What book/e book are you reading at the moment !
Building Machine Learning Systems with Python, it’s bloody thrilling I can tell you.
I try not to read too many fiction books as they tend to totally absorb me and I then spend every spare moment reading the book instead of eating or the like.
EDIT: actually after I finish the above, I’m going to reread World War ZPosted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
Currently re-reading William Gibson’s Hubertus Bigend trilogy; read Pattern Recognition, currently just over half-way through Spook Country, to be followed at some point next week by Zero History.Posted 4 years ago
Love Gibson’s books, particularly these three, this’ll be the fourth or fifth time I’ve read them.
Reading them on my iPad, but I have the original first edition hardcovers too.bobgarrodMember
Agree with Mr Hoppy – I’m struggling with the first Reacher novel as well. Finding it very mundane. Just finished “the Beating of his Wings” last book of The Left Hand of God trilogy – a series that consistently went down hill after the first book. Now reading “Kill anything that moves” about the Vietnam war by Nick Turse. Amazing and appalling – telling the real story of the millions of South Vietnamese the Americans slaughtered. You can never look at another american film about Vietnam without realising what lying bastards they were/are about what really happened in Vietnam.Posted 4 years ago
@sausagefingers – I didn’t realise the individual books were split into mini books until a while ago. I’ve listened to “Wool” and “Shift” and I’m waiting for “Dust” (I think it’s called), well worth the £7 I paid.
If you have got the next books though I’ll take you up on the offer. I can swap you for my embarrassingly eclectic assortment of zombie related fiction or hillbilly related deep south crime thrillers…
(Or deep south related zombie fiction)Posted 4 years agoRusty SpannerSubscriber
Even scarier when you know how they all end.
Right weather and season for it too.
Might give ‘Salems Lot’ a pop next. Not read it for 20 years but I loved it as a kid.
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Re-reading Feersum Endjinn by Iain M Banks for the second time after a gap of about 15 years. Enjoying it much more this time around.
Good idea. Never got on with it and gave up.Posted 4 years ago
I’ll give it another go.
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