Wolf Hall, Hilary Mantel. Very good, although I'm never quite sure what's real and what's invented.
TV: Sony KDL-32W4000; Amp: Yamaha RX-A820; Speakers: B&W CDM1 (front), M1 (centre, rear); Source: PS3; Cables: some grey ones, some white ones
Currently resting: Arcam Alpha 5 tuner, CD and amp
Isaac Asimov's Foundation series.
PC > AVI Neutron Five 2.1
Sony NWZ-A847 64GB Walkman > Westone UM3x
I've been reading this as I'm stuck in in the house after being in hospital for 8 weeks, makes you think, what is really going on in the world.
Now reading Winter of the World, Ken Follett... brilliant... his best yet!
Accuphase E350 amp, Electrocompaniet EMC1UP CDP, Siltech 25th Classic anniversary 330I XLR Harbeth Super HL5 on Sound Anchor Quod ELS63 stands, Chord Odessey2 speaker cable. Grado SR60 headphones.
(For about the fifth time.)
Marantz M-CR603 • Rega R3 loudspeakers • AirPlay • Apple iPad Mini • Apple iPhone 5 • Apple iMac • Apple AirPort Extreme 802.11N • Humax HDR-Fox T2 • Panasonic TX-L32D25B • Sony BDP-S390
Shockaholic,by carrie fisher.
Main AV Setup: Panasonic 50VT65 TV, Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series, B&W PV1, Optimum AV300 AV Stand, QED Silver Anniversary XT Speaker Cable & Chord Silver Plus HDMI Cables. Gadgets: iPad 4 & iPhone 4S.
Sorry to be a pain, but do you think you could also type details of the books, as my screenreader can't recognise images.
London A to Z Street Atlas Historical edition 1938. (Published by Cassini.)
Arcadia by Tom Stoppard.
Many thanks, appreciate it.
Wool by Hugh Howey
People living in a silo in a dystopian future , not bad so far.
Review - http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2013/jan/09/wool-by-hugh-cowey-review
Sonos - Primare I30 - Kef LS50
Formerly known as al7478...
HC: Panasonic PXP 42 V20; Panasonic DMP BD35; Humax Foxsat-HDR
Music: Optical out from Asus P7H55-M Motherboard into AVI ADM 9.1 speakers.
"Music will provide the light you cannot resist"
'The Little Drummer Girl' by John le Carré.
80 pages in and haven't got a clue what it's about.
Oh, and Peter Attia's blog.
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