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Chaucerian in form, more modern in style but if you're a cyclist you'll recognise the archetypes just as you do in The Cantebury Tales. Read morePublished 23 months ago by alfie
Good amusing tales like the Canterbury Tales but for the cyclist in us for a wee tale/chapter before nodding off!Published on 28 April 2013 by R. Yates
As English is not my first language I was wary about reading a book that was written in verse. As soon as I started I could not put it down until I finished. Thoroughly enjoyable!Published on 4 Dec. 2012 by Mrs. Ms. Stefano
After reading and enjoying around twenty or so cycle theamed books, did not even manage to finish this one. Read morePublished on 2 Dec. 2012 by Weight Weenie
This small and elegant book skewers cycling culture with wit and precision, while at the same time it performs an astonishingly successful literary interpretation and updating of... Read morePublished on 28 Nov. 2012 by ALP
Once I start to read this book I can't stop until the end.
Once I finish I have to ride my bike.
Is there anything more to say?
Sorry Miss Card (GCSE English teacher), i can't remember any of The Canterbury Tales. Sorry great British literature, i didn't really enjoy it either! Read morePublished on 20 Nov. 2012 by Simon Lynch
Well written and evocative tale of a group of cyclists taking a trip from London to Brighton.
The author is amusing and eloquent while sticking closely to the Chaucer... Read more