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Nearly finished my Johnny Cash autobiography, currently waiting for my Che Geuvara Guerrilla Warfare book to arrive but don't know what to buy next. Got plenty of football books so open to all ideas except from stories and novels.

 

Appreciated!

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Led Zeppelin - Hammer of the gods (by stephen davis)

 

I'd rather shove a cactus down my japs eye. Sideways.

 

 

Wow

 

Your cool... :razz:

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Zeppelin were the boys man :razz:

 

Well ok il try again!!

 

Some of my favorites....

 

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Fear and Loathing on the campaign Trail '72

The Catcher in the rye

Homage to Catalonia

Animal Farm

The hungry caterpillar

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Anthony Kiedis - Scar Tissue is a decent read

 

I tend to read all that Bernard Cornwell / Simon Scarrow type books.

 

Cannot beat a good fight with the French!

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Apparently the Alan Shearer autobiography is coming out this month - that should be interesting!

 

Probably mention that he used to cut players' ties up whilst they were training so he wasn't that boring after all.

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Henry Miller

Martin Amis

Nabakov

Kafka

Koestler

Orwell

Vonnegut

Hemingway

Conrad

Huxley

Irving

 

Modern americans avoid Mailer, Carver and Roth.

 

go with

 

Bukowsky

Burroughs

Don Delillo

Brett Easton Ellis

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If you like Crime then read the Rebus books by Ian Rankin, great reads

brilliant series...just bought the last one..Rebus is retirng :lol:

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If you like Crime then read the Rebus books by Ian Rankin, great reads

brilliant series...just bought the last one..Rebus is retirng :yes

 

well thank you Mrs Ruintheseriesfortherestofus :lol:

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If you like Crime then read the Rebus books by Ian Rankin, great reads

brilliant series...just bought the last one..Rebus is retirng :hunter:

 

well thank you Mrs Ruintheseriesfortherestofus :yes

:lol: I haven't fucking read it yet man...that's what it says on the book !!!

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Anything by Lee Childs. Jack Reacher is the closest book character to me i can find :yes

 

Ive scanned the books and find no mention of a Citroen Saxo with private plate like :lol:

 

Who drives a saxo like? Its actually about some gangly bloke who works in IT and thinks hes a super sleuth at weekends, following people around with his camera.

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Anything by Lee Childs. Jack Reacher is the closest book character to me i can find :D

 

Ive scanned the books and find no mention of a Citroen Saxo with private plate like ;)

 

Who drives a saxo like? Its actually about some gangly bloke who works in IT and thinks hes a super sleuth at weekends, following people around with his camera.

 

Sounds like a top bloke then, might have to have a read ;)

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If you like Crime then read the Rebus books by Ian Rankin, great reads

brilliant series...just bought the last one..Rebus is retirng :blush:

 

well thank you Mrs Ruintheseriesfortherestofus :D

;) I haven't fucking read it yet man...that's what it says on the book !!!

 

;)

 

I get the impression that Rebus is very similar to the guy from Life on Mars (long haired dude). Great set of books <_<

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