Bill Bryson-Notes from a small island
Back To The Future - Part 2 even though i've read it before its still rules!
Quite recently finished the autobiography written by George Orwell 'Down and Out in Paris and London' which was an amazing read and puts a 'human face on the statistics of poverty'. Now purchased the world renown novel 'To Kill a Mocking-Bird' written by Harper Lee.
i am reading a book for my university course, fascinating lol! oh well!
Bird song- Sebastian Folks
We - Yevgeny Zamyatin
Latin America - Noam Chomsky (again..)
High Tide - Jude Deveraux
White Teeth by Zadie Smith
Just finished reading The art of the Infinite - Robert Kaplan and Ellen Kaplan
I've got a few books I've read bits of too, although one of them is more a collection of short articles.
Just finished "The Stars My Destination" by Alfred Bester (more popularly known as "Tiger! Tiger!")
Ottakers have a pretty good 3 for two on old SF classics.
I just accidentally re-read Twelve by Nick McDonell instead of hard philosophy stuff. It's easy to read and funny and engaging, but much like Catcher in the Rye (which it seems to so often be compared to) it leaves me wondering if I've missed the grand stroke of genius that everyone else raves about.
confessions of an economic hit man-john perkins
a few surprising revelations
Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway, as part of my English reading list. Having quite a hard time getting into it to be honest.
Currently reading a number of books/plays:
A Midsummer Night's Dream- Shakepeare
The Lark- Jean Anoiuhl
The Lord of the Flies
Casino Royale - Ian Fleming
Very, very good.