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I had this silly feeling that with Jonathan Strange the author hadn’t read a novel before (obviously bollocks) but the pacing and the strange rambling style did drag in places. But I guess this was deliberate and Clarke has a kind of innate ability to draw on barely remembered folklore and tales and doesn’t reveal as much as we would like.
Must be ridden in chinos, a Hawaiian shirt and a pith helmet
I like my flared drops, seems more secure on tough descents and is comfortable as it corresponds to the rotation of my wrists. I had mildly flared drops on road bike as well and I regret giving them to my brother.
Theses aren’t wide bars though 38mm none of that silly stuff.
But not necessary for gravel
Pusher 2 doesn’t seem to be up though :(
Pusher is on prime
Don’t know how I missed this first time round…so good
Someone recommended 8 perfect murders yesterday cool!
Saw this in Thailand, it was 25°c and locals were in ski wear
Thanks for the steer. Picked up an X100t, it’s great to have a camera that I get. Good enough lens, no bloody zoom so no silly distractions, proper controls very happy so far.
Enjoying Piranesi : Susanna Clarke
It’s better paced than Jonathan Strange, but a proper mindfuck. Could be adapted into a very strange play
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