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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.
In Heaven, looking down on my family.
Under The Dome - Stephen King :stars4:
Of the Telegraph list, I have read:
A Short History of Nearly Everything - Bill Bryson
Labyrinth - Kate Mosse
The Time Traveler’s Wife -...
Richard Dawkins: The Greatest Show On Earth
No Logo by Naomi Klein. It's a re-read, and a little bit dated, but still ok.
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...
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...
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...
In Wiltshire, having an awkward dinner with extending family.
In a meat locker, sifting through frozen chunks of meat, looking for human remains. :whistling:
Reliving my life as a maid working in the house, where I was later accused of murdering the housekeeper and my master.
Borrowed The Witch of Portobello by Paulo Coelho, from a friend.
Borrowed from the library:
Flesh House - Stuart McBride
Notes from an...
Lol! Love that pic!
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:
Two fantastic books there. :)
Somewhere in France in 1209. I've just found a body in a river. :blink:
....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...
The Skin God - Richard Montanari
Special Topics in Calamity Physics - Marisha Pessl
Out - Natsuo Kirino
Stuck in Neutral - Terry Trueman
In London, working for the Ministry of Truth in what may or may not be 1984.
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