What book are you reading now / or recommend?

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  1. Ifwecouldjust.......

    Ifwecouldjust.......

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    Sleeping Beauties - Stephen and Owen King
     
  2. feelymcfeel

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    I'm re-reading His Dark Materials prepping for The Book of Dust, which I've been waiting for since it was first announced probably getting on for 15 years ago.
     
  3. Garrinchas---Dog

    Garrinchas---Dog

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    Just finished The Force by Don Winslow
    It was ok,Not as good as the reviews painted it to be
    Felt like I was reading the script for Training Day,or any other crooked cop film for that matter

    Got a 2nd hand copy of Eating Smoke by Chris Thrall for Christmas (it's the thought that counts) so will start that soon
     
  4. taleofbluehalves

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    What the dog saw-Malcolm Gladwell. Good stuff!
     
  5. Esteban de la Sexface

    Esteban de la Sexface

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    Not enough pictures?
     
  6. Tim of the Oak

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    Johnny Marr’s autobiography, “Set the Boy Free”.
     
  7. City Hobgoblin

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  8. SkyBlueTX

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    Just finished Ready Player One. Not exactly Shakespeare, but I found the 80’s nostalgia irresistible, especially the classic video games that figured heavily in the plot.

    Next up is Rothfuss’ Kingkiller chronicles.
     
  9. Trevor Morley's Tache

    Trevor Morley's Tache

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    Mark E Smith's Autobiography (again) - A great read.
     
  10. goldcoastblue

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    The spy who came in from the cold. Fucking brilliant imho. So many twists and turns
     

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