." One caveat: the book contains some coarse language (slang).

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