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Your Most Read Book!!!

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by harri2000, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. John Marwood

    John Marwood I ♥ cryptic crosswords

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    Motorcycle maintenance?

    Where you up the showground yesterday?
     
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  3. John Marwood

    John Marwood I ♥ cryptic crosswords

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    Fly Fishing by J R R Hartley :D
     
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    basil don't mention the blinds

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    yellow pages........
     
  6. John Marwood

    John Marwood I ♥ cryptic crosswords

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    The Cat in the Hat meets the Hussy with a Pussy

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    Hmmm, a tought one, but I would say the most reread by me is actually a series of books, The Tower and The Hive series by Anne McCaffrey. Followed by The Lord Of The Rings (which I first read when I was 13), some James Herbert Books, the Harry Potter books, some other Anne McCaffrey books.

    To cheeer Age'd Parent up, we are up to Unseen Academicals, although we have to backtrack a bit to read A Hatt Full Of Sky and Wintersmith (already read Wee Free Men and I Shall Wear Midnight oddly... lol).

    Also in my preferred authors at the moment are Tom Holt (laugh myself silly), Trudy Canavan (I'm a bloke, but find female main characters a refreshing change for fantasy genre) and Raymond E Feist (read the Riftwar and Empire books, now onto the Conclave of Shadows books).

    Oh and not reread any Pratchett's yet, for the simple reason I only reread when I haven't anything new to read, and we buy a LOT of books. lol

    Regarding Frank Herbert, I read the Dune series of books when I was about 16, good books but not revisited them since.

    Now if you want a book you can lose your mind in (as opposed to losing your self in them) you should try a Robert Rankin book, or if you are feeling particularly bonkers, the Illuminatus! trilogy.

    Howard
     
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    age'd parent 50,000th poster!

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    Disc world is still my favorite reread, but I'm now reading the Sookie Stackhouse novels by
    Charlain Harris, my daughter tells me that they are a TV series called true blood.
    A nice light, don't have to think much at bed time, series of novels, but very original story lines
     
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    BBC News front page: "Five convicted in paedophile case". One of Enid Blyton's less popular books...
     

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