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best book?

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7y, 3d agoPosted 7 years, 3 days ago
Wasp Factory by Ian Banks
Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

whats yours?
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7y, 3d agoPosted 7 years, 3 days ago
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#1
angels and demons
dan brown
#2
I read 2 books most weeks - I am such a bookworm. I couldnt possibly list just one!............reading Patrick Swaye's autobiography at the mo and its fantastic.

Loved 'Tis" and "Angela's Ashes" by Frank McCourt - just brilliant. But then my 10yr old son who thankfully is also a 'reader' just finished the Beano's new annual lol and said was best book he has ever read haha!!

Everyone has their different type of 'read'
#3
bossyboots
I read 2 books most weeks - I am such a bookworm. I couldnt possibly list just one!............reading Patrick Swaye's autobiography at the mo and its fantastic.

Loved 'Tis" and "Angela's Ashes" by Frank McCourt - just brilliant. But then my 10yr old son who thankfully is also a 'reader' just finished the Beano's new annual lol and said was best book he has ever read haha!!

Everyone has their different type of 'read'


i will read anything, including beano!, last book was the 1st twilight book, daughter lent me it.... a bit too soppy for me though. i am interested that patrick swayze book. why?
#4
i also loved Christopher reeves two books (aka superman) they are brilliant

goldie hawns book is really good

and a series of books called skulduggery pleasant
#5
Argos catalogue
#6
world war z
max brooks
#7
chezz2
i will read anything, including beano!, last book was the 1st twilight book, daughter lent me it.... a bit too soppy for me though. i am interested that patrick swayze book. why?


I nearly bought the Patrick Swayze's book in WHSmith as reduced to £12.99 but got it - thanks to a deal on this site - for £4.99 delivered from The Book People.

I am a big fan of his - his story is amazing, and unlike other celebs, this book hasnt been ghost written. (now am reading this back, quite sad really....but def no pun intended.)

My neighbour keeps going on about the twilight books. SHe was never a reader until she started on these and says they are amazing, but just not my cup of tea.

I used to be first in the queue for Sydney Sheldons books. They were just amazing
#8
iNSOMANiAC
Argos catalogue


ignoramous, the next catalogue is the tome pour l'homme de monde:)
#9
Catcher in the Rye

War and Peace
#10
Bone Collector - Jeffrey deaver
#11
micoo
Catcher in the Rye

War and Peace


oh fav book catcher in the rye, war and peace really?
#12
chezz2
oh fav book catcher in the rye, war and peace really?


holden is def my fave, war and peace is amazing but it takes time to get going, "the wealth of nations" is another of my faves but not really fiction lol
#13
micoo
holden is def my fave, war and peace is amazing but it takes time to get going, "the wealth of nations" is another of my faves but not really fiction lol


that is interesting as war and peace is a sort of epitome of a bind of a read. i once read crime and punishment as a simillar exercise, not bad, but not as accessable as say dickens. have you read 1984 by george orwell?
#14
chezz2
that is interesting as war and peace is a sort of epitome of a bind of a read. i once read crime and punishment as a simillar exercise, not bad, but not as accessable as say dickens. have you read 1984 by george orwell?


ye i have, i was honestly a wee bit dissapointed by it due to the fact everybody i spoke to had praised it soo much but it was still a really good read, one of my favs, catch 22 is another lol
#15
micoo
ye i have, i was honestly a wee bit dissapointed by it due to the fact everybody i spoke to had praised it soo much but it was still a really good read, one of my favs, catch 22 is another lol


read catch 22- liked it, how about irvine welsh and hunter s thompson?
#16
Dune series and gormenghast trilogy. but dont read much these days. too much hukd. lol.
#17
zurich
Dune series and gormenghast trilogy. but dont read much these days. too much hukd. lol.


i found dune too heavy with daft names, i could not get into it even tho liked setting/concept. not tried gormenghast.
#18
The Red Dahlia by Lynda La Plante

Anything with Spot the Dog :)
#19
chezz2
i found dune too heavy with daft names, i could not get into it even tho liked setting/concept. not tried gormenghast.


if you found dune a bit heavy i'd stay well clear of gormenghast. :)
#20
mine is not one book in particular but the author reg mackay rip this year, lots of glasgow gangster type related very good.

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