Nick Hornby - A Long Way Down
Scott Moncrieff's Proust. As I have been (fitfully) for several months - I'm enjoying it, but can only manage a few pages when I'm feeling tired, and I do most of my reading in bed, so it's taking forever.
Belgarath the Sorcerer by David Eddings. This carries on my current trend of re-reads, though I think I shall put it aside in favour of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, as it looks like I need to remember the story haha.
Vanishing Acts - Jodi Picoult
Proust got too much for me (and I finished a volume), so now I'm onto Charles Johnson's Lives of the Most Notorious Pirates, which is great fun.
Lady Chatterley's Lover, DH Lawrence.
Read it. It's awesome. xx
The Eye In The Door by Pat Barker for my Eng Lit wider reading. It's pretty good, not amazing though
Trainspotting -'tis good, I've never seen the film but it isn't half taking a while to get through, with all the Scots dialect!
Also, Regeneration, for obvious reasons, those who did the english lit A2!
I'm seriously running out of things to read. I don't have the money to buy new books, and don't have the time to go to a library!
Just finished re-reading the "Mat" bits from Knife of Dreams by Robert Jordan. Good book.
Embers by Sándor Márai
Just finished To kill a mockingbird