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The Overly Obnoxious OIK Operation By Jonathan Waite
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The Nyronds (first seen in the Eight-Man Austin) return in The Overly Obnoxious OIK Operation, in which a routine emergency on the homeship results in what seems like a golden opportunity for Zander... More > and Soren, but soon reveals hidden depths and dangers...< Less
obnoxious librarian from hades By Dennie Heye
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The tales of a librarian in a large bureaucracy, dealing with managers, cost reductions, helpdesks and other challenges.
obnoxious librarian from hades By Dennie Heye
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Satire from a librarian in a large bureaucracy, trying to survive boring meetings, clueless managers, reorganisations, offshored helpdesks and l-users (library users).
obnoxious librarian from hades By Dennie Heye
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The tales of a librarian in a large bureaucracy, dealing with managers, cost reductions, helpdesks and other challenges.
Are you being served and other recipes for disaster: more obnoxious librarian stories By Dennie Heye
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A new volume of tales from the obnoxious librarian, fighting outsourced helpdesks, clueless managers, annoying colleagues and overpaid consultants. Contains one bonus episode not published on the... More > blog (http://olfh.blogspot.com)< Less
Are you being served and other recipes for disaster: more obnoxious librarian stories By Dennie Heye
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A new volume of tales from the obnoxious librarian, fighting outsourced helpdesks, clueless managers, annoying colleagues and overpaid consultants. Contains one bonus episode not published on the... More > blog (http://olfh.blogspot.com)< Less
Are you being served and other recipes for disaster: more stories from the obnoxious librarian (US edition) By Dennie Heye
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A new volume of tales from the obnoxious librarian, fighting outsourced helpdesks, clueless managers, annoying colleagues and overpaid consultants. Contains one bonus episode not published on the... More > blog (http://olfh.blogspot.com)< Less
Are you being served and other recipes for disaster: more stories from the obnoxious librarian (US edition) By Dennie Heye
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A new volume of tales from the obnoxious librarian, fighting outsourced helpdesks, clueless managers, annoying colleagues and overpaid consultants. Contains one bonus episode not published on the... More > blog (http://olfh.blogspot.com)< Less
4 Brothers By Andrew Miller
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4 Brothers (originally titled 1 Brother) is an excellent childhood memoir by Andrew Miller that has been cruelly sabotaged by his three brothers. It would have been a beautifully written, insightful... More > and amusing account of growing up in Sydney through the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s but instead has become a questionably written, argumentative, and occasionally vulgar piece which has somehow turned out to be wholly entertaining. Few memories are agreed upon, and many are strongly, if not hotly, debated. What is, superficially at least, a nostalgic and entertaining read, also turns out to be a valuable and penetrating look into character, birth order, parenting techniques, world views and obnoxious personalities - from four brothers who remember their childhood very differently, yet who at the same time remain the closest of friends and the loyalist of companions.< Less
4 Brothers By Andrew Miller
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4 Brothers (originally titled 1 Brother) is an excellent childhood memoir by Andrew Miller that has been cruelly sabotaged by his three brothers. It would have been a beautifully written, insightful... More > and amusing account of growing up in Sydney through the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s but instead has become a questionably written, argumentative, and occasionally vulgar piece which has somehow turned out to be wholly entertaining. Few memories are agreed upon, and many are strongly, if not hotly, debated. What is, superficially at least, a nostalgic and entertaining read, also turns out to be a valuable and penetrating look into character, birth order, parenting techniques, world views and obnoxious personalities - from four brothers who remember their childhood very differently, yet who at the same time remain the closest of friends and the loyalist of companions.< Less