The Abominable Snowman Epub ¾ The Abominable

The Abominable Snowman Captain the Honourable Sir Herbert Stephen Ernest Boring Tristram Boring known to his friends as Bill is very rich but very bored When famous explorer Amos Tence shows up at his front door life gets considerably exciting Before long he's speeding off in a taxi to the mountains of Chilistan in search of the hairiest most mysterious monster ever known an ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN A fantastically funny short story from the collection Dragons at Crumbling Castle Yes that Amos Tence the same man who punted from Brighton to Bombay in the bath It's true

10 thoughts on “The Abominable Snowman

  1. says:

    DeLightful for fans of explores Snowmen and high adventureA cast of interesting characters reacting to deferent adventures while traveling in verious way through different countries meeting new people making friends

  2. says:

    I've read the book Dragons at Crumbling Castle and this story by far was my favouriteTerry Pratchett's storys remind me of Roald Dahl and the illustrations reminded me of uentin Blake's drawingsThis book is about a young man called Captain the Honurable Sir Herbert Stephen Ernest Boring Tristram Boring who is known to his friends as Bill gets asked by an explorer call

  3. says:

    A multimillionaire called Bill goes on an adventure with a scientist to find the abominable snowman I think this was supposed to be part of a larger story but as is it wasnt much of a story

  4. says:

    AbominableA very abomination of a story I must say It reaks of Raould Dahl I truly loved it I should read it daily until I have memorized every word

  5. says:

    Delightfully silly and short but does leave you with a “wait that’s it? That’s the end?” Feeling at the end

  6. says:

    uick bite of PratchettThis book is like hot chocolate soothing and wonderful A charming little story with a Roald Dahl flavor I love that all of these gems by Pratchett are being republished Take a half hour out for with whimsy

  7. says:

    I really needed a cheer me up fun book and I found it uick made me smile And sometimes as an adult with no kids nor will i ever have any its nice to read these books Books are meant to be a part of escapism from our lives

  8. says:

    15 pages long but a fun little story It reminded me of Roald Dahl Maybe that was also because the illustrations were very reminiscent of uentin Blake

  9. says:

    This was such a cute and humorous little story but then everything by Terry Pratchett is

  10. says:

    A lovely uick read I uite enjoyed it

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