MENU LOGIN 
   Redirecting... ...to our OLD website!


We're still in the process of converting the site to the new format.

Apologies for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.

-Matt, Admin

5

Ok - go now to OLD site

No thanks - stay on NEW site


General Chat/Anything Goes

Assuming you can read,what are you reading??

Assuming you can read,what are you reading?? - Forums [Biker Match] Assuming you can read,what are you reading?? - Forums [Biker Match]
Home / Search Forums / General Chat/Anything Goes /

Assuming you can read,what are you reading??

 Posts: 263       Pages: 1/14

Post Reply
be cool,elmore leonard./the view from castle rock,alice munro. both recommended.

   Update Reply
jinx57 @ 04/05/2012 23:32  

re-reading the Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes at the moment

   Update Reply
centurion @ 05/05/2012 08:32  

centurion,that's exactly what my 16 year old daughter's got into,bought her a hardback collection with them all in,cheap at waterstones.good taste radiates obviously!j57

   Update Reply
jinx57 @ 05/05/2012 08:34  

The Karma Sutra, well, you never know when you might need it.

   Update Reply
Deleted Member @ 05/05/2012 08:48  

stories about Hereward the wake....

   Update Reply
Deleted Member @ 05/05/2012 09:21  

Ian McEwan's Solar at the moment but I'm halfway through Ian Rankin's Rebus series too [good stuff]!

   Update Reply
Deleted Member @ 05/05/2012 10:41  

i hoped it wasn't just me,all my best chat up lines came from shakespeare....still works i hope...................more in a book than pages my nan used to say!

   Update Reply
jinx57 @ 05/05/2012 11:50  


Im reading a memoir by Mary Coughlan,the Irish Jazz singer. Its called Bloody Mary, her story reminds me a wee bit of Marianne Faithfull's hectic life in her memoir! Lots of drink and drug addiction survival, really interesting.
Not my usual read (I like heavy occult stuff) but very good

   Update Reply
Deleted Member @ 05/05/2012 12:06  

The Casebook of Forensic Detection

No I'm not planning the Perfect murder but love this sort of thing..

   Update Reply
hurtz @ 05/05/2012 12:35  

I'm reading my son's body language: to determine whether he's filled his nappy with brown smelly stuff! I might have to get off my back side and investigate further!

   Update Reply
Squiddy @ 05/05/2012 12:46  

Customer complaints cos i'm sat in work on this nice sunny day

   Update Reply
feistygirl @ 05/05/2012 12:58  

Iceman - Confessions of a Mafia Hitman.

   Update Reply
pinkstorm @ 05/05/2012 13:57  


Also - Rise of the Footsoldier

   Update Reply
pinkstorm @ 05/05/2012 13:59  

found it jinx


   Update Reply
Deleted Member @ 06/05/2012 10:28  

is the view from castle rock owt to do with Elsie Mo nice view better beer

   Update Reply
Deleted Member @ 06/05/2012 10:30  

kawasaki csr1000 repair manual

   Update Reply
JP @ 06/05/2012 10:38  

mortgage applications! bloody eck they dunt make t's and c's easy reading do they?!

   Update Reply
OMNF @ 06/05/2012 20:42  

Just finished Stephen King's latest, The Wind Through The Keyhole. Loved it. For anyone who's a King fan and has read the Dark Tower series then this one fits in between Wizard & Glass and The Wolves of Calla. In fact it's made me want to read the whole series from the beginning again

   Update Reply
HippyRockChick @ 06/05/2012 22:43  

Just finished George RR Martin... A Feast for Crows for the 2nd time....so much missed first time round

   Update Reply
kwakgirl @ 07/05/2012 15:50  

wild thing - joolz denby

   Update Reply
Deleted Member @ 07/05/2012 16:20  

 Posts: 263       Pages: 1/14

Back to top
Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest Text Email