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If 100% of your ultb books are reviewed I'll put a "100% Review" notation on the Super Special ULTB member Recognition Awards Area of the group. Then you can mention that on your resume.
But Joey Adam's Ethnic Humor will probably be much more fun, and a lot more politically incorrect.
Do we wait for any more to sign up - as suggested in your first post?
Should I also select something from your ultbs for you to review?
You could assign me an additional book that is ultb and not tbr, if you want; I could do the Guidelines book you were tempted by....
From your list, I would like to see a review of The Zebra Book of Castles - it looks neat!
Your out of town for 2 weeks and you didn't bring "Joey Adam's Ethnic Humor" but you do have Guidelines for Hazard Evaluation Procedures, with Worked Examples? Vacation or Work I don't want to know what your doing.
I actually don't have the Guidelines book with me, but I can access it through Knovel, an online technical library, and since I've read it and used it, I think it would be easy for me to do a review, with some access to the salient points online....
You have some truly great books! For example Using Your Overhead Projector. Where on earth did you find that?
How about a review of Turner's wife Seems like a nice light mystery.
I am working of Zebra Book of Castles I noticed a tag on the back says 45p. I am assuming some bought this book on a trip to the UK and brought it back to the States. How much is 45p?
Anyway, review to be added shortly (I am away from home until the weekend). I'm glad you chose that one - I like(d) it very much but haven't reread it for some years.
As for Using Your Overhead Projector - well, I bought it (new: expensive) back in the 80s when I was trying to be a manager and needed to give occasional talks. Actually, its quite good and even still relevant - replace OHP with PowerPoint.
45p = £0.45 = 50c approximately. That must have been many years ago!