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Discussion in 'Book club' started by lanokia, Oct 18, 2015.
I've just finished Take Nothing With You by Patrick Gale. Absolutely wonderful.
I've just finished reading 'Bookworm - A Memoir of Childhood Reading' by Lucy Mangan - a lovely book that you can dip in and out of easily.
Birdcage Walk by Helen Dunmore, just getting into it. Just finished Undercliff by mark Brend ( married to my niece) It was a mystery and I like his plain unornamented style but he didn't answer all the questions he posed - at least, if he did, the answers were buried and I didn't spot them.
I love Patrick Gale - you've just reminded me how much @friedgreentomatoes . Note to self - put it on the kindle.
Just finished The World at War by Mark Arnold-Forster - the accompanying book to the landmark 1970s TV series. Excellent.
Now reading Stasiland by Anna Funder. Life in East Germany behind the Berlin Wall.
I LOVED Stasiland ! Also ‘ Travellers in the Third Reich by Julia Boyd - tremendous
The World @ War - v powerful and the televised version - superb music
Bitter Orange by Clare Fuller . Err I finished it but parts I hated and yet on the whole I felt it was accomplished - make sense ?
‘The Five ‘by Hallie Rubenfold . The lives of the women murdered by Jack the Ripper . Fabulous social history but heart stoppingly bleak . A truly tremendous read
Talking to myself emoji ' Curtain Call ' - Anthony Quinn. My book of the year to date . Superb.