Friday Favourites - a chance to rave about a favourite reading/book related topic each week.
Sometimes you just want a chance to rave about some favourite aspect of
reading that doesn't really come up during regular blogging posts -
that's what this is about. I'm willing to bet that at least some of
those will come up one week or another.
This week it's my usual question for the first week of a new month: What was your favourite book last month?
No Sailing Waits And Other Ferry Tales: 30 Years Of BC Ferries Cartoons by Adrian Raeside. I haven't laughed as hard as I did when I was reading those in a long time. Actually, I'm still laughing at the memory of some of the cartoons as well. They're that funny - at least if you're familiar with the issues involved. This one might honestly be more of a local-type book.
The amusement was only increased by my recent re-exposure to the BC Ferries system in the past month as well. Ferry waits and all. Although, the Sunshine Breakfast is no more - still I think I remember actually enjoying the Sunshine Breakfast. Maybe I was in the minority?
Regardless, this was my favourite read for the month of August. What was yours?