The Bionic Plague

By: Paul Sharpe

Catalogue Number: J7M-X6R3

The Bionic Plague

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Carnegie Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781874181859
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Synopsis

'There were two theories about the Black Death. One was that it was bionic plague.' So says one of Paul Sharpe's history pupils. Or how about this one: 'Elgar taught himself to play the violin, cello and baboon - ' This is a rib-tickling little collection of history howlers. From the mildly diverting to the hilarious, Paul Sharpe's personal collection is sure to pass an hour or two in giggly, heart-warming amusement. A valuable insight into the things that history pupils manage to get so, so wrong -

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