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In reply to an earlier post on 29 Dec 2009 20:35:00 GMT
I. wilson says:
is this a real book? if so what is it about or is it to obvious?

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Dec 2009 20:36:16 GMT
I. wilson says:
any Rumpole book is agood read

Posted on 29 Dec 2009 20:45:34 GMT
I. wilson says:
cant believe the variety of books that people are reading . have just read the death of grass in one go, not exactly christmas reading ,very thought provoking

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 11:01:34 GMT
I am reading the fifith book in the black dagger brotherhood series called lover unbound

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 12:08:46 GMT
M. Jolliff says:
Charles Stross-Wireless
Bulwer Lytton - The Haunted and the Haunters
Jack Vance- The Dying Earth
Midnight Rose Collective- Euro Temps
and technically I'm still reading Spenser's Faerie Queen though I got distracted by christmas pressies

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 15:40:54 GMT
Isabel Roco says:
Women who run with wolves...very hard to follow.

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 16:05:00 GMT
Bic says:
Right now? This list.

Otherwise, 'Sea of Poppies' by Amitav Ghosh

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 17:07:32 GMT
1984 - George Orwell.

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 17:13:33 GMT
C. Rucroft says:
I loved 1984 when I read it, although very strange how his predictions have come true... x

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 17:16:54 GMT
The Gun Seller by Hugh Laurie, comic and brilliant just like its author

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 19:18:39 GMT
I'm now re-reading 'Education, Edukation, Edukashun,' by James Rainsford. I first found it on www.thetruthaboutbooks.com It's one of the funniest books I've ever read. There are reviews here:Education, Edukation, Edukashun

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 20:48:29 GMT
'Good Harbour' by Anita Diamant- it's a surprisingly good read. Then onto 'Very Valentine' by Adriana Trigiani. :)

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 21:41:51 GMT
DC Driscoll says:
'The Lacuna' by Barbara Kingsolver - her first novel for about 10 years. Having read 'The Poisonwood Bible' and 'Animal Dreams' by her, and having been very impressed by them, I just had to give this new one a go. I haven't got far enough with it to form a proper critical judgement yet, but am certainly enjoying it: I just wish I had more time to devote to it, as it is a big book and there are so many other distractions at this time of year.
In non-fiction I am reading 'The Cross and the Crescent' by Richard Fletcher, about the relations between christians and muslims in the early centuries of Islam. Not a heavy read by any means, but good clear-eyed and informative history.

Posted on 30 Dec 2009 22:18:20 GMT
Nat says:
I'm reading She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb, not great but I just started. Hoping it picks up.

Posted on 31 Dec 2009 09:29:55 GMT
Carol Wilson says:
Just finished Fever of The Bone by Val McDermid, thought it was excellent . What now????

Posted on 31 Dec 2009 10:02:30 GMT
I'm reading Love etc... by Julian Barnes. I would highly recommend it and its predecessor Talking it Over!

Posted on 31 Dec 2009 22:22:57 GMT
Last edited by the author on 31 Dec 2009 22:24:53 GMT
DeeGee says:
Bedtime reading is currently:
Virgil's The Aeneid
Favorite Tales from the Arabian Nights' Entertainments translated by Richard F Burton
Paradise Lost by John Milton
Determined this time to read all three by the end of March. Tried last year as well so not sure I will, but I certainly fall asleep fast.

Posted on 31 Dec 2009 22:34:38 GMT
L. Harris says:
I have just finished 'The Historian' am currently reading 'The White Queen' Philippa Gregory and have 'The Lost Symbol' next on pile.

Posted on 1 Jan 2010 12:59:45 GMT
Just started "The True Deceiver" by Tove Janssen, writer of "The Finn Family Moomintroll". Translated from Finnish this is one of her adult books.

Posted on 11 Jan 2010 22:57:54 GMT
I am reading the blind assassin by margaret atwood

Posted on 12 Jan 2010 11:06:07 GMT
Last edited by the author on 12 Jan 2010 11:11:32 GMT
The Lost Symbol -- Dan Brown. I'm not a great fan of Dan Brown - I thought his Da Vinci Code was a badly written morass from start to finish. The Lost Symbol ( a Christmas present from my son, so I have to read it!) is full of meaningless references which confuse and, quite frankly, bore the pants off me. But, I will persist and hopefully enjoy (but please, please, please not another film based on this!) I've also recently read Bog Standard Britain by Quentin Letts -- funny but tragic.

Posted on 12 Jan 2010 12:00:37 GMT
K. Floyd says:
Born of Night by Sherrilyn Kenyon. About to start second in the series of three, Born of Fire.

In reply to an earlier post on 12 Jan 2010 12:25:37 GMT
Have just finished 'Finding Forever 2 - The Night of the Eighth Day which is the sequel to Finding Forever. Hope there's a third one in the series at some point - they were extremely well written and contained a lot of passion and raw emotion.

Posted on 12 Jan 2010 15:21:51 GMT
I'm reading The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Steig Larsson, and also Friends Like These by Danny Wallace, and listening to the audiobook of The Lovely Bones in anticipation of the film. I forgot how much I liked this book when I read it the first time.

Posted on 12 Jan 2010 15:49:49 GMT
Ginny says:
The Stepsister Scheme by Jim C. Hines, & it's awesome. It's faerietales with a twist.
I've nearly finished it & next on the list is Rosemary & Rue by Seanan McGuire.
As you can tell I love dark, modern faerie novels.
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