What book are you reading at the moment ?

aqualung

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What is everyone reading atm ?

I'll start :

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand ( reading for the 3rd time it's absolutely brilliant)
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the Sandman series by Neil Gaiman ( also a work of art ) ;)

Anyone else ?
 

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I don't think I've read an entire book in the last 5 years. Sad hey? I just don't enjoy reading. I wonder what that says about my mental ability.
 

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The Last Hero by Peter Forbath

Its about Stanley (the Livingston one) in the time of the madhi...
 

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Reading Disgrace atm. Very good book with an interesting perspective of the South African political situation. Highly recommended :)
 

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Reading "the Message Remix" by Eugene H Peterson ;) :D
 

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I'm reading "The Catcher in the Rye" by J.D Salinger and "Losing my Virginity" by Richard Branson.
 

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Reading 'Lost for Words' by John humphreys. His opinion about mangling of english language and he picks on teenagers, politicians, business-speak and so on. His sense of humour also peeks through, one cant help but chuckle sometimes. See the start of book e.g.

"So just how mega is this then? A book on English. Never really meant to do it. No way. Then I'm like with my publisher? She's like yeah, John, everyone gets really uptight about the gash way we speak now. We need something fly, yeah? Like totally awesome? And I'm so like no way... I'm up to here with stuff? And she's like, tell me about it. But she blags me and we do a deal and I'm cool and she's like, Bless! Know what I mean?

You probably do know what I meant. It might have been a bit of a struggle but I dare say you will have got the meaning of that hideous paragraph in the end....If you were fifteen years old you'd have had no problem - ...."
 

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The World According to Clarkson by Jeremy Clarkson
 

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The colour of law by Mark Gimenez and The broker by John Grisham and and :D The ghost that closed down the town by Arthur Goldstuck the same guy who heads World wide worx
 

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Hmmm getting some ideas for what to read next - Lost for Words ' sounds great and so does the Clarkson book.

Oh,anyone read Freakonomics ? ( nonfiction ) An irreverent and very telling look at the economics of life in the real world ...by an off the wall but brilliant economist...
 

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Anyone read To kill a mocking bird in one of the books I have read they talk a lot about to kill a mocking bird and it sounds interesting
 

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Not reading anything at the moment but I've ordered The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins so that'll be my next read.
 

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I've just finished "The Power of One" by Bryce Courtenay ... gives you alot to think about how the old days was in SA.

I also love all of Wilbur Smith's books ... reread them all the time:cool:
 

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Daniedj: Excellent book :D

Just finished reading Only Human - Tom Holt also very good :p
 
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Just finished :

The Bourne Ultimatum - Robert Ludlum
Memories of Midnight - Sidney Sheldon
The Naked Face - Sidney Sheldon

:)
 
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