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More Trees to Climb

4.07  ·  Rating Details  ·  27 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Paperback, 128 pages
Published April 6th 2009 by Portobello Books Ltd (first published January 1st 2009)
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May 21, 2010 Emily rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: avid tree-climbers, silly wordsmiths
Recommended to Emily by: wigtown literary festival bookshop
this book cracked me up. it was like a wonderful boyfriend: smart but with a wide, jagged silly streak - and if given the chance i bet it could cook, mountainclimb, or play the violin too.

"while online i paddle the news websites - another birth bombing on a bus in jerusalem where heavily pregnant palestinian women set off life; this time the birth toll was four, including a set of twins." -p.61

not only did moor invent the professional sport of tree-climbing, but he managed to be compelling in hi
Jul 25, 2011 Sheri rated it liked it
Physically, thiis book is a gem, a little treasure of design. You just want to hold it in your hands.
Lazily, I'll copy the bookjacket description:

"Originally written for stage performance, all three pieces are laced with wit and bursting with imagination. Very human, very funny, and a little strange, these are stories that take you away from the mundane and open your eyes to the beautiful and the bizarre."
The ending of the tile story really (and unexpectedly) hit me.
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Benedict "Ben" Moor is an English comedy writer and actor.
Moor was born in Wimbledon and grew up in Whitstable, Kent. He read History at University College, Oxford and graduated in 1990. While at university joined The Oxford Revue after watching the Seven Raymonds perform and first met Richard Herring, Stewart Lee and Al Murray, with whom he later collaborated.
Moving to London, Moor wrote sketches
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