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How to Hide from Humans is a comedelosophy* book by a sheep, telling other sheep how to hide from humans.

It's not really for people.

"The best 77p I have ever spent. If this is silly, then it is the best kind of silly." Nathan Filer. Author of The Shock of the Fall. 2014 Costa Book of the Year Winner.

*comedelosophy = a comedic philosophy book. Makes you laugh, makes you th
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Published by Craig Stone (first published January 9th 2013)
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Matt


This book is NOT written by a human
but by an anonymous sheep under the pen name Craig Stone.
This book is NOT fiction.
I searched for the usual disclaimer, but didn't find one.
This book is NOT meant to be read by humans.
It says so in the foreword, but I took it in my fat hands and read it anyway, so sue me, sheep!
This book is NOT boring, listless, or untrue.
It's the opposite.
This book IS a Good Read
+ it has lots of nice pictures of sheep in it!


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Jan 31, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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Sep 03, 2013 rated it it was amazing
One of the strangest yet funniest books I have probably ever read! I would just love to be in Craig Stone's head for just one day! My life would never be the same again!
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Bit weird isn't it? 1 9 Jun 24, 2013 03:45PM  
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I left school at sixteen with a head full of rocks, a general dislike towards anyone telling me what to do and a belief none of it mattered: because one day I would write the greatest book in the world.
I moved to Spain, I worked for a little man with a missing finger called Juan, who owned the town.
I almost got killed by a freight train when I was lost in a field trying to find the Spanish airport
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