Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult
The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. I got it because everyone told me how great it was, but I didn't really expect to like it. However, it is wonderful!!!! At first I was thinking wth is this, but it's amazing!!!
After this i'm reading a Patricia Cornwall book. My teacher can get lost. I don't care if they aren't of any literary merit. I like them :P
Reading two at the moment...
Atlas Shrugged - Ayn Rand
Mein Kampf - Adolf Hitler
Physics of the Impossible - Michio Kaka
One Day- David Nicholls. Its really good so far...
Making another attempt at Finnegan's Wake. It's melting my brain.
The Dirt - Motley Crue autobiography.
Carrion Comfort, by Dan Simmons.
Also halfway through another couple of books/series, but focusing on this atm. Huge book though :|
far too much uni work to finish it at the moment but i'm about half way through the hobbit, again
Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
Only on chapter 3, but really good so far!
Well Johnny 5 i think you too like to read stories?
Mansfield Park-Jane Austen
Night Watch-Terry Pratchett
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. It's taking me a while but I'm really enjoying it! We 'read' Oliver (well, watched the musical and wrote about it like it was the book) in school and it scared me off Dickens a bit, glad I've given him another try now I'm a bit older. Also, we did a poem about Miss Havisham in school, and stupid clueless teenager I was then I had no idea where she came from, so it was a nice surprise when she turned up!
It's my birthday on Friday so hoping someone nice will by me something good to read next.
The Lyrics and Shorter Poems of P.B. Shelley, Sidney's Astrophel and Stella and due to a spiritual crisis Forster's lovely Maurice.