|Kewick - the obvious choice for a 30th birthday celebration|
I’m almost certainly not going to do a review this weekend. Only the fourth Sunday of the year, and already a skipped beat.
My only excuse is a man commonly referred to as “Tatty”. This “Tatty” is turning 30, and so we’re all off to glorious Keswick for the weekend to celebrate. Why Keswick, I don’t know. I honestly don’t. I’m told there are around 30 pubs there. Which will be interesting as I haven’t had a drink since New Year.
So in lieu of a review, I thought I'd give a bit of a preview. Below are the books currently on my reading list - a bit of an amalgamation of books you've reccomended to me and others that I've read about. These are the ones set to appear on GBR in the near future, though not neccessarily in this order.
But when they’re done, I’m going to need more ideas. And I (as always) want to read as wide a range of genres as I can. I might even give chick lit a try this year. Maybe. Possibly. I should really. Right?
So what would you like to see reviewed on
GBR? If you have a recommendation in any genre at all (and it's not already on the reading list below), let me know, either by leaving a comment, tweeting me @Gavcollins9, or emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Go on, don’t be shy, you know you want to.
Current GBR reading list (with appropriate Amazon links, like I work for them or something):
- Touching the Void - by Joe Simpson
- Ex Machina: The First Hundred Days - by Brian K Vaughn and Tony Harris
- Anna Karenina - by Leo Tolstoy
- Why does E=mc2? - by Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw
- The Last Werewolf - by Glen Duncan
- Next World Novella - by Matthias Politycki
- The Farnsworth Invention - by Aaron Sorkin
- The House of Silk - by Anthony Horowitz
- Metamorphosis and other short stories - by Franz Kafka
- The Pickwick Papers - by Charles Dickens
- Fiasco - by Imre Kertesz
- Slaughterhouse 5 - by Kurt Vonnegut
- The Dead Hand - by David E Hoffman
- Over Seventy - by PG Wodehouse