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What book are you reading?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Hilldodger, 1 Apr 2008.

  1. Hilldodger

    Hilldodger Über Member

    sunny Leicester
    I've just finished World Without End by Ken Follett - the follow up to the awesome Pillars of the Earth.

    1100 pages set in the 14th century - so good that I read it cover to cover in two days!

    I've just started My Enemy's Cradle by Sara Young - the story of a half jewish girl living in Nazi occupied Holland.
  2. Mort

    Mort Interstellar Overalls

    I've just finished "the Lost Rivers of London" and I'm now in the middle of Puckoon (for the thousandth time). Genius!
  3. Just reading, for the second time, a book about the home front in the Second World War (can't remember the title or the authour). Very interesting.
  4. Plax

    Plax Veteran

    21 CFR Part 820 Quality System Regulation.

    Much rather carry on reading Lords & Ladies by Terry Pratchett though. Far more entertaining.
  5. mondobongo

    mondobongo Über Member

    Tim Krabbe's The Rider a little slower than I thought it would be but its not bad.
  6. Smeggers

    Smeggers New Member

    The Gum Thief - Douglas Coupland
  7. tdr1nka

    tdr1nka Taking the biscuit

    The Third Policeman - Flan O'Brien.
  8. frog

    frog Guest

    Sun Tzu's Art of War. Strangely useful in the work environment.

    Home Guard Training Manual. Found as a reprint in a garden centre litrature section. Should I ever wish to sandbag the veg plot then I know just where to look to find out.

    Robin Hobb's Fool's Errand. A nice read.
  9. Milo

    Milo Veteran

    Melksham, Wilts
    George Orwell
    Homage to Catolonia.
  10. punkypossum

    punkypossum Donut Devil

    I loved Pillars of the Earth - will have to give this one a go!!!
  11. Maz

    Maz Guru

    La Víctima (Spanish version of "Final Victim" by Stephen J. Canell)
    An absolutely shoot ripoff of the Silence of the Lambs/Hannibal Lector books.

    Only reading it to improve my Spanish, which it is doing (and the book was free!)
  12. Arch

    Arch Married to Night Train

    York, UK
    Just having worked my way through Louis be Berniere's South American trilogy, and toyed with a couple of Saki short stories, I'm tackling John Irving's "Until I find You" again...
  13. OP

    Hilldodger Über Member

    sunny Leicester
    Do! It is equally as good as the first book and set in the same town. The historical detail is superb.
  14. Milo

    Milo Veteran

    Melksham, Wilts
    John Irvine was the guy that did trainspotting?
    If so good author.
  15. mondobongo

    mondobongo Über Member

    Irvine Welsh wrote Trainspotting.