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# 16 : Sunday 3-6-2012 @ 20:09
 
 
One Day by David Nicholls
The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
Look who it is! Alan Carr ( autobio)

Depending on humour, the above fill the spacious void of time
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# 17 : Sunday 3-6-2012 @ 20:13
 
 
Someone said :
The dark tower by stephen king

its feckin brilliant isnt it? im just starting the 6th book (after having read the first 5 and then the Wind Through the Keyhole.
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# 18 : Sunday 3-6-2012 @ 20:59
 
 
^^^ was in LOVE with the Dark Tower series when I read it years ago. I think Songs of Susannah is generally under appreciated. It is a chase scene novel really but it has some of the darker moments... from what I remember at least.

Picked up Wind through the Keyhole there recently. Nice little story, not integral to the overarching journey but it gives some excellent Mid-world pulp!
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# 19 : Sunday 3-6-2012 @ 21:09
 
 
Reading the following book:

http://books.google.ie/books/about/Sally_Cavanagh_or_The_untenant etc ...

Quite interesting, and the author himself extremely interesting!
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# 20 : Sunday 3-6-2012 @ 21:27
 
 
The Enchantress by Michael Scoot
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# 21 : Tuesday 5-6-2012 @ 18:33
 
 
Someone said :
^^^ was in LOVE with the Dark Tower series when I read it years ago. I think Songs of Susannah is generally under appreciated. It is a chase scene novel really but it has some of the darker moments... from what I remember at least.

Picked up Wind through the Keyhole there recently. Nice little story, not integral to the overarching journey but it gives some excellent Mid-world pulp!

yeah I agree WTTK is grand as a little stand alone, and there was one or two nice bits which gave me an insight in to Midworld (ie Old Star and Old Mother are possibly satellites?)

Just getting in to Song of Susannah now , cant wait

Have you read any of the DT comics? the Fall of Gilead and The Gunslinger Born are good for fleshing out Gilead
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# 22 : Tuesday 5-6-2012 @ 19:34
 
 
James Patterson - Kill Alex Cross.
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# 23 : Tuesday 5-6-2012 @ 19:40
 
 
Frankie Boyle Work Consume Die very funny not for the easily offended though
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# 24 : Tuesday 5-6-2012 @ 20:09
 
 
Someone said :

yeah I agree WTTK is grand as a little stand alone, and there was one or two nice bits which gave me an insight in to Midworld (ie Old Star and Old Mother are possibly satellites?)

Just getting in to Song of Susannah now , cant wait

Have you read any of the DT comics? the Fall of Gilead and The Gunslinger Born are good for fleshing out Gilead

have them all. have all the comics. enjoy the dark tower journey

am reading zero day by david baldacci. like him but this book is all about i'm in the army. did you know i was in the army? i do it this way because we do it this way in the army.
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# 25 : Friday 8-6-2012 @ 14:57
 
 
The Decipherment of Linear B by John Chadwick
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# 26 : Friday 8-6-2012 @ 16:49
 
 
beebo brinker by ann bannon
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# 27 : Friday 8-6-2012 @ 18:23
 
 
Just about to start reading The Help by Kathryn Stockett, cant wait to get stuck in.
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# 28 : Saturday 9-6-2012 @ 09:08
 
 
I'm about halfway through Solace by Belinda McKeon.

I'm enjoying it. Anyone from the country living in Dublin now will find a lot of themselves in it. I'm a little uncomfortable at times with how accurate it is. I'm not quite sure yet that it lives up to all the hype but it's certainly very engaging.
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# 29 : Saturday 9-6-2012 @ 23:37
 
 
Reading Rough Ride by Paul Kimmage.
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# 30 : Sunday 10-6-2012 @ 18:59
 
 
The Gift Of Rain - by Tan Twan Eng

...and I got a GIMBLE which is brill.
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