Cover of Once A Week

Once A Week

Auhtor: A Milne

Language: english
Published: 1914

Genres:

short story collection,  fiction and literature,  humor
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Review by A. Dent, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Once A Week':

Witch Week is part of the Chrestomanci series of fantasy novels by Diana Wynne Jones. It was named a School Library Journal Book of the Year. Witch Week was first published in the United Kingdom in 1982 and in the United States of America in 1988.

Excerpts from the Book 'Once A Week':


... nearly a week, and being to some extent in Myra's confidence, I felt quite the family man beside Simpson. You must try not to be disappointed with ...
... open country. The 9-hole course which Simpson planned a year ago is not yet used for the Open Championship, though it is certainly better than it was ...
... but his back looked exactly like the back of a man who was trying to look as if he had been brought up on skis from a baby and was now taking a small ...
... rapidly over the level. We had driven over the same road in a sleigh, coming from the station, and had been bitterly cold and extremely bored. Why ...
... witty. The only one I could think of was, Oh.. It's extraordinary. If your hair were just a little longer the likeness would be perfect.. I ...
... dog, answering to his name, careful to keep his muddy feet off the visitor's trousers, grown up, obedient, following to heel round the garden, the ...
... eloquently for himself who said from the tip of his little black nose to the end of his stumpy black tail, I'm a silly old ass, but there's nothing ...
... Miss Spratt. They walked in silence along the beach, and, rounding a corner of the cliffs, they came presently to a cave. In earlier days W. Bales could ...
... see that he doesn't do anything dangerous. He has a nice disposition, but wants watching.' She patted my head gently. Something like that.. I got ...
... of a doctor. However, they insisted. The doctor began quietly enough. He asked, as I had anticipated, after the health of my relations. I said that ...
... never attend to him properly. I have been thinking of William ever since we had him, and I feel that I understand his case.. Very well, said ...
... the outside of the door there can never rise an occasion when I should want to use him. My idea is that I should unscrew Jumbo and put him on the inside ...
... a baby-only seven months old. But it's no good showing it your watch you must think of some other way of amusing it.. Break it to me, Reggie. ...
... towering above them all stood Lord Beltravers, of Beltravers Castle, Beltravers. Lord Beltravers stood aloof in a corner of the great ball-room. Above ...
... throughout in the first person. Nearly a million copies were sold, thus showing that the heart of the great public approved of my method of telling ...
... but a brave-a very brave fellow.. It becomes us all to make at least one effort to brighten cricket. UNCLE EDWARD. Celia has more relations ...
... You are beginning to see what you were in danger of doing. Death I laugh at but a fat death-the death of a stout man who has swallowed the shaving-brush ...
... him, and he could scarcely control his impatience. Yet no one ever had less to hope from the reading of a will than Jack. For the first twenty years ...
... is he.. The butcher, who had been sitting on the head of the fallen man, got up and disclosed the features of Lord Lair. Dr. Venables staggered back. His ...
... said courteously to Lionel, as the latter was shown into his study. Lionel went to the point at once. I am here, my lord, he said, on business. ...