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A year of adventure - on Kindle

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Still looking for that last minute stocking filler? Perhaps for a loved one? Like yourself?

Well, have you considered spending Christmas and New Year's with the Bastard Operator from Hell?

It costs less than the price of a pint to get your eyes round El Reg's collected BOFH 2011. Every one of the Simon and the PFY's adventures on your Kindle device of choice.

It's the perfect read whether you're looking for something to read while sitting out the holidays at the in-laws, something to take the edge of those painfully sober first days back in the office, or a bit of advice on how to get ahead in your chosen career in 2012.

So, unless you want to spend the rest of the year avoiding lift shafts, get downloading here now.

More Reg Kindle Books

The Best of The Register, 2011 (Dec '11)
The Life and Times of Steven Paul Jobs (Dec '11)
A brief history of Virtualisation (Dec '11)
Happy 40th Birthday Intel 4004 (Dec '11)

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