Nothing But Blue Skies
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Nothing But Blue Skies

by Tom Holt
Release date: 2001
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy
Tags: humor

There are very many reasons why British summers are either non-existent or, alternatively, held on a Thursday. Many of these reasons are either scientific, mad, or both - but all of them are wrong, especially the scientific ones.

The real reason why it rains perpetually from January 1st to December 31st (incl.) is, of course, irritable Chinese Water Dragons.

Karen is one such legendary creature. Ancient, noble, near-indestructible and, for a number of wildly improbable reasons working as an estate-agent, Karen is irritable quite a lot of the time.

Hence Wimbledon.

But now things have changed and Karen's no longer irritable.

She's furious.

 

(updated 2017-01-17)

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