Shopaholic & Sister by Sophie Kinsella as part of the shopaholic series interesting read so far
Frankenstein for my course, and Beyond Good and Evil in my spare time online.
the virgin of flames by chris abani
interesting if you are looking for something different, well written but with lots of weird characters. a completely different side of los angeles to what you'd imagine.
Just finished Let it Bleed by Ian Rankin one of the one's from the Rebus series and thoroughly enjoyed it. I have now started The Hard Way by Lee Child.
I've just finished reading The Shining by Stephen King which I loved. Now I'm reading another book of his called The Dark Half.
The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Gone with the Wind ....
I know i am gonna cry ..but I love it
Oscar Wilde - The Picture of Dorian Gray
very nice story, like it very much
Beowulf - the Seamus Heaney translation. Love Heaney. I can imagine so much of the personality of Anglo-saxon that might be lost in other translations is kept so fresh! It's one of my favourite opening lines.
Madness by Marya Hornbacher.
I finished Riding Rockets by Mike Mullane last night, and I've just started on Moondust: In search of the men who fell to earth by Andrew Smith. I'm in a rut of only reading space books at the moment.
you guys that're reading books at the mo, do you have exams to do/are you meant to be revising?
cause I pretty much wont let myself get into a book cause I've lots of work to do.