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Hmm... that didn't last long. :-?

Anyhoo, just finished the first six volumes of Piers Anthony's Incarnations of Immortality series, can't find volume seven for love nor money.

Just started Thud by Terry Pratchett.

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I'm slowly working my way through Stephen Kings Dark Tower series. Done the first 3 (of 7) and needed a change so I've read.

Chuck Palahniuk(The guy that wrote fight club) - Lullaby

And yet to read...
Michael Crichton - State of Fear
Chuck Palaniuk - Haunted

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I've just finished reading the ingredients on my innocent smoothie :cool:

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I've just finished reading the ingredients on my innocent smoothie :cool:
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get some beer ya puff :wink:

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most of the way through this book atm. it goes some way in explaining a lot of current affairs

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I've jus finished reading the ingredients list on the back of tescos rice crackers!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :roll:

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LadEraver wrote:
I've jus finished reading the ingredients list on the back of tescos rice crackers!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :roll:


Where they dry?

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Crackers you say? :googlyeyes:

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im reading watership down nearly finished it aswell

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LadEraver wrote:
I've jus finished reading the ingredients list on the back of tescos rice crackers!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :roll:


Where they dry?

:roll:


As a nuns gash!!!

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not read a book in ages but this one sometime ago:
Slaughterhouse 5 by Kurt Vonnegut
freaky book :googlyeyes: pretty good actually


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Just about finished valentino rossi,s autobiography"what if i had never tried it"

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Finished Thud! last night.

Not sure what I'll read next yet...

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Reading John Peel's autobiography (half by him, half by his wife) - Margrave of the Marshes, crackin' read, gotta be one the few books that actually reads as the man spoke, if that makes sense. You can almost hear his voice in ya head as ya read it. Well recommended! :cool:

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Decided to have an early night but started reading The Wasp Factory by Iain Banks instead. Only put it down when the little'un woke up at about half midnight. :eusa_doh:

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Decided to have an early night but started reading The Wasp Factory by Iain Banks instead. Only put it down when the little'un woke up at about half midnight. :eusa_doh:


Finished it last night. Good book.

Might re-read Slaughter House 5 now after Kryb mentioned it. :D

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Double Drop wrote:
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Decided to have an early night but started reading The Wasp Factory by Iain Banks instead. Only put it down when the little'un woke up at about half midnight. :eusa_doh:


Finished it last night. Good book.

Might re-read Slaughter House 5 now after Kryb mentioned it. :D


The Wasp Factory is a very good book. Some very dark comedy there!

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not read much in ages :shock: i did read "relics" by sean hudson on holiday tho, some serious drug fuelled gang bang shenanigans going on :lol:

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Currently reading 'Couples who kill' by Carol Anne Davis

Pretty good so far. A little grotesque in places but interesting all the same

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not read much in ages :shock: i did read "relics" by sean hudson on holiday tho, some serious drug fuelled gang bang shenanigans going on :lol:

I used to read loads of shaun hutson n other horrors yrs ago..he rocks...try assains by him..sick stuff :twisted:

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