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Biffs Book

Discussion in 'Saxon' started by Fingers, Feb 15, 2007.

  1. Fingers

    Fingers Member

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    An image of the cover is in the "News" section on the website, along with similar blurb we've read already.
     
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    it should be interesting. I'll enjoy reading it...

    -Imp
     
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    Redman Broken Villain

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    Mmh... :ill: might be interesting...
     
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    valanx Room of Angel

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    Hi Redman! long time no see :)
     
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    An excerpt from Biffs Autobiography has been posted on the bands website
     
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    Book is on Amazon for pre order for £15.99
    The chance to purchase a signed edition through the Saxon website would be a nice idea maybe the first 100 copies.
     
  7. Fingers

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    I e-mailed Ingo (The Webmaster) and Thomas (Management) with the exact suggestion last week, I never heard anything (cough :rolleyes: ). But maybe if a few others ask the same thing something may get sorted.

    We can only live in hope :loco:
     
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    Oh Dear! The excerpt from Biff's book reads like a 10 year old's school essay. Hope it gets better, cause I won't part with my money for stuff like this!
     
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    maybe because hes talking about his early childhood, not only that, but its difficult to remember tons of details from 40 years ago
     
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    I like the way it is written..it reads pleasant and quick with drama-ingredients
     
  11. CRUSADER747

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    Interesting stuff!!
    I actually wanted to read more, which is unusual for me because im not much of a reader at all!!
     
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    I think "so far, so good"...it was easy to read, and like Cru747 said, you want to read more. Aww, poor Biff :cry:
     

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