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What book/books have you read lately?

What book/books have you read lately?

I have recently soaked myself in Bernard Cornwall, Conn Iggulden and Giles Kristian, though I am a big fan of Michael Morpurgo, Sharon Creech and Joanne Harris.

Asked by: Adrian Sroka

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  2. Roslyn Renwick on January 4, 2019

    I ploughed through the collected works of Honore de Balzac, and enjoyed it. But then, I am a bit of an anthropologist myself. As my daughter says, he can take pages just to describe one small thing. It also scared me to see how France in the 1800's seemed to have the same political and social obsessions and social decay we have here in 21st century UK. Then there was "The Teleporter" by Lee Hal, which made me laugh out loud. It's a fun look at the whole "superhero" thing, and a very wry look at the whole poet/writer community. I loved it. I also read the 3 "who sent Clement" books. They were an entertaining romp with a dab of the supernatural, clever whodunnit plots with a lot of twists, and with a bit of feelgood thrown in. It got me through my long bout of flu.

  3. Ann Kemp on December 17, 2018

    I bought some old books at an auction and discovered Hugh Walpole - The Herries Chronicle series, The Green Mirror (such an excellent observation of old English society), etc.

  4. A.L Star on December 11, 2018

    This month I have read The Sleeping Sickness by
    Hellbender, A.R. which is a Steampunk Sleeping Beauty story. and Sculpt Yourself by Savy Leiser. I'm currently reading Edge of Darkness by Vikki Romano. All for the Indiecember challenge.

  5. Jonathan Hopkins on December 10, 2018

    Three Shardlakes, two and a half Herveys, one by Richard Howard, Kristian's 'Lancelot' and BC's War of the Wolf - yes, I still occasionally want to give Uhtred a slap, but Mr C's characterisation is superlative.

    Oh, and for good measure there's Thomas Cochrane's 'Autobiography of a Seaman', Richard Holmes' 'Redcoat' and Clark-Kennedy's out-of-print 'Attack the Colour!'. And I've got 'Went the Day Well?', David Crane's book about Waterloo, still to go.

    Let's hope there's a few more in my stocking!


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