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    Maxwells Return by MJ Trow

    to be followed by

    The Traveller by John Twelve Hawks


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    El Amante Japones - Isabel Allende
    Because you are alive, everything is posible - Thich Nhat Hanh

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    I am reading the Camino de Santiago as I am doing the walk in May. Has anyone done this walk before?

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    I have just started reading The Power of Meaning by Emily Esfahani Smith. If you have ever asked yourself do I have a meaning or does my life have a meaning. I like something to get my teeth into. It had good reviews.

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    Tony james Slater, " That bear ate my pants "
    "The best way to get something done , is to begin "

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    I have a nice little Ruth Rendell book on the go.
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    I'm still reading the last one, well having a break. need to get back in to it!



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    just finished amanda palmer's 'the art of asking'. very good. Before that it was 'Free; adventures on the outskirts of a wasteful society' or something like that- enjoyed that too.
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    The Power of Your Subconscious Mind By Joseph Murphy
    Very interesting for me and lots of things to try. Made me start to think about things in a different way.

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    I still have my Ruth Rendell on the go, still only a couple of chapters in. Now I've started "glue' by Irvine Welsh, so I can not read that as well.

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    The sedated Society edited by James Davies - a fascinating insight into our world of diagnostic hyper inflation the pathalogising and drugging of the individual for what are cultural disorders leading to around 15% of the uk population and 20% in the US prescribed psychiatric drugs and its increasing every year
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    The Secret Doctrine by H P Blavatsky.

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    Tony James Slater , Don't need the wholedog
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    soldier spy it's one of those books where you think just one more chapter...

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    You Can Have an Amazing Memory: Learn life-changing techniques and tips from the memory maestro Dominic O'Brien.
    It has already given me some fun ways to use imagination to help memorise things.

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    Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
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    Haven't read that one yet. I love Neil Gaiman.
    If men bore wings and had black feathers, few would be intelligent enough to be crows.

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    "The Bandsaw Handbook", by Mark Duginske.

    Not the most riveting read.

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    Hoping Shikasta by Doris Lessing (see essential reads) can save me. For all that it's a sad book it may prove a nifty antidote to the crushing despair sat on my back.

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    Sorry to hear that you're feeling so bad, Alf. I hope the book helps, and if not that you have someone, friends, anyone; to turn to.
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    If men bore wings and had black feathers, few would be intelligent enough to be crows.

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    Matter (Ian M. Banks)
    All Hell Let Loose (Max Hastings) - World War 2
    Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail '72 (Hunter S Thompson)
    Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (Dee Brown) - Native Americans
    The Pale Horseman (Bernard Cornwell)
    How to be a Tudor (Ruth Goodman)
    The Earth Moved (Amy Stewart) - earthworms
    Parallel Worlds (Michio Kaku)
    do I dare disturb the universe?

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    Matter is fun, in fact I don't know of any of his books that weren't. I'm not always in the mood for that sort of sci fi but Banks's stuff is reliable!

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    #AskGaryVee: - By Gary Vaynerchuk
    I do most of my own stunts because the stunt guys show me how.

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