What was the last book you read?


#82

I assume that you’re studying political economy or something similar? Unless you have a serious passion for political theory haha

I recognise (and have read) most of them books from when I was studying.


#83

Was reading the Girl who Played with Fire, the sequel to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The first book was pretty decent, the second utter shit. I threw it on the floor after 200 pages - for the third time - the main character stumbling on something vital to the plot simply by walking into a pub at random and seeing the important bit. The author also seems to have forgotten how to write. Totally overrated book.


#84

#85

Just finished Huxley’s Brave New World. I can’t believe I haven’t read it until now to be honest.

Feeling a bit depressed right before I go to bed now lol


#86

Getting back into reading by starting with the Witcher book series


#87

Gonna decide on a whim when I wake up which of these two I’ll start reading on my way to work tomorrow.


#88

I’m almost finished the illustrated history of football by David Squires. It’s a really clever and funny look at some of the most important moments in the history of the game through words and illustrations. Highly recommend.


#89

That’s a good one. Try Fahrenheit 451 if you haven’t already.


#90

Seven Deadly Sins by David Walsh
A written documentary about one mans pursuit of Lance Armstrong’s drug cheating in cycling.
Very good read .


#91

V for Vendetta

I’m only on the second page and it’s already a bit too much like the real world :flushed:


#92

You need to spend your money on something more useful, like a duvet:)


#93

Not a fan of the authors of these books? Confused?


#94

After making the bed I like to leave a corner slightly turned over, which is what you are witnessing here.

Also both books were gifts :slightly_smiling_face: