What are you reading?

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Aaron

  • Saturday 7th July 2007, 3:26am [Edited]
  • Royal Berkshire, England
  • 68,390 posts

So here's the ungodly bastard lovechild of the classic What are you listening to now? and, erm, Toilet Literature threads.

What are you reading at the moment? Be honest.

I'll start off by saying that although I'm trying to work my way through numerous tomes, the main two are presently:
London: The Biography by Peter Ackroyd and Underground London: Travels Beneath the City Streets by Stephen Smith.

Next one up (well, next interruption anyway) will of course be JKR's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

So, anyone else?

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Matthew Stott

  • Saturday 7th July 2007, 3:39am
  • Yemen
  • 19,296 posts

'Orson Welles-Hello Americans', the second part of Simon Callows three volume biography of the great man.

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Lee

  • Saturday 7th July 2007, 3:40am
  • Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
  • 36,344 posts

I'll admit, I don't read many books. I find it very hard to keep focus, maybe I need glasses? But I read the first pages very enthusiastically and then think, "I can't be f**king bothered, I'll watch the film!"

It's annoying, me being a writer, I need to read books to learn the different techniques, but it's just not happening lately.

Up until recently I was a Pro Wrestling fan :D (let's not have that discussion now) So my answer would be, the Ric Flair Biography 'To Be the Man' or something?. I'm half way through reading it, I took a brake from it, about May last year.

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Nick Rivers

  • Saturday 7th July 2007, 3:43am
  • England
  • 1,036 posts

The Wind Up Bird Chronicle - Murakami.

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SlagA

  • Saturday 7th July 2007, 3:46am
  • Blackwood, Wales
  • 5,335 posts

Brave New World - Aldois Huxley
Guderian's World War 2 memoirs
Cannabalism in the Car - Mark Twain

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Chappers

  • Saturday 7th July 2007, 4:36am
  • Surreyish., England
  • 30,559 posts

This thread!

I'm like Leevil though. Don't seem to be able to make time to read. I'm halfway through "Me Moir" - Vic Reeves autobiograhy which I started reading in January.

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Charley

  • Saturday 7th July 2007, 5:54am
  • HERTS, England
  • 6,839 posts

The five people you meet in Heaven.

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Wildjesusfishkid

  • Saturday 7th July 2007, 6:05am
  • Kent, England
  • 1,127 posts

Oscar Wilde Biog'.

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zooo

  • Saturday 7th July 2007, 6:06am [Edited]
  • United Kingdom
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Quote: David Chapman @ July 6, 2007, 11:36 PM

I'm halfway through "Me Moir" - Vic Reeves autobiograhy which I started reading in January.


Me too!

And this, again...

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Reiss Ellesse

  • Monday 9th July 2007, 2:17am
  • Cognac (Charente Region 16), France
  • 447 posts

Willy Russell's "The Wrong Boy" Eh By Gum tis a lovely read on't patio wit a nice chilled Rose and some mint match makers. I'd get ev-ry-one on it if i owned a book shop... by the words just take breath away.

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mechazawa

  • Wednesday 11th July 2007, 5:10pm
  • galaxy, far far away, England
  • 19 posts

i am reading the god delusion by Richard Dawkins at the moment, it is quite interesting.

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Darren Goldsmith

  • Wednesday 11th July 2007, 5:58pm
  • England
  • 798 posts

'Six Not-So-Easy Pieces' by Richard Feynman...

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Dave

  • Wednesday 11th July 2007, 8:13pm
  • United Kingdom
  • 1,171 posts

A thriller called Good News Bad News.

Next will be Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

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mechazawa

  • Wednesday 11th July 2007, 8:52pm
  • galaxy, far far away, England
  • 19 posts

can't wait for new harry potter book either lol