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23rd Oct 2005, 14:35   | tags:,,,,

critical g says:

the jordan one was the biggest selling autobiography last year. yuck yuck vomit

23rd Oct 2005, 14:59

Dhamaka says:

when in doubt, buy the lot! This motto uses up all my money in bookshops and makes waiters look at me in a funny way...

23rd Oct 2005, 20:20

chris says:

I must confess I went for neither. I think my intellectual level is somewhere between the two.

23rd Oct 2005, 20:21

Dhamaka says:

I'm not feeling too well today. Spent the day in bed and finished my last 2 books. Getting withdrawl now - right now I'd read anything..

so what did you go for?

23rd Oct 2005, 20:27

chris says:

I was looking for this, but wasn't too sure whether to get it in the end.

I'm not much of a reader really, but a couple of hours on the train every day has changed that.

23rd Oct 2005, 20:33

Dhamaka says:

If I'm not sure I'll manage reading a book I'll get an unabridged talking-book version. Ashamed to say that's the only way that I got through Lord of the Rings.. but it was great to do ironing / house cleaning / long car trips to..

23rd Oct 2005, 20:38

Helen says:

I've read a bit of one of those. It was awful.

23rd Oct 2005, 22:33

chris says:

Read a bit of what Helen? Freakanomics? Or the books in the picture?

23rd Oct 2005, 22:39

Helen says:

One of the books in the picture.

23rd Oct 2005, 22:39

chris says:

I bet I can guess which was awful. ;-)

23rd Oct 2005, 22:40

Helen says:

Yes, I think you can.

Too much. Gareth Gates.

23rd Oct 2005, 22:41

chris says:

:-D

23rd Oct 2005, 22:42

Nix says:

tawdry bawdy twoddle! ............yet seemingly addictive..

23rd Oct 2005, 23:03

Helen says:

I was locked in a room with it.

23rd Oct 2005, 23:10

chris says:

Gareth Gates

*vomits*

23rd Oct 2005, 23:11

Helen says:

No, not him. Just the book. I would have climbed out the window.

23rd Oct 2005, 23:12

chris says:

"I was locked in a room with it."

Care to explain? I'm imagining some sort of cruel and unusual punishment...

23rd Oct 2005, 23:27

Helen says:

I was staying at a friend's house. I couldn't sleep. That was there.

23rd Oct 2005, 23:28

Viv says:

to understand helen - she just has to read.........
back of sauce bottles whatever ......... so this would be a dilemna!

28th Oct 2005, 22:48