Re-reading Nicholas Rodger's "The Command of the Ocean" (A Naval History of Britain Vol 2 1649 - 1815) and "The Safeguard of the Sea" (A Naval History of Britain Vol 1 660 - 1649)
I am re-reading these in anticipation of his third volume being published in June this year.
"We are currently awaiting the loading of our complement of small lemon-soaked paper napkins for your comfort, refreshment and hygiene during the journey."
J D Salinger - The Catcher In The Rye, I must be missing the Uni Education cause it just passed me by.
Michell Orbe SE. Origin Live Illustrious 2/3. Transfiguration Axia S. Roksan amps. Dali Epicon 3 speakers.
Never read it. Nor To Kill A Mockingbird. The latter is obviously a favourite of parents at school, we have Jems, Scouts and Atticuses...
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John Duncan wrote:Never read it. Nor To Kill A Mockingbird. The latter is obviously a favourite of parents at school, we have Jems, Scouts and Atticuses...
No Boos then?
The Lady in the Van by Alan Bennet. Just starting Occupy by Chomsky.
Alec wrote:The Lady in the Van by Alan Bennet. Just starting Occupy by Chomsky.
I have that on BBC CD. It's no longer available as a CD but you can get it on iTunes for £3.95 ...
it's not read by Bennet. I had a Whinnie The Pooh audio book read by Bennet. On cassette. I think it might have been the coolest, well, thing, ever.
If you like Mark Radcliffe (and I do) then this is a very entertaining read.
by Malcolm Kendrick.
Currently reading The Strain (Guillermo Del Toro) and enjoying it.
Now have a quandary, as I'm recording the tv series and don't want to spoil that. Decisions.
Loads of text books for my MA in Military History that I have just started. For relaxation have just finished Satre's "The Age of Reason" and am a few pages into "The Reprieve" the second book in the trilogy, a much harder read as he runs several themes in parallel and skips between them sometimes on a sentence by sentence basis. I haven't read them for about 20 years which was too long to wait!
Marantz PM8005 / SA8005 / KEF R700s / AKG K702
Another music related biog..
by Mark Everett. And a weight training book by Fred Hahn. Grrr.
Hand to Mouth: The Truth About Being Poor in a Wealthy World