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Old 29-Sep-2004, 22:04   #31
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The books currently residing on my nightstand:

Soul Music--Terry Pratchett (cleverly written and very funny)

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A Short History of Nearly Everything--Bill Bryson (like Q-T, I'm not making much progress with this one--I fall asleep after 1-2 pages and have to go back and re-read the same pages the next evening and I fall asleep again--I may finish this one by Christmas. Don't get me wrong, I think this book is great but maybe not the best choice for reading before bed.
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The books currently residing on my nightstand:

Soul Music--Terry Pratchett (cleverly written and very funny)
Did you figure out some of the band references? There's one that had me stumped for ages - Surrupticious Fabric
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The Big Bad Wolf by James Patterson.

a short read, but as with most of the Alex Cross novels, a good one.
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ahh i read that the last year. the next part of the dune legends has been out a few weeks i think its calle the battle for corrin. Its part of a 3 for the price of 2 deal at waterstones. But i iant found another 2 books i want to buy in order for me to buy it. But its got 3 pounds off if you buy it from borders.
Aye I got the 3rd one last week so I finally started book 1.

I used to just buy and read then as they were published but found reading was becoming very disjointed so now I just buy them , stick em in the corner till the full series is out then read from start to finish
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GroovyF - I think that one stumped us too, but I'm too scared to go near the depths of lspace.org or alt.fan.pratchett after meeting some of them about 6 or 7 years ago... I shudder to think what they've evolved into.

Seeing as there's sod all to do at work on my breaks I've been reading a bit more these days. I've just finished the last two "children's" Discworld books (Wee Free Men and Hat Full of Sky) and found them to be more fun than the more recent "adult" ones - not as heavy going (although I liked Monstrous Regiment more than some of the recent ones too).

I've currently hijacked my wife's copy of Artemis Fowl to pick at in the last couple of weeks of my contract. I've only read the first couple of chapters but it seems pretty good, the characters are being established fairly quickly - Artemis is a pretty nasty piece of work so far

Edit - Google says Velvet Underground is Surreptitious Fabric in Soul Music - I can sleep tonight now
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The books currently residing on my nightstand:

Soul Music--Terry Pratchett (cleverly written and very funny)
Did you figure out some of the band references? There's one that had me stumped for ages - Surrupticious Fabric
I've figured out a few of the band references but I know I'm missing a lot of them--including Surreptitious Fabric (thanks Gandalf!!!!). I think I would probably figure out more with a second read through. I was pleased that I picked up on the reference to Blues Brothers ("we are on a mission from Glod").
This is the first Terry Pratchett book I've read and I'm looking forward to reading more about Discworld.
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Soul Music is my favourite - Susan Sto-Helit is quite brilliant, and as you say, the music references are fab, particularly Music With Rocks In!
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Anyone who likes Pratchett must read his Nightwatch. A fantastic book. Very dark. Very good.

T3CH and anyone. If you like Gibson you should read his latest Pattern Recognition. Great book. Not as futuristic as his others, but is a very interesting book about internet-phenomenons and advertising and stuff.
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Amen to Nightwatch - it really is a good book.

Felt strange after reading it as it showed some of the characters in a slightly different light. Very compelling.
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Yeah. I thought it actually had something to say, rather than it just being comedy. He has been writing better satire than he used to.
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Me mate said I could have his copy of neuromancer. Is it any good and whats it about.
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It is THE cyberpunk book. A possible capitalist future, loads of crime, vitual reality, computer hackers. Definately grab his copy.
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Wasn't the main character (I forget his name) a reference to Buddy Holly. It was a Welsh phrase if I remember.
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Wasn't the main character (I forget his name) a reference to Buddy Holly. It was a Welsh phrase if I remember.
Yes, Imp y Celyn decided to change his name to Bud y Celyn (Celyn means "of the holly" in the character's native tongue. I don't know if Celyn is a Welsh word.
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Damn , another one which sounds too good to miss.

you know since I starting reading this forum and its recommendations my "To Read" pile in the corner has grown faster than I can read. Damn thing will soon be at ceiling height
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I like to mix my fiction and non-fiction, say a maximum of three of one type before having a break.
Anybody here read any of the 'Thursday Next' books by Jasper Fforde, and are they any good?
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just finished "The Novice by Trudi Canavan" and i need to find a copy of the next book in the series "The High Lord"
also recenlty finished "The Romance Of Three Kingdoms" by Lou Guanzhong, if you into chinese stuff this is the book for you!
i've fallen behind on my pratchett recently there's quite a few of the new ones that i havent read, i keep getting distracted by other things
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What do you think of that book so far? How do you rate the other books in the series?
OK - The series is running out of steam. IMHO. However there are a lot of good books in the set. Befinatly worth a read. I like some of the concepts he explores.
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