The curious incident of the dog in the night-time – Last Part

This is it :), the last part.


























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10 Responses

  1. ooooooookay. Now that’s great. Now I can download the whole book and read it all in one shot rather than wait 2 months to read a whole book.

    YOu are such a slow reader. 😛

  2. lol hamza: It’s more like it took me 2 months to scan it.

    But hey, when you are done reading let me know what you think :), I love this book.

  3. This book was one of the best books I read this year. I loved it. I loved loved it.

    I thought it was just me!

  4. Hey, the author has another book out called “spot of bother” that they say is amazing, why don’t you pick it up? I picked it up and going to read it right after I finish the book I am reading, the reviews are favourable.

  5. I LOVED this book – I read it in one afternoon – I will be going to the bookstore to buy a copy, which is only right and I think my kids will love it too

    Thanks for putting all the work into scanning it – it is very appreciated

    Vix

  6. Thank you for your efforts!
    I really love this book. Believe I’ll buy it when I drop by bookstore.

    Thanks again!

  7. Glad you enjoyed it 🙂 .

  8. thank u mark haddon 4 writting such a cool amazing book and thanks to 7aki fadi for posting it. i love this book!!!!! its so touching and the ending is gr8!!!!!! need to/have to buy this book 🙂

  9. thank u very much 7aki fadi for posting such a great book. It is one of the most innovative form of fiction I have read in a long time. It captured the purity & innocence of a child in such vivid words, the only other book to have managed that being To Kill A Mockingbird.

    Thanks A Ton again coz I can only imagine the pains u wud have put in scanning all those pages. Than reading an e-book version, this was better coz u get a feel that ur reading a book & not some pdf page.

  10. It was my pleasure. I also loved the way you see the world in this child’s mind.

    To kill a mockingbird is one of my favorite books too.

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