chuntzy

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    South Yorks/North Notts border

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    Female
  • Location
    South Yorks/North Notts border
  • Interests
    Football, especially Arsenal F.C. Patisseries. Proof reading. Cooking. And reading of course. Nearly forgot about Words with Friends online.
  • Current Book
    The Dark Circle; Linda Grant
  1. The MAN who sold the world - Nirvana
  2. THE Children of THE New Forest - Frederic Marryat
  3. Francis Spufford

    Totally agree brightphoebus. Very rarely these days do Iread a novel that I can't put down. It was both suspenceful (who is thr Smith, what is his game) and interesting for the political and historical background of mid 18th century New Yurk. Right to the end it keeps you guessing. (While doing my chores I kept bursting into snatches of Manhattan (but not quite Ella Fitzgerald l8ke).
  4. If this IS a man - Primo Levi
  5. SOFTLY as I leave you - Matt Monro
  6. The Killing MOON - Echo and the Bunnymen
  7. Whew. Some hefty driving there and cities to boot. Wasn't E3 by any chance? (where I went to school)
  8. HIS Dark Materials -- Philip Pullman
  9. WIND Beneath my Wings - Bette Midler
  10. Yes indeed.. Besides which it was very boring. I couldn't find the X to shut the thing down.
  11. While cooking this evening I heard for the first timr in ages Mr K singing in the living-room. Oh yes, of course, the football season is starting and there is a live match on Skj tonight.
  12. ANOTHER One Bites the Dusr - Queen
  13. ALL the Pretty Horses - Cormac McCarthy
  14. Love ACTION - Human League
  15. SNOW Falling on Cedars - David Guterson