Vulpes Libris

A collective of bibliophiles talking about books. Book Fox (vulpes libris): small bibliovorous mammal of overactive imagination and uncommonly large bookshop expenses. Habitat: anywhere the rustle of pages can be heard.


I know this will come as a terrible blow to all the Hundred Years’ War enthusiasts out there, but alas, due to unforeseen circumstances, my review of Juliet Barker’s Conquest will have to be postponed till next Friday. Apologies for that.

However, I can promise that next Friday’s post will be (if possible) even more single-mindedly enthusiastic, doubly as long, fact-laden, truly sleep-inducing doorstopper of a read, so all you insomniacs out there: stay tuned!

2 comments on “Apologies…

  1. Jackie
    February 22, 2014

    That was an amusing apology, filled with your usual self-depreciating humor. Looking forward to your review, as I’m a fan of history books.

  2. undac net
    March 11, 2014

    Really no matter if someone doesn’t know after that its up to other people
    tthat they will assist, so here it takes place.

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