What are we all reading?

HarryVegas

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Apologies for another new thread on it but I can't be bothered trawling back through the board to find the old one.

Anyway, I'm reading Lanny by Max Porter. Only started reading it last night and am already halfway through. Quite a slim volume but warm, unique and absolutely magic - very Under Milk Wood.

How about everyone else?
 

WindyNook

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Currently reading Clovenhoof. A story about Satan getting sacked and having to adjust to life living in the midlands. Quite enjoy it, it’s irreverent
Good series first few books are laugh out loud, but then they get a bit repetitive.
I'm reading the Marbeck series by John Pilkington.
Marbeck is one of Robert Cecil's spies during the changeover from Elizabeth to James Stuart in the early 1600's
Next book is about the gunpowder plot.
 

Laughing

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I am reading the boy who cried magic and power and justice. The latter a legal thriller, the former a magic book.
 

Norman_Conquest

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Tha art of segmented Woodturning by Malcom Tibbetts.
 

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Smoggle

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Apologies for another new thread on it but I can't be bothered trawling back through the board to find the old one.

Anyway, I'm reading Lanny by Max Porter. Only started reading it last night and am already halfway through. Quite a slim volume but warm, unique and absolutely magic - very Under Milk Wood.

How about everyone else?

Don’t think you need to apologise for starting a new thread like this, most people will be on different books now so a new thread every now and then makes sense 👍🏻

Stephen King - Duma Key. Just over half way through and it’s pretty good, typical King.
 

Anterimus

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Currently reading..

Hirschfeld - the secret Diary of a U-boat
By Wolfgang Hirschfeld and Geoffrey Brooks.

Very good.
 

Cappachoochoo

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Apologies for another new thread on it but I can't be bothered trawling back through the board to find the old one.

Anyway, I'm reading Lanny by Max Porter. Only started reading it last night and am already halfway through. Quite a slim volume but warm, unique and absolutely magic - very Under Milk Wood.

How about everyone else?
Just finished Grief is the Thing with Feathers by Max Porter, a truly remarkable book.
Now starting A Month in Siena by Hisham Matar
 

Littlejimmy

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A book called The Nameless Ones by John Connolly. It's not my usual genre - someone bought it for me as a birthday gift - and I'm finding it hard going at times. Lots of needless torture and violence. Need to read something uplifting after this, I think...
 
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