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Old 10-07-2008, 05:54 PM
stax
 
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anything by Cormac McCarthy
anything by Larry McMurtry
anything by Primo Levi
 
Old 10-07-2008, 06:14 PM
Mark Corrigan
 
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I hope to buy this book at some point over the weekend.

Ive read his other 3 books and enjoyed them all very much



http://www.amazon.co.uk/Friends-Like.../dp/0091896762
 
Old 10-07-2008, 06:28 PM
no fun
 
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most will have read it, but if not you must read "we need to talk about kevin" by lionel shriver

my books for my holidays ;

crime - irving welsh
the truth commissioner - david parks
in the woods - cant remember the author
my father and other working class heroes - gary immlac
the last straight face - eric allanson
 
Old 10-07-2008, 06:32 PM
Billy Baroo
 
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most will have read it, but if not you must read "we need to talk about kevin" by lionel shriver

my books for my holidays ;

crime - irving welsh
the truth commissioner - david parks
in the woods - cant remember the author
my father and other working class heroes - gary immlac
the last straight face - eric allanson
of tour commentary fame?
 
Old 10-07-2008, 06:32 PM
suedeshoes
 
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most will have read it, but if not you must read "we need to talk about kevin" by lionel shriver
my books for my holidays ;

crime - irving welsh
the truth commissioner - david parks
in the woods - cant remember the author
my father and other working class heroes - gary immlac
the last straight face - eric allanson

I love the way you hide your wind-ups behind seriousness. You'll get a few actually reading that shite with a statement like that. Scamp.
 
Old 10-07-2008, 06:34 PM
no fun
 
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I love the way you hide your wind-ups behind seriousness. You'll get a few actually reading that shite with a statement like that. Scamp.
each to his own mr shoes, I thought it was flipping splendid
 
Old 10-07-2008, 07:06 PM
iamwaiting
 
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At a charity shop near you-Piers Morgan - The Insider.
Full of lies but he knows that you know that he knows etc.
V.easy to read and full of stuff about politicians creeping round Murdoch's arse.
Also I've never been able to watch "Have I got news for you" since I read the book. You'll not be surprised to hear that that display of sparkling impromptu wit is a nothing of the sort. How I manage to stay so naive at my age is shameful.

Do not buy-charity shop it. It'll probably be Piers Morgan's only contribution to society and he'll hate it.

And yes he's a loathsome gooner twat and ABU.
 
Old 10-07-2008, 07:28 PM
Dueling Banjos
 
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Well Remembered Days by Arthur Mathews, one of the Father Ted writers. Funny as f***. If you like Father Ted you'll enjoy this book.



"Already the 1914-1918 war was raging in Europe and many Irishmen had gone to "The Front", a pub on the quays, where they would discuss the latest news from the battlefields and argue about the rights and wrongs of volunteering for service."
 
Old 10-07-2008, 08:20 PM
TripDownMiseryLane
 
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some great calls there. I hate reviews by journos and often stand in waterstones with my head in my hands - so thanks lads.

Just finishing Nemesis by that c*** max hastings. terrific read about the end of the war with the japs. Cracking book if you like your history or are interested in asian / japanese culture or how mad we humans can get.

Hitler Hastings is still a c*** though
 
Old 10-07-2008, 08:30 PM
Horst_ Bucholst
 
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ive just borrowed
flashman and the redskins and flashman at the charge nearing the end of this brilliant series of books now .
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