Ew, don't be a book snob. I wouldn't even condemn someone for reading Marian Keyes
Nicholas Nickleby - Charles Dickens.
Atonement by Ian McEwan, it's beautiful escapism.
Im reading more of that than i am of Contemporary Linguistics by O'Grady, Dobrovolsky and Katamba, need to re-address the revision vs pleasure balance
The communist Manifesto. Just finished 'thus spoke zarathustra'.
"Before They Are Hanged" by Joe Abercrombie. It's immense.
Vikram Seth- An equal music
im reading remember me by sophie kinsella. got through about a third at the moment...and its as amusing as the rest of kinsella's books
The Curious incident of the dog in the night-time - Mark Haddon
Atonement - Ian McEwan
I finished reading Only half of me by Raageh Omar (sp?), it was for a module on my course but a really interesting book, opened my eyes for sure.
Currently just started reading The bang bang club... it's about a group of photojournalists who documented the aparthied in south africa, fab book for any budding photojournalist.
The Electric-Kool Aid Acid Test