little-b (buzzylittleb) wrote,

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Not Gone Yet: Meme-itty

Tagged by helleboredoll whose text was Roy Orbison in Cling-Film.

1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the next 4-7 sentences on your LJ along with these instructions.
5. Don't you dare dig for that "cool" or "intellectual" book in your closet! I know you were thinking about it! Just pick up whatever is closest (unless it's too troublesome to reach and is really heavy. Then go back to step 1).

The first book I grabbed didn't have 125 pages even when I counted the cover.

So I picked the book under it.
"You're welcome." Solo grinned
They walked along the corridor and met the inspector coming from the dance floor. He said, "We've cleared out the small fry. Now for the big catch"
They found Anna Soo Lee sitting in her throne chair.

muncle book no 4
The Stone_Cold in the Market Affair
Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin, UNCLE's trouble-shooter, find themselves in Wales in a desperate bid to foil THRUSH's unscruoulous plans for world take-over</blockqote>

Are you hoping for a MUNCLE/Torchwood crossover too? I always liked madly-lusted over Illya. I answered a pop-quiz "Who was an enemy of Stalin" with Kuryakin. Sadly only my history teacher thought it was funny

And the one that didn't make it to 125 pages:
muncle book five
The Finger In The Sky Affair
Five major air crashes in two months - the cause of all of them a complete mystery. In each case the plane's instruments were working perfectly, the crew was in command, and ground-control in contact. Then the craft would suddenly nose-dive into the runway as it came in to land, killing most of the inhabitants. Those who weren't killed outright die mysterious deaths shortly after.
The men from UNCLE make a dash from New York to Nice to track down the THRUSH agents behind the monstrous master-plan that is gradually becoming clearer. But not before Illya Kuryakin and Napoleon Solo are betrayed by the ones they trust and nearly annihilated by a desperate enemy

Seriously, these were sitting on my scanner, waiting to delight you. (Well, for me to scan them and you to squee)
Tags: muncle, old+books

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