Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Ms Southworth, Aug 2, 2017.
I thought that Tom Jones was born a singer?
Alain Prost - The Official McLaren biography.
A fitting tribute to (along with Fangio, Clark, Stewart and Lauda) one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time.
Henry Fielding didn't seem to think so.
We must be talking about different Tom Jones's! I think "your" Tom Jones originates from more than 250 years ago!
Ah, no pulling the wool over your eyes, is there, Ms S.
Just about to start The Hardy Boys in The Clue Of The Screeching Owl. Basically, Frank fancies the pants off Nancy Drew and the sexual tension hots up from there.
Warriors: Into The Wild, by Erin Hunter, and The Selection, by Kiera Cass
The Complete A-Z of Everything Carry On by Richard Webber.
An encyclopedia of the Carry On films, basically!
I'm just finished Chapter 6. Joe has been kidnapped and his parents have received a ransom demand that they want a million dollars otherwise they will put his head into a blender. Really action packed.
Sounds like an x-rated book or movie!
Phew, that was a close scrape for Frank and joe but, in the end, they managed to catch a gang of international drug smugglers and get them sent to prison. They've gone off to do their homework for college now.
I'm just about to start "For Marx" by Louis Althusser. Another one with no pictures as far as I can see.
Carry On Actors - biographies of everyone who has appeared in the Carry On films.
Interesting choice of book about the philosophy of Marxism! Why don't you share some highlights when you've read it?
I'll do that, Ms S. I don't suppose you've read A Theory Of Literary Production by Pierre Macheray ? If not, you really should do. I can lend you my copy if you like.
The Groucho Marx book has pictures.
I just finished reading The Autobiography of Billie Jean King. I first read it about 30 years ago but I thought I would re-read it before the film The Battle of The Sexes about some of he life is released later this year.
Willie John - The Story Of My Life (The autobiography of Willie John McBride).
I'm afraid that I haven't read the book you mentioned!
It's a very kind of you to offer to lend me your book, but I'll have to pass, since I have plenty of reading material right now!
The Profiteers by Leif GW Persson.
I love realistically written crime novels, and Persson is terrific at that, having worked in crime for 50 years.
No Borders - Irish Rugby through the years in the players' words.
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