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so what should i get?
be aware that i just bought the Great Gatsby. so i have it.
Tender is the Night?
Or Master and Margarita.
Master and Margarita.
my favourite book(s).
...with the Master and Margarita recommendation.
its actually brilliant
shitted me up that book did
that or Mountain Mans Dances Moves : a book of mcsweeney lists.
I reccommend The Sun Also Rises. Incredible book.
william gibson - all tommorows parties
haruki murakami - kafka on the shore
brett easton ellis - glamorama
the "american psycho of the 90's" one. Because i tried to read that and couldnt get into it despite loving AP and rules of attraction and less than zero.
I thought Glamorama was pretty weak.
love glamorama, in a massive, shallow, neurotic way.
it's just fucking fantastic
scottish author. forgotten his name.
i dont like anne ]: shes too 2D.
austen failed. massive shame
it certainly has more depth to it (naval theme) but also remainsuniversal.
elizabeth, sir walter and mary are the worst.
all my sympathies are with charles musgrove
shame my town is frankly terrible for book shopping (literally no dedicated bookshop in town centre)
or indeed, any Murakami books. He's ace.
i'm reading Dance Dance Dance today
i just cooked a spaghetti recipe he mentions in chapter 11 or something
that can be redeemed for books.
that you can only spend on books. you get them for birthdays. mostly from step-grandmas.
on the triple description guys.
it just ensures that you spend it on something the person givning the token approves of
Have you read any of his others? My favourite's probably Skinny Legs and All.
I started it when I was younger but it took me years to read as I kept losing my copy, which was odd, so I read it in installments every time it reappeared.
Ace, shall invest in that next.
is it about ginger people?
are they militant camels? or does it mean the smeggerettes?
It's about them being mentally unstable perverts from what I remember (I may have made that up though...)