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  • Premier Icon coolhandluke
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    Wool

    Got great reviews on radio 2 book club a few months ago.

    toys19
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    I am tempted by this http://www.davidbyrne.com/art/books/bicycle_diaries/

    Just read The Demon Haunted World by Carl Sagan which is a manifesto for rational thinkers and a bloody good read.

    Or american fiction cant be topped by anything Elmore Leonard ever wrote, crackling dialogue, clever plots, he is the best.

    As you do so much gravitating..

    rwc03
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    Bit of J.G. Ballard perhaps? Cocaine Nights would be a good start.

    I’m revisiting Jeeves and Wooster at the moment, which are light but very funny and well written.

    Boba Fatt
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    I could do with something to read. Got a few sitting here but can’t get into any of them so I need something I wouldn’t normally pick (tend to gravitate towards music biographies)

    I’ve enjoyed the books of Nick Hornby and Douglas Coupland and I tend to gravitate towards American fiction.

    CountZero
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    As well as David Byrne’s Bicycle Diaries, which is very good, BTW, how about his other book, How Music Works.

    toys19
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    CZ I have the music one waiting on my shelf. Looking forward to reading it.

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