I just started reading the second book of the Gormenghast trilogy by Mervin Peake, I absolutely loved the first one so I guess the second one will be ace too.
Good Omens by Pratchett & Gailman
Queer by William Burroughs
The Clockwork Orange by ...whatever that guy's name is.
and no wonder hearts and minds have been won
'Carrie' by Stephen King
Great writer he is, yes indeed...
You don't have bad luck. The reason bad things happen to you is because you're a dumbass.
What happened to the 'Horse and His Boy'?-The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
-Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis
I hate those "list your current whatever" topics, but eh i'll play along this one time.
Currently reading: 1215, the year of the Magna Carta. Before that I read : 100 Most Decisive battles in History. Those two are very rare by my standards as I very seldom read books published past 1980. But history books are an exception to my rule. Before that : St Urbain Horseman by Mordecai Richler. Awesome book. Defiantly recommend it to anyone. I know Ozy will looooove the Jewish references, nicht wahr? Before that: few M. Bulkagov short stories that my mom insisted I should read. Might try and give "master and margarita" a shot but i'm not into novels at the moment. I also want to read some stuff by Garcia Lorca. Me and Dio been listening to this one Russian rock song (very good one) from the 70s that is dedicated to his memory and I just felt like getting to know the character a bit more especially since I once held a striking interest in the Spanish civil war.
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Oh and of course I skimmed through the Decameron by Boccaccio to try and find some middle-ages wisdom.
I just finished reading a playboy mag. It was very well written.
I just finished narnia. Awfully bible-ish. Started reading terry goodkind now. I like it.Originally Posted by HornyPope
Mervyn Peake - Gormenghast
Tim Burton - The melancholy death of the oysterboy
and something else I forgot the title of =/