I'm trying to get through Number 9 Dream by David Mitchell, but homework keeps bogging me down. It's a good book, though. I originally bought it because I really liked another novel by the author, Ghostwritten. It's a great read.
JonK said:reading.....very very slowly....To Rule The Waves: How The British Navy Shaped The Modern World by Arthur Herman. Fascinating.
Peanuts said:In the last two weeks I finished: The Count of Monte Cristo, Memoirs of a Geisha, Falling Leaves, My Sister's Keeper and The Mayor of Casterbridge, and I must say, I am quite 'read-out' right about now. But I am always looking for a good book, so I will be checking back on this thread to create a new 'to-read' list
lostprophet said:I'm re-reading Peter F Hamiltons "Night's Dawn" trilogy, only another 2500 odd pages to go
JTHphoto said:i was just talking to my wife about this book a few days ago, saying it would probably be a good read. what did you think of it?
You should get Dan Brown's titles. I used to read 'em even while driving! Never knew I could get so glued.JTHphoto said:I have been reading (trying to read) Crichton's "State of Fear" since February... i'm only halfway through it... not totally impressed so far... i like a book that makes you stay up until 4am because you just can't put it down...
Mohain said:Currently reading Foundation by Issac Asimov.
Ahhh marvellous Have you read Pandora's Star and Judas Unchained yet?
Currently reading Foundation by Issac Asimov.