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  • StuckfastStuckfast Frets: 439
    I'm reading a book with the amazing title of Astrology & The Third Reich.

    It's much less trashy than that sounds, and actually very interesting -- a history of astrology from the 18th Century onwards which tries to explain why it was so hugely popular in Germany in the 30s and 40s.
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  • EricTheWearyEricTheWeary Frets: 7497
    PhilW1 said:
    I don’t know if these have been mentioned already but three I really enjoyed and the only books I’ve read more than once are 
    Catch 22
    One flew over the cuckoos nest and 
    To kill a mocking bird
    To Kill a Mockingbird was ruined for me by English Literature O Level " although I have the idea I should read it for pleasure one day. 






    * sort of GCSES for cave men. 
    Dum dum dum, dum dum de dum, dum dum dum, dum dummmm.
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  • jpttaylorjpttaylor Frets: 335
    Just finished Walter Isaacson’s biography of Da Vinci - brilliant, as is his one on Steve Jobs.
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  • CloudNineCloudNine Frets: 2597
    Just finished Crime & Punishment last week, which I really liked, if a little depressing at times. And for a complete change, have just started Pandora's Star by Peter F Hamilton, as I have never really read any sci-fi (aside from Dune and maybe a couple of other rubbish ones). Bought one of his other books in a charity shop, but decided this one might be a better place to start.
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  • d8md8m Frets: 2396
    edited January 14
    Just finished Sourdough by Robin Sloan.

     Next up is Into the wild by John Krakauer.

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  • jonnyburgojonnyburgo Frets: 6344
    "The Big Midweek" By Steve Hanley, the story of his 20yrs as bass player with The Fall, most entertaining it is too.
    "OUR TOSSPOT"
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  • The Bedlam Stacks by Natasha Pulley
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