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Posted: 06-April-2005 at 10:43am | IP Logged Quote bingobowden
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I'm currently reading The Rum Diary by Hunter S Thompson.

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Now reading A Farewell To Arms by Ernest Hemingway.
 
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I forgot about this thread.....

I'm reading Obabakoak by Bernardo Atxaga (again)...

And just started La Vida es Sueno by Pedro Calderón de la Barca

 
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ahh, The Rum Diarys, very good book but what else would you expect from HST...can't wait for the movie to come out in the next couple of months, I think I'll need to sneak a bottle of rum into the cinema for that one >:)

just now I am reading Of Time and Stars by Arthur C Clarke which is a collection of some of his short stories so far it has been really damn good and I'd recommend it to any sci fi readers.

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I am reading Stoned by Andrew Loog Oldham, which is what the new Stone movie is loosely based on. I would reccommend Groovy Bob over Stoned. It's a similar format with about the same people, but it's more interesting and more dirt dished.

Groovy Bob, by Harriet Vyner is about Robert Frasier of the modern art gallery int he 60's- The Robert Frasier Gallery who was arrested with Brian Jones for herion (pill form) possession.  He was the Art Director for the Sgt. Pepper's album cover- the first gate fold album cover. 

 
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I'm on Hokkaido Highway Blues by Will Ferguson
 
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I'm reading Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis. All good so far.

I also highly recommend Junk by Melvin Burgess. Bit of a teenage read but still really good.

 
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Life After God by Douglas Coupland
 
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bingobowden wrote:
Life After God by Douglas Coupland


I have this, but I don't think I've read it. I'm a big fan of Coupland. Girlfriend in a Coma was excellent.

 
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Bit Of A Blur - Alex James
 
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