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What are you reading right now?

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You beggars would be pleased to discover I will still be posting when on holiday. Mwahahahaha.
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You beggars would be pleased to discover I will still be posting when on holiday. Mwahahahaha.
doh  Remember - you've got lots of reading to do!  Very Happy
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You beggars would be pleased to discover I will still be posting when on holiday. Mwahahahaha.
If you get a chance, i would recommend BASE jumping minus a parachute....enjoy hols. yes
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If you get a chance, i would recommend BASE jumping minus a parachute....enjoy hols. yes

My death would be a damn tragedy for you. No competition means no ego boosting.
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Re-reading Open by Agassi. Convinced it's the greatest story ever told.
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Have you ever read any? If not, I think you may be surprised! It was the number one best seller in 2011, so maybe not 'just' for the ladies! Just so you know my taste in novels......I liked James Herbert a lot....probably read most of his books, so was sorry to hear that he'd died! However, the 'master' for me, has always been Stephen King! Have you ever read 'The Stand', featuring 'The Walking Dude'? or....The Shawshank Redemption? I own most of his books and enjoy reading them over again every few years!

Have you read The Long Walk? What a cracking concept for a novel. It was part of a trilogy with The Running Man (which became a film) and another I forget.
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competition
shocking...Purleeease.
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Have you read The Long Walk? What a cracking concept for a novel. It was part of a trilogy with The Running Man (which became a film) and another I forget.

I found the Bachman novels a little underwhelming. Almost as if he was holding his genius from himself. Rage was one psychopathic novel though.
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Gangsta have you ever read any Christopher Brookmyre?    He's the only author I know who can make violence funny.
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Have you read The Long Walk? What a cracking concept for a novel. It was part of a trilogy with The Running Man (which became a film) and another I forget.
Written by Stephen King Nigel! The other one might have been 'The Body'! The film is called 'Stand By Me'!
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Gangsta have you ever read any Christopher Brookmyre?    He's the only author I know who can make violence funny.

No I haven't, but I've heard a lot about him. He writes crime novels doesn't he?
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Written by Stephen King Nigel! The other one might have been 'The Body'! The film is called 'Stand By Me'!

People have been trying to prove me wrong, but I still feel Stephen's best novel is The Shining. Glad the sequel is out this year.
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^ I find Stephen King's books/stories disturbing.  I suppose I'm a bit of a wimp - don't like to be scared as I tend to dwell on stuff.
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^ I find Stephen King's books/stories disturbing.  I suppose I'm a bit of a wimp - don't like to be scared as I tend to dwell on stuff.

They are disturbing yes. But they are the only horror novels I have read that give me shivers.
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Written by Stephen King Nigel! The other one might have been 'The Body'! The film is called 'Stand By Me'!

The Long Walk was about 100 kids invited to keep walking. If their speed dropped below 4mph three times, they were shot dead. The winner got 'everything they wanted for the rest of their lives'. The Running Man was a game show in which a guy is given 24 hours' start and then hunted down by gunmen. Brilliant concepts.
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