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What are you reading?

Rumrat

War Hero
pinkprincess said:
Halting State by Charles Stross - not bad, not gripping.

and

The Science of the Discworld III, Darwin's Watch by Terry Pratchett, Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen. A a delightful series of books that contains both great science and the fun and the story that one associates with Terry Pratchett.

Which reminds me, I must collect my library card and see if any of my favourite horror writers have written anything new, my collection is old and has been read many times over.

Why don't you read something intelligent like little Donnie's mother, or Priscilla's new whip.
They have coloured pictures, so therefore are true. :twisted: 8O :D :wink:
 

trelawney126

War Hero
Rumrat said:
pinkprincess said:
Halting State by Charles Stross - not bad, not gripping.

and

The Science of the Discworld III, Darwin's Watch by Terry Pratchett, Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen. A a delightful series of books that contains both great science and the fun and the story that one associates with Terry Pratchett.

Which reminds me, I must collect my library card and see if any of my favourite horror writers have written anything new, my collection is old and has been read many times over.

Why don't you read something intelligent like little Donnie's mother, or Priscilla's new whip.
They have coloured pictures, so therefore are true. :twisted: 8O :D :wink:
Science Fiction. "First Great Western Timetable"
Noddy and the Temptress, and
Biggles Flies Undone
All have pictures and they too are coloured :wink:
 

Rumrat

War Hero
Pincher Martin OD. by Taffrail is a great read if you like historical tales.
It is a book about a sprog joining up during WW1 and his advancement up until the battle of Jutland.
It goes no further as it is a contemporary novel and is written in the period style. I enjoyed it.

The Hitler book by Henrik Eberle & Matthias Uhl is a fascinating insight into the actual events of Hitlers personal life, and is very revealing without the sensationalism of some novels.
 

Ballistic

War Hero
trelawney126 said:
Rumrat said:
pinkprincess said:
Halting State by Charles Stross - not bad, not gripping.

and

The Science of the Discworld III, Darwin's Watch by Terry Pratchett, Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen. A a delightful series of books that contains both great science and the fun and the story that one associates with Terry Pratchett.

Which reminds me, I must collect my library card and see if any of my favourite horror writers have written anything new, my collection is old and has been read many times over.

Why don't you read something intelligent like little Donnie's mother, or Priscilla's new whip.
They have coloured pictures, so therefore are true. :twisted: 8O :D :wink:
Science Fiction. "First Great Western Timetable"
Noddy and the Temptress, and
Biggles Flies Undone
All have pictures and they too are coloured :wink:

:thumbup: :D
 
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