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    American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis. Seems like a nice easy reading style so far, despite the rather obsessive or even pedantic structure of the dialogue; all part of conveying the mood of psychosis to the reader I am sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deep Black View Post
    I'm one chapter off finishing Footfall (started back in October)
    I do so like that book. "The Ship Is Mated To A Foot"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Vig View Post
    American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis. Seems like a nice easy reading style so far, despite the rather obsessive or even pedantic structure of the dialogue; all part of conveying the mood of psychosis to the reader I am sure.
    And he's a late period Genesis fan, so doubly dangerous.
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    At least he's not an early period Genesis fan :P Growing up among fans of Genesis, Yes and other 70's stadium bands pushed me toward other genres. You'd have found me at Stiff Little Fingers or Ruts gigs back then.

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    Wish I was old enough to have seen the classic period Genesis, Yes, Rush, ELP etc...

    I have seen most of the classic Prog bands live, but all rather past their prime now
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    Replay was pretty decent

    Now onto The Children are Watching by Laird Koenig & Peter Dixon
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    Bunch of new books for Xmas means the monthly update will be pushed into the New Year, I think.
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    Do we put radio dramatisations of books here? Radio 4 version of Good Omens is available here for another 14 days : http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04knt4h

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    The Peripheral - William Gibson

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    An appettite for wonder : The Richard Dawkins autobiography

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