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    Following Deep's example...

    Recently started Axis by Robert Charles Wilson (follow up to Spin). Seems on course to keep up his recent excellent standard.
    Oh wait, you're serious. Let me laugh even harder.

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    The Burning Man by Mark Chadbourn, again, but it's very good and to be recommended after you have read the previous 7 books in his trilogy of trilogies.

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    Ahh yes, always a popular thread.

    Currently reading "The Drowned World" by JG Ballard
    "Just have fun"

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    Hardwired - Walter Jon Williams, for the nth time
    Lurker at the threshold

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    Singularity's Ring by Paul Melko.
    "I have a fatal compulsion to find a kind of higher sense in things that make no sense at all." - Doctor Hunter S Thompson
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    The Steel Remains by Richard Morgan.

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    Finished the Phil Rickman book I was reading, and read the new Rowling thing in a couple of hours last Saturday. It's very good fun- she really is an astonishing writer, but it's way too short to be considered a 'book'!

    Currently reading David Attenborough's autobiography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deep Black View Post
    Ahh yes, always a popular thread.
    So was/is "Post Here To Own The Board" - but I suspect it may be frowned upon here
    Oh wait, you're serious. Let me laugh even harder.

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    The Tenderness of Wolves by Steph Penny
    Historical murder mystery set in snowy 1800s Canada... bit of a slow burner so far.

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    Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell

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