A very short introduction to the French Revolution.
The Philosopher at the end of the universe - Mark Rowlands
The Logic of Life: The Undercover Economist by Tim Harford
Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner
And my favourite of all at the minute 'The Great European Rip-off: How the Corrupt, Wasteful EU is Taking Control of Our Lives' by David Craig and Matthew Elliott
Goodnight, Beautiful by Dorothy Koomson
Reading it very slowly due to revision though -.-
Hannah and the Monk - Julia Bird
Written on the Body by Jeanette Winterson. I used to love Jeanette Winterson but this is the first I've read of her in over a year and it isn't going down to well. It just seems like a lot of pretentious, confusing metaphors about love strung together. Maybe it'll grow on me.
a collection of english elegies, and mourning and melancholia by freud. what a happy day.
Arthur Miller - All My Sons
Heart of Darkness - Joseph Conrad
Intermittently re-reading 'Hitler and the Holocaust' by Robert Wistrich
Anna Karenina - Leo Tolstoy
Just re-read Brighton Rock, in time for Exam Revision Time.
Reading Jane Eyre for the second time.
Was a few years ago when i first read it, didn't really take that much of it in. Enjoying it this time though.