Mainland UK only. Royal Mail second class shipping included in the price.
For alternative shipping options (e.g. first class and some international shipping) please navigate to Alternative shipping options section at the bottom of this page.
For countries not listed, please order through a UK or your own local bookseller, or contact us via the Contact form.
How to find us:
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Ask for the title at your local book shop
They'll possibly have to order it for you, but they do have the details.
You can order My Glorious Journey... in a Waterstones store or online:
Book shop owners & buyers
The title is listed on Gardners - although we'll be happy to supply you directly.
Paul Rapley, My Glorious Journey told in real time by Mithridates the Magnificent
[The author is named as Paul Rapley because we couldn't register Mithridates across all that time and space.
The ISBN number is unique to the book, and provides sufficient information to identify it.]
We'll be happy to ship MGJ to you as singles or in multiples of 14. Rates to be agreed mutually.
If you spot us - best to buy Mith's book there and then, lest you kick yourself for not having snaffled the perfect present for that sceptical 12-120-year-old [though we reckon keen 10-year-old readers will like it, too]. You might also get it signed on behalf of Mith.
However, we recommend that you get Mithridates' book from your bookshop or directly from us via one of the buttons on this page.
But be warned: the shif-labeb plant doesn't care about the sensibilities of those that run our schools, so many banned but oft-used words appear (though there's definitely no effing and blinding whatsoever - in English, that is).
mainland UK only. Royal Mail first class shipping. Tax free.
NORWAY ONLY EU tax regulations are too complex and country-specific for us to deal with. [BTW, we are Remainers]
Royal Mail International Economy shipping - Your Post Office will collect the GST (which we understand presently to be Canada 5%; Australia 10%)