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Old 11-01-2002, 12:54 AM
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bertrand russell-why i'm not a christian.

if anyone has read it and understood anyhing at all of his dialogue with the bishop (cant remember if thats what he is), raise your hand (or something)

it is very good until that, though



ps that dialogue part is probably very good,too.
just way over my head.

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Did you ever finish it?
All 607 small-print pages
Christmas came at the wrong time for Haruki Murakami, Sunny.

So it's gone into the 'reading at the moment' pile alongside True Tales of American Life edited by Paul Auster, Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates and The Fish Can Sing by Halldor Laxness.

When it's finished I'll let you know, don't worry.
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Old 11-01-2002, 01:10 AM
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Funny that, Paul Auster's True Tales is in my 'to read' pile as well.
Just finished Jonathon Coe's 'The accidental woman'; very disappointing considering his other work. Don't bother, but read his other stuff (think What a Carve Up! was mentioned early in the thread; I'd also recommend The House of Sleep
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One of my New Years resolutions ( one of which was to post far less on this bloody BBS ) was to try and read some slightly more 'challanging' literature so I am current working my way through 'Crime and Punishment'.


After it I intend to wallow in some cheap, badly written but fast moving Pulp ! Any suggestions ?
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Old 11-01-2002, 01:27 PM
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Just to back up a couple of things said earlier in this thread.
And a couple of new ones - the funniest book I read last year was "Frost in my Moustache" a travel book by Tim Moore - similar style to Bill Bryson I guess. Has anyone else read that or either of his 2 more recent books?

Finally, I've just limped through "No Logo" by Naomi Klein, a long and trendy book about the backlash against the marketing of big companies like Nike and Starbucks. Very interesting and stimulating in parts, but always a bit too serious to compete when it's a choice between reading it or watching Sky Sports.
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Have recently read The Wrong Way Home by Tim Moores. He overlanded it back to Aus from the UK. It certainly had it's moments. I liked his portrait of all the people he met on the way back, The Iraqi's, Iranian's, Turk's, Pakistani's and Afghan's. Certainly worth a read.

No Logo. Having heard many of you talk about it I decided to dig it out a day or two ago and am a few pages in and think I will ditch it. I regard myself as a bit of an anti capitalist, got no car, been on demo's avoid Macdonald's, Starbuck's Etc. Do my bit for charity. I thought why am I reading this book. Naomi appears to be philosophising about the anti capitalist culture whilst herself creating a bit of a brand in No Logo. By buying books like this and Fast Food Nation, McLibel, The Estate We are in Etc. I am just subscribing to the culture that I abhor.

Unless anyone can tell me why I should read it or can suggest something better, I think it will be back to the travelogues and Biog's for me.
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Old 11-01-2002, 02:23 PM
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One of my New Years resolutions ( one of which was to post far less on this bloody BBS ) was to try and read some slightly more 'challanging' literature so I am current working my way through 'Crime and Punishment'.


After it I intend to wallow in some cheap, badly written but fast moving Pulp ! Any suggestions ?
Not pulp, but I can highly recommend The Idiot by Dostoevsky.
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Just finished Bill Brysons Notes from a Small Island and Notes from a Big Country. Fantastic. Also James Patterson Black Friday (a.k.a Black Market) and Violets are Blue.
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I read 'McCarthy's Bar' by Pete McCarthy recently, and made a complete tit of myself with my constsnt sniggering and laughing out loud. It is undoubtedly the funniest book I've ever read.

The most shocking book I ever read was called 'Confessions of Idi Amin'. Don't know the author.

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"The Code of the Woosters". Again. No other Wodehouse fans on this BBS?
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Me too!

Just finished reading "Thank You, Jeeves". The plot lines in all of Woodhouse's books are almost identical, but are peppered with comic incidents which are often only just this side of surreal.

Great light reading if you don't want to tax your brain too much.
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One of my New Years resolutions ( one of which was to post far less on this bloody BBS ) was to try and read some slightly more 'challanging' literature so I am current working my way through 'Crime and Punishment'.


After it I intend to wallow in some cheap, badly written but fast moving Pulp ! Any suggestions ?
Anything by Carl Hiassen, Ellmore Leornard, Chandler, or Ellroy.

Just finished the Buddha of Suburbia, not bad.

Now starting an autbiography of Bob Dylan, see how we go.
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Anything by Carl Hiassen, Ellmore Leornard, Chandler, or Ellroy.
He said badly written. Although why anyone'd want to read badly written novels is beyond me entirely.
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I am now reading Robbie Williams Nobody Someday because i needed a bit of celebrity trash after reading White Teeth (Zadie Smith) and Lord of the Flies for the 85th time. That book is far too deep for my brain to take
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For the oldies out there, I seem to remember reading a book that is worth reading soley for a serious send up of a new young wet behind the ears apprentice called Gordon Hill, when he was at his first ever preseason training camp in Brighton!!! The writer, Eamon Dunphy, the team Millwall.

A newer read which was very memorable was Brian Keenans book An Evil Cradling, a must for everyone.

I have chucked No Logo and have been given a nice little lightweight tome; The Skeptical Enviromentalist (Measuring the real state of the world), Bjorn Lomborg. I am assured it is a nice amusing and pleasurable read, but I think shes lieing.
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Have just finished Roddy Doyle's Barrytown trilogy (Commitments, Snapper, The van) and find myself a big fan. Haven't read any of his stuff before, and will now go for Paddy Clarke and The woman...

What's good about his writing?
Reminds me a great deal of Raymond Carver but with a hell of a lot of humour. minimal description but lets you understand so much of characters through simple dialogue and small details. One of the best dialogue writers I've seen for sure.

Also recently finished English Passengers by Matthew someone-or-other (Booker nominee 2000). Another good read that was very bold in its multpile use of voice and point-of-view (20+ narrative perspectives) and dealt with colonial attitudes towards aborigines. The story details Tasmania - life there for settlers, convicts and aborigines told from all sides - and a bizarre journey there by a crew of smugglers and a collection of 3 passengers which includes a mad vicar - convinced the Garden of Eden is in Tasmania - and a natural born racist / anthropologist.

Another funny, sad and fascinating read.
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Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha (try and say that out loud without smiling) is his best IMO. I'm not a massive fan, but it is enjoyable to read an author who pays such close attention to his own stylistic integrity. He's very coherent in that way, which seems to be rare and getting rarer at the moment.
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