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The Thorn Birds (Troubadour Books)
The Thorn Birds (Troubadour Books)
"Epic 592 pager which enthralls, entertains and delights. Have read it about five times and I never tire of it."
Promises to Keep
Promises to Keep
"Another monster of a book. Very interesting take on what MIGHT have happened."
A Man on the Moon: The Voyages of the Apollo Astronauts
A Man on the Moon: The Voyages of the Apollo Astronauts
"Compulsive true story of the moon race and the people who made it happen told in superb fashion by self confessed space nut Andrew Chaikin."
Rude Tales and Glorious (Panther Books)
Rude Tales and Glorious (Panther Books)
"One of the funniest books ever written. Casts a whole new light on tales of old when knights were bold."
Managing My Life: My  Autobiography: The Autobiography
Managing My Life: My Autobiography: The Autobiography
"The amazing success story of the greatest football manager ever. Reads like a fantasy story if you're a United fan. Except it's all gloriously true."
The Big Picture
The Big Picture
"Enthralling page turner. Do not read this book if you're on a deadline. You won't be able to tear yourself away from it."
The Moon's a Balloon
The Moon's a Balloon
"One of the funniest autobiographies ever written (with just a hint of sadness in some parts). Niven is a cad but a thoroughly loveable one."
The Complete Chronicles of Narnia: Gift Book in Slipcase (The Chronicles of Narnia)
The Complete Chronicles of Narnia: Gift Book in Slipcase (The Chronicles of Narnia)
"The greatest collection of children's books ever. "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" was my favourite book as a child and even now I love to re-read all seven books."
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
"The first and by far the best of the Harry Potter series. Thank you J.K. Rowling for re-introducing the magic of children's literature and getting kids to read books."
Where am I Now-When I Need Me?
Where am I Now-When I Need Me?
"Bawdy, vulgar sometimes lewd but hysterically funny. A bit dated perhaps but a little-known treasure."