If my fervent impressions of a city seem a small naïve, afterwards I’ve intentionally worked for them to sojourn so. When we expostulate around a Hollywood Hills, so many of a houses are stranded precariously onto a side of high slopes.
I’m certain there’s a really plain engineering reason because they are totally safe, though to my untrained eye, a wooden supports seem comically exposed to a absolute healthy elements of LA that a humans usually only keep during bay. They simulate a cheerfulness and persistence of a city whose charm lies in a eager welcome of creativity and faith opposite a odds.
Flying, even now, seems like a really assumed activity, though if I’m going to Los Angeles afterwards we am calmed by a suspicion of a ocean, a food, and saying good friends…
Knock Three Times, a third book in Cressida Cowell’s The Wizards of Once series, is out now in hardback (Hodder Children’s, £12.99). The paperback is published on 14th May.
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