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Who reads

Who reads Books and what do you read???

No naughty stuff ;)
The Death of a Salesman.
Arthur Miller.
Look it up.:)

Heres a qoute from wiki.

The play centers on Willy Loman, an aging salesman who is beginning to lose his grip on reality. Willy places great emphasis on his supposed native charm and ability to make friends; stating that once he was known throughout New England, driving long hours but making unparalleled sales, his sons Biff and Happy were the pride and joy of the neighborhood, and his wife Linda went smiling throughout the day. Unfortunately, time has passed, and now his life seems to be slipping out of control.
Non-fiction - anything from aeroplanes to cycling.
Fiction - Greg Iles, Kathy Reichs, Terry Pratchet and so on.

Also, I like writng myself, but nothing published yet. Well, nothing I got paid for. I used to have a 'column' in the 750 Motor Club Bulletin called 'Vorsprung Dirt Technik' (I was a sporting trialler). That rambled on and attempted to 'explain' technical subjects in an intersting and amusing style (I thought :eek: ) for the non technical. I did aeroplane engines, the M25, the High Speed train, mud and the jet engine - among other subjects.:rolleyes:

Pick the bones out of that.

Horror Steph king, Peter Straub,
Science fantasy raymond feist, Dragonlance tolkien etc
The anarchist's cookbook by The Jolly Roger
I read every night - mostly fiction.

John Grisham

Terry Pratchet

Jeffrey Archer :rolleyes:

Any adventure books (fact or fiction)

The odd biography (Just finished Saddam Hussein)

Current reads are -

Gregory Maguire's - Wicked, The life and times of the Wicked Witch of the West.

Derek Brumhead - Geology explained in the Yorkshire Dales and on the Yorkshire coast.

David Attenborough - The Living Planet.
joe brown ,don whillans,bonnington,evans,true adventures
doyle,sharp, fiction .one of my favourat books is a kestral for a nave
by barry hinds
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