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This Book Will Send You to Sleep

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This Book Will Send You to Sleep by Hugh Barker
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Sleep smarter 'The indispensable bedside classic' Leland Carlson, Assistant Vice President of the Dull Men's Club This Book Will Send You to Sleep makes no claims to be fun or interesting. It is a book you can read in full confidence that you will find absolutely nothing to stimulate your brain. A book, like no other, that will afford you much sleep and copious amounts of pointless knowledge. Where else will you read about the political crisis in Belgium 2007-2011 or study the growth pattern of holly? And from where else can you find, in one place an overview of railway gauges, a summary of the administrative bureaucracy of the Byzantine Empire and instructions for the creation of a collapsible music stand? Prepare to fall fast asleep with the most boring book ever published.

Author Biography

Professor K. McCoy specialises in the analysis of hypnotic states and somnambulism. She lives on the Coast and spends one hour every day, except Mondays, moving rocks to build a sea wall. Dr Hardwick is an expert in stereotypical lethargy. He is one of the world's foremost authorities on and curators of screwdrivers.
Release date NZ
May 10th, 2018
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Ebury Press
Pages
192
Dimensions
138x204x18
ISBN-13
9781785038310
Product ID
26881249

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