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Homage to Catalonia-George Orwell
Eat and Run, Scott Jurek
Or if I get offline, Joshua Foer - Moonwalking with Einstein
personal record:a love affair with running by Rachel Toor
The Wicked Girls - not a major work of fiction but I got it for easy holiday reading
How To Be A Woman, by That Caitlin Moran Off The Times
The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins
Stuff on the internet on plyometrics.
The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron
To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf. Perfect cure for insomnia...3 pages and I'm asleep...
Just finished the first three "Rabbit" books by John Updike:
I enjoyed these. Marvellous prose. Need to go and hunt copies of the last two next. ("Rabbit at Rest" and "Rabbit Remembered").
Ah I remember Homage to Catalonia fondly Stephen, back in the days when I read things that aren't work or running related.
Currently on an article called "An arbitrary Lagrangian–Eulerian discretization of MHD on 3D unstructured grids" it's a real page turner.
The Problem of Mental Deficiency: Eugenics, Democracy, and Social Policy in Britain, c.1870-1959
End of Modernity: Nihilism and Hermeneutics in Postmodern Culture (Parallax: Re-Visions of Culture and Society)
Noddy and the Magic Rubber
Fifty shades of Grey......
Reading the Bible again for the first time by Marcus Borg
Also Why we run by Robert Harvie
Also Sarum by Edward Rutherford
Just started "A Terrible Beauty" by Paul Gough - it's about the official British first world war artists.
Very much enjoying Stephen Fry, The Fry Chronicles. Like the Olympics, this man makes me proud to be British.
"Rip it up" by Richard Wiseman
... and, erm, "Biopsychosocial models of women's sexual response -- Applications to management of desire disorders" Basson (2003)
"The life and times of Michael K", by J M Coetzee
The Face. Dean Koontz.
one flew over the cuckoo nest, ken kesey
the sandman, neil gaiman