General Discussion: what are you reading?


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AAA
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10012 posts since 15/12/02

15 Apr 2006 13:22
jezebel wrote: Just finished The Game - what a sad bunch of "individuals." Hope one out there is gonna take their advice.

You havent a clue women!

By the way anyone who can read a book a week has too much spare time
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15 Apr 2006 13:59
Matt - Choice wrote:
jezebel wrote: Just finished The Game - what a sad bunch of "individuals." Hope one out there is gonna take their advice.

You havent a clue women!

By the way anyone who can read a book a week has too much spare time


i didn't read it over a week.
Esc.
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4996 posts since 4/9/03

15 Apr 2006 14:22
Reading…….Jay McInerney - Story of my life
AAA
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10012 posts since 15/12/02

15 Apr 2006 14:26
jezebel wrote:
Matt - Choice wrote:
jezebel wrote: Just finished The Game - what a sad bunch of "individuals." Hope one out there is gonna take their advice.

You havent a clue women!

By the way anyone who can read a book a week has too much spare time


i didn't read it over a week.

The last part wasnt directed at you
Ellgal
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3757 posts since 21/1/02

15 Apr 2006 19:39
My Magpie Eyes are Hungry for The Prize - The Creaton Records Story


Load of shite
AAA
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10012 posts since 15/12/02

15 Apr 2006 20:00
I need a fun book for my holiday Tomorrow, give me some suggestions
guffer
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8474 posts since 28/5/04

9 May 2006 18:00
glen duncan - weathercock.

nearly finished it, my favourite book of his so far…
Bryx
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24 posts since 28/3/06

9 May 2006 19:00
Kafka on the shore - Haruki Marukami.

His books are just amazing!
Babtridge
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75 posts since 4/5/06

9 May 2006 19:42
Lunch Poems by Frank O'Hara:
Here's one example entitled 'Poem'

Wouldn't it be funny
if The Finger had designed us
to shit just once a week?

all week long we'd get fatter and fatter
and fatter and then on Sunday morning
whilst everyone's in church

ploop!

This is supposedly v good. Damned if I get it tho……..
So Fresh
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838 posts since 22/12/03

9 May 2006 23:21
the art of always being right - a.c grayling…..man is a fuckin genius
guffer
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8474 posts since 28/5/04

18 May 2006 16:00
dermophoria - craig clevenger

should finish it today….
MrPlatinum
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8939 posts since 24/2/04

18 May 2006 16:06
Jarhead - Anthony Swofford
guffer
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8474 posts since 28/5/04

22 May 2006 13:18
the master and margarita - bulgakov
denisovich
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996 posts since 14/6/05

22 May 2006 13:41
guffer wrote: the master and margarita - bulgakov

what did you think of this? i didn't rate it at all. there was a spell about 5 years ago when every twat in shoreditch had a copy clamped under his arm, god knows why. anyway - i thought well overrated..
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7513 posts since 16/6/03

22 May 2006 14:00
about to start The Understudy after I have finished this weeks Private Eye.
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guffer
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8474 posts since 28/5/04

22 May 2006 14:28
denisovich wrote:
guffer wrote: the master and margarita - bulgakov

what did you think of this? i didn't rate it at all. there was a spell about 5 years ago when every twat in shoreditch had a copy clamped under his arm, god knows why. anyway - i thought well overrated..

its ok so far, but i am only 100 pages in…
Irma Desh
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4347 posts since 13/5/04

22 May 2006 20:45
currently reading ( have been for a while now )

unspeek by steven poole

and

the dead emcee scrolls by saul williams


both quality
guffer
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8474 posts since 28/5/04

7 Jun 2006 10:31
herman hesse - steppenwolf
Cazerelli
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12039 posts since 16/5/03

7 Jun 2006 10:41
i'm gonna start Jarhead today hopefully if i don't get sidetracked.
antigroban
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524 posts since 10/3/05

7 Jun 2006 10:43
Re-reading The Flood by David Maine. Read it halfway before and was too busy to finish it.

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