The Superior Person's Second Book of Words
Do you ever feel like an acephalous dandiprat? Want to amimadvert with anfractuous brimborions? Have you ever simply felt unable to dapatically deblaterate to the best of your ability? Then here is the book for you! The 600 new words included are just as outlandish (and useful) as the 500 in the previous volume. Regrettably, there are people out there who will want to buy this book for the worst possible reasons Ã¢Â�Â� to inflate their self-esteem, to humiliate their friends and relatives, to complete their collection of Bowleriana. To whom we say: Why not buy three copiesT To those other, nobler spirits who seek nothing but elevation and instruction in these pages Ã¢Â�Â� for you we have nothing but admiration.
Peter Bowler has to his name several published books, most of which are, as the French say, introuvable, lending them an intrinsic attraction for those who cultivate the unattainable. He lives with his patient and beautiful wife Diana in an idyllic sub-tropical coastal town, and hopes one day to rule the world.