No spoilers please, @Gatt !!!
Anyway, current reading: "The Secrets of Pain" (a Merrily Watkins thriller, not some pervy "Shade of Grey" trash), probably to be followed by "Goblins vs Dwarves" by the criminally under-rated Philip Reeve. Also got a couple of Doctor Who ebooks on the go: "The Angel's Kiss" by 'Melody Malone' for when I'm waiting for the missus and "Summer Falls" by 'Amelia Williams' as her bedtime story.
Recommend David Gemmels Lion of Macedon and Dark Prince, very good books, lots of fantasy mixed with a bit of history :)
Just read "Itch" by Simon Mayo - yes, that one off Radio 2. Definitely a kids' book, but a really good one. Now reading "Genius - Richard Feynman and Modern Physics" by James Gleick. Did anyone see "The Fantastic Mr Feynman" on the Beeb a couple of weeks ago? One of my all time heroes and a true genius.
Currently I'm reading Ian Rankin's, Standing in Another Man's Grave. Rebus post retirement. Like someone else in the thread (sorry, can't remember who), I'm struggling with books at the moment. I've only read one this year - can't seem to get into anything.
Just finished Neal Stephenson - Snowcrash
Now reading The Long Earth by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter
The Women who went to bed for a year by Sue Townsend (of Adrian Mole Fame).
"First Men In The Moon" - HG Wells. Which I'll follow with "The World Set Free", the second story in the anthology, and the one I bought it for.
Assassin's Creed - Revelations.
And a metric [censored]-tonne of comics.
I've just finished the trilogy by Mira Grant
Feed, Deadline and Blackout
very good - a different take on the Zombie apocalypse
Or for those who are students of human nature, and like a laugh..
Watching the English by Kate Fox