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  1. angerball

    How far ahead do you plan your reading?

    Not very far ahead. I usually have an idea about the next 2 or 3 books I want to read, but that can change when I finish my current book.
  2. angerball

    Where are you? (in the book you are reading) - please read 1st post

    In Heaven, looking down on my family.
  3. angerball

    Recently Finished

    Under The Dome - Stephen King :stars4:
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    100 Decade-Defining Books

    Of the Telegraph list, I have read: A Short History of Nearly Everything - Bill Bryson Labyrinth - Kate Mosse The Time Traveler’s Wife - Audrey Niffenegger The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold Bad Science - Ben Goldacre The Blind Assassin - Margaret Atwood The Amber Spyglass - Philip...
  5. angerball

    Recently Purchased/Borrowed

    Richard Dawkins: The Greatest Show On Earth
  6. angerball

    Current Non-Fiction reads

    No Logo by Naomi Klein. It's a re-read, and a little bit dated, but still ok.
  7. angerball

    Stephen King: Under the Dome

    I'm looking forward to this one, though King's latest stuff hasn't really impressed me. But I have a £45 gift voucher at WHSmith, so I may as well use it on this. :whistling:
  8. angerball

    What books do you re-read and why?

    Stephen King's The Stand is my most re-read book, because I just love the story. :whistling: There are plenty of others I re-read, pretty much anything that I really enjoyed.
  9. angerball

    Stuart McBride

    I recently read Flesh House, and wasn't all that impressed with it. But I think that could have to do with being a bit sick of the genre. I just found that it wasn't any different from the majority of the other serial killer thriller type books out there.
  10. angerball

    Where are you? (in the book you are reading) - please read 1st post

    In Wiltshire, having an awkward dinner with extending family.
  11. angerball

    Where are you? (in the book you are reading) - please read 1st post

    In a meat locker, sifting through frozen chunks of meat, looking for human remains. :whistling:
  12. angerball

    Where are you? (in the book you are reading) - please read 1st post

    Reliving my life as a maid working in the house, where I was later accused of murdering the housekeeper and my master.
  13. angerball

    Recently Purchased/Borrowed

    Borrowed The Witch of Portobello by Paulo Coelho, from a friend. Borrowed from the library: Flesh House - Stuart McBride Notes from an Exhibition - Patrick Gale The Great Stink - Clare Clark.
  14. angerball

    Lol! Love that pic!

    Lol! Love that pic!
  15. angerball

    Where are you? (in the book you are reading) - please read 1st post

    I'm in a Canadian prison in the 1850's. A psychiatrist has just stopped by and is asking my thoughts on an apple. :blink:
  16. angerball

    Recently Purchased/Borrowed

    Two fantastic books there. :)
  17. angerball

    Where are you? (in the book you are reading) - please read 1st post

    Somewhere in France in 1209. I've just found a body in a river. :blink:
  18. angerball

    The Dead Zone? how is it?

    ....and then in the 2000's it's pretty much miss....:whistling: I was a huge King fan, and would buy his books as soon as they came out, but after Duma Key, I don't think I'll bother.
  19. angerball

    What books have you read in 2008?

    The Skin God - Richard Montanari Special Topics in Calamity Physics - Marisha Pessl Out - Natsuo Kirino Stuck in Neutral - Terry Trueman The Perks of Being A Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky Duma Key - Stephen King Six Feet Over - Mary Roach Broken Angels - Richard Montanari The Memory...
  20. angerball

    Where are you? (in the book you are reading) - please read 1st post

    In London, working for the Ministry of Truth in what may or may not be 1984.
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