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spaceman Plus
13 5.3k 3 Wales
6 Sep 2006 3:14PM
Read any good books lately? Or not-so-good ones for that matter.

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Geoffphoto Plus
11 13.5k United Kingdom
6 Sep 2006 3:17PM
How long have you got ?? Best book I 've read recently is a Spanish book called "The Shadow of the Wind" by Carlos Ruiz Zafon........brilliantly written.
Pete Plus
16 18.8k 97 England
6 Sep 2006 3:28PM
i only have eyes for one book at the moment!
Geoffphoto Plus
11 13.5k United Kingdom
6 Sep 2006 3:29PM
What with those contact lenses in ??
JohnHawthorne Plus
12 1.7k 5 Scotland
6 Sep 2006 3:29PM
No it's because the other 999 copies haven't arrived yet. Wink
JohnHawthorne Plus
12 1.7k 5 Scotland
6 Sep 2006 3:32PM
Serious reply - I'm currently reading Photo Ideas by Jim Krause. Excellent book that isn't your normal techical how-to photography book. I'll write a review shortly and submit it to ePz as I notice it isn't in the book review list.
Big Bri Plus
16 16.3k United Kingdom
6 Sep 2006 3:41PM
Just read Blood of Angels by Micheal Marshall Grin
In fact, I took Lonely Dead to America on holiday, hoping it would last me til I got back, then couldn't put it down, finished it, went to Powells, bought BoA and finished that before I even got on the place home.
strawman Plus
14 22.1k 16 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2006 3:44PM
For whom the Bell Toll's by Hemingway.
kokobrown Plus
13 1.9k Scotland
6 Sep 2006 3:44PM
Me and Stuart (my other half) read a lot.
One wall in our house is completely shelved for books alone.

Ive just finished reading Nelson DeMille Up Country...
great book..

Started Reading the Lucifer Code by Micheal Cordy today...seems quite good so far..

L x
kokobrown Plus
13 1.9k Scotland
6 Sep 2006 3:46PM
Oh and just before that I read Charm School by Demille which comes highly recommended from me..!

Laura x
mark2uk Plus
11 795 8 England
6 Sep 2006 3:54PM
I agree with Laura, I have read all the Nelson DeMille recently and they are all top books. Currently reading 'The Foundation' by Paul Wilson. Very good so far.
6 Sep 2006 3:59PM
'The Lincoln Lawyer' by Michael Connelly, an easy read, not to taxing. Before that is was 'The Historian' by Elizabeth Kostova which I found to be a bit of a struggle at times but would stil recommend.
6 Sep 2006 4:10PM
"Air-Assisted Spraying in Crop Protection" - it's a blast!

Just finished "Effectiveness of Irrigation Technology Transfer Training Programmes under North-East Minor Irrigation Project of the Ministry of Agriculture" - but found it very draining.

Wish I had more time for leisure reading, only ever seem to have my nose in work related texts :0(
joolsb Plus
13 27.1k 38 Switzerland
6 Sep 2006 4:13PM

'Using the View Camera' by Steve Simmons and
'Large-Format Nature Photography' by Jack Dykinga

For a little light relief, 'Lucifer's Shadow' by David Hewson.
strawman Plus
14 22.1k 16 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2006 4:14PM
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