McIntyres Good Friday

Anyone looking Anthony McIntyres new book, Good Friday, may like to read this.

It seems that some are selling it on Amazon for £85.00!

The book is available at The Bookshop at Queen’s at the cost of around £17.00.

  • That’s funny

    Just goes to show the Yanks would buy any oul sh*te.

  • I see someone censored my comment. This seems to be becoming quite common on Slugger these days.

    * Play ball not the man Horseman

  • dosser

    I’m sure the primordial soup that resembles Northern Ireland gives many ‘yanks’ a good laugh.

    How does it feel to give good entertainment to the rest of the world?

  • * Play ball not the man Horseman

    Have the courage to put your name to your censorship. This is pathetic, and it drags this site down.

  • horseman II

    Have the courage to put your name to your censorship. This is pathetic, and it drags this site down.

    Posted by Horseman on Dec 19, 2008 @ 02:27 PM

    Wheres your courage horseman?,/i> it’s very easy to throw stones from behind a wall, that doesn’t take an awful lot of courage does it?

  • veritas

    look forward to purchasing a copy,now its available at a reasonable price.

  • lorraine

    excellent read covering the disintegration of the republican philosophy.

  • elvis thedog

    Thanks for the heads-up. I just ordered it for $21 at Amazon.com. In a yin and yang move, I also ordered David Vance’s ‘Unionism Decayed’ at the same time. Was very surprised to see that David Vance also publishes books of, well, ‘specialised’ photography – http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_b?url=search-alias=stripbooks&field;-keywords=david+vance

    Almost made me laugh as much as Amazon listing Frank Millar’s book as ‘David Trimble: The Prince of Peace’. Sadly, that now seems to have been corrected.

    Happy Holidays to all Sluggerites from a longtime lurker.

  • pith

    £85? I really want that book so I’m going to wait for a couple of months and then head to the 1st floor in Castle Court where I reckon I’ll get it, a cat calendar and Nigella’s cake recipe book for about £8.50 all in. No harm to Anto but I think I’ll be reading his anal-ysis with a choco krispie bun but not before.