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  1. Archers Road

    Archers Road Urban Spaceman

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    Post Office was his best I think.
     
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  2. The Raging Oxter

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    I'll give you Catcher in the Rye but To Kill A Mockingbird is a classic.
     
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  3. Archers Road

    Archers Road Urban Spaceman

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    Holden Caulfield rocks. 'Swrong with you lot?

    Although I'll grant you it probably takes an alienated misfit to identify.
     
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  4. Gambol

    Gambol George Clooney's wee brother

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    Catch 22 - one of the few books I've read more than once, and the only book more than twice. <ok>
     
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  5. SUPERNORWICH 23

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  6. The Raging Oxter

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    Another school classic (along with Of Mice and Men) but one worth revisiting as an adult.
     
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  7. Sweats.

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    Clancy books are **** now.. I read the series of books with patriot games etc in all good books and geeky re weapon technology..

    The jack reacher books by Lee childs are great reads.. An they are about to ruined by turning them into films with Tom cruise playing reacher.. If you like those books read Harlan coben also as he has a series of books with the main character myron bolitar.. Great books an I enjoy his writing style..
     
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  8. RAVENBLACK

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    Nigella Bites.
     
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  9. Otto Flayshow

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    His psycho sidekick, Win Lockwood III, is the real star of those books.
     
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  10. Sweats.

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    agreed..
     
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    mustyfrog Well-Known Member

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    Like the simple stuff, Tom Clancy, Dick Francis, Janet Evanovich, Gerald Seymour, Jennifer Cruise
     
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  12. rogueleader

    rogueleader suave gringo

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    The Killer Inside Me by Jim Thompson is well worth a read, and Grapes of Wrath as previously mentioned ; To Kill A Mockingbird is also a classic - though I didnt appreciate it , as well as many others ( catcher.. Lord of The Flies , etc ) when made to read them at school......how can you enjoy a book you are "made" to read ?

    No wonder the kids are revolting.
     
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  13. Cosmic_LUFC

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    read it a few weeks ago...good book
     
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  14. rogueleader

    rogueleader suave gringo

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    <ok>

    written from a strange perspective ....if I remember rightly the whole thing is pretty much only his internal monologue...or some such thing.
     
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  15. Jip Jaap Stam

    Jip Jaap Stam General Chat Moderator
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    Conn Iggulden's Julius Caesar and Genghis Khan series, Robert Harris (especially his Roman novels), James Clavell's Asian novels, Sebastian Faulk's Birdsong, Lord of the Rings, Irvine Welsh, CJ Sansom's Shardlake books. And if I've got nowt else to read, something by Bernard Cornwell or even James Herbert :emoticon-0126-nerd:
     
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  16. SUPERNORWICH 23

    SUPERNORWICH 23 SUPERNORWICH

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    We have a copy of Dan Browns the Lost symbol around the house, i have attempted to read this steaming pile of **** 3 times and given up a third of the way through..... Horrible reading
     
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  17. The Raging Oxter

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    I can't recommend this book highly enough. An amazing insight into a young man who became a monster.
     
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  18. Gambol

    Gambol George Clooney's wee brother

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    Don't EVER call that ****in ****er a writer.
     
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  19. Jip Jaap Stam

    Jip Jaap Stam General Chat Moderator
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    I quite like Dan Brown's books to be honest.
     
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  20. SUPERNORWICH 23

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    Looks good, i will buy a copy first thing
     
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