Long Walk to Freedom - Nelson Mandela
The Secret River by Kate Grenville, and Ulysses by James Joyce
Enduring Love by Ian McEwan. Strange book, but I'm enjoying it
The Great Hunt by Robert Jordan (RIP).
Reading the whole series again...EPIC.
One Fifth Avenue - Candace Bushnell. It's good so far, a lot of characters though with confusing story lines, but I'll get used it, it's only reading for pleasure!
I just finished "Voice of the Gods" by Trudi Canavan.
Good series, but I found the "big suprise" at the end kind of obvious :-/
Black Magician trilogy was a lot better I think.
Just finished Wuthering Heights. Started Blood River by Tim Butcher, may dads been going on about how amazing it is for ages. He's right so far!
She is come undone - Wally Lamb. A little depressing but I liked the ending.
The Dragon Reborn - Robert Jordan.
Just finished Breaking Dawn. My bus book is The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton, but I'm also reading Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy.
Currently reading Empress by Karen Miller.
Quite enjoying it actually. Hekat is a weird character.
Just finished Jodi Picoult - Vanishing Acts. Starting Sylvia Plath - The Bell Jar, have wanted to read it for years, so have high hopes for it.
I just finished reading a book called How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff, thought it was AWFUL! I read Just In Case, another of her boosk a while back and thought that was good, Lord know why I thought this was going to be any better!