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danny dyer 12:24 Wed May 20
BOOK THREAD - weccomendations
Have searched but can't find a WHO book thwead. Pwopa annoying.

Anyone cuwwently weading any good novels? Any page turners from the past you couldn't put down? Stick 'em up here so we can all have a slice.

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Mirkwood 10:57 Mon Jun 15
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Ordinary Men.....Chris Browning....

yngwies Cat 10:39 Mon Jun 15
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Davenport 10:24 Mon Jun

"Arnham The Battle for Suvival"
John Nicol"

Really good read mate, like a minute by minute account of Montys balls up seen from the soldiers side.

Davenport 10:24 Mon Jun 15
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Whats the market garden one called please YC?

yngwies Cat 10:15 Mon Jun 15
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Reading Jay Rainer's "20 Restaurants you would no want to eat at." I love a bad restaurant review.

Also on the go, a book about Operation Market Garden, very good, and just finished Sir Trevor's of Barkings latest.

Proper book worm me.

lab 10:11 Mon Jun 15
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Can thoroughly recommend the girl on the train by Paula Hawkins.

DukeofDevo 9:42 Mon Jun 15
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Don Winslows just released a follow up to 'the Power of the Dog' ,which is a brilliant read, called The Cartel. Only in hard back at the moment tho

So if you haven't read The Power get that one.

Banjo 7:35 Mon Jun 15
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Shantaram is an epic read. Great book, 950 odd pages long, but well worth the investment in time and money.

Jonah Lomas 5:19 Mon Jun 15
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Davenport 12:52 Wed May 20

Just read Kill Your Friends.

Thought it was a crass, dumbed-down copy of American Psycho.

The ending was a real letdown.

Billy Blagg 5:51 Fri Jun 5
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Just reading 'Us' by David Nicholls and really enjoying it.

Northern Sold 9:17 Fri Jun 5
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Seabiscuit.... best sports book ever read... awards galore

Jonah Lomas 6:38 Fri Jun 5
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Claret Hoop 11:02 Sun May 24

Just finished reading that....bloody good book.

danny dyer 2:29 Sun May 31
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'I am Pilgwim' arrived today in the post. A pwopa bwick. Nawty little wead I can tell yer. The blurb is something else too.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:24 Thu May 28
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Jonah Lomas 10:22 Sun May 24

'Birdsong - Sebastien Faulks'?

If you are going to put that up then I'll suggest - Far From The Madding Crowd - Thomas Hardy. They're both fairly contemporary.

White Pony 12:23 Thu May 28
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Asterix the Gaul.

cornish 12:20 Thu May 28
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Gurkha by colour sergeant kailash limbu and the devil's detective buy Simon kurt unsworth.

Westham67 6:12 Thu May 28
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My uncle fought in Burma , got the Burma Star, The old man fought in Malaysia for 4 years, The people of those countries and the whole SE Asia region know nothing of their history. There are some beautiful allied graveyards In Malaysia . If you've read about the Japs in Malaysia as you go further north the dates get earlier. Only small graveyard with 20 or 30 graves, going by date from North to south as the Japanese made their advance

Monk~koknee 5:53 Thu May 28
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I reckon you are cut from the same cloth as the eccentric English adventurer gentleman, 67.

Westham67 5:39 Thu May 28
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Ive had this book for ages but only just started reading it The Burma Road.

Goes right from the retreat, rhe US volunteer force and stationed in China fighting the Japanese. Windgate who trained the Chindits, I didnt know before that but he was an eccentric old bean and trained Israeli Guerrilla forces in the 30s and Ethiopian guerrilla force's to fight the Italians

Claret Hoop 11:02 Sun May 24
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Just finished 'GALVESTON' by Nic Pizzolatto (the guy who wrote the TV series 'True Detective').

Excellent thriller set in New Orleans and then the Gulf Coast of Texas. A mob enforcer is on the run from his boss with a naive young hooker in tow after both escape alive from a setup he was meant to be killed in. Moody and atmospheric, totally believable characters and some great dialogue.

jack flash 9:59 Sun May 24
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Try Keith Hoare (author) starting with "The People Traffickers"

I started reading it on my Kindle, read it right through without putting it down, then immediately went on to the next in the series "The People Traders" read that right through & finished up reading the full set (about 8 or 9)

Great stuff, can't wait till the next one!

Keith Richards "Life" is a great read too

danny dyer 9:48 Sun May 24
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U reckon P? Fancy a slice of Dyer's alleyway, do u?

I have you down as a 50 Shades type. Are u having that

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