just started to read war horse by Michael Morpurgo ^^
'What a Carve Up!' by Jonathan Coe
I think I'm going to read 'Random Acts of Heroic Love' by Danny Scheinmann next. Anybody know if it's any good?
Deborah Tannen - You just don't understand
To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
The Shakespeare Secret - J.L. Carrell
Keeping Faith by Jodi Picoult.
Dark is the moon- Ian Irvine
The rise and fall of the third chimpanzee- Jared Diamond
Ah, I've finished Children of Dune.
I'm now reading, Edward Said - Orientalism
And I'm also going to start a Terry Pratchett, I think.
A Feast for Crows by George RR Martin.
I've been hearing about asoiaf for years, but all anyone ever told me about was the high death toll. If you'd told me about murderous shadow-babies and the creepy incestuous vibes everywhere, I may have been tempted to pick it up.
the beautiful and the damned by f scott fitzgerald. it is quite good, but i just want to be finished with it so i can read some hardy or something.
Gormenghast - Mervyn Peake
Fieldwork- Mischa Berlinski
Bill Bryson - The Thunderbolt Kid. I read a previous novel of his (A short history of nearly everything) and it was one of the very few books I stopped reading about half way through. This one however so far seems good, and relates to some of the stuff I used to get up to as a kid, haha.