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What are you reading?
Travisina
One Spare Part wrote:

Just finished listening to the Lord of the Rings - the BBC Radio adaptation. Gets me everytime. Will re read The Return of the King soon and get emosh all over again. Part way through The Dead Zone, one of my fave Stephen King books and made into a fantastic film with Christopher Walken. Just about to start Guards Guards for the Pratchett joint read.

I loved the BBC Radio adaptation of LOTR. Haven't heard it for years - is it on iPlayer?
My fave Stephen King book is The Shining (didn't like the film - controversial opnion, I know!).
Twitter: @TravisinaB7
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
rojkerr1
love Dead zone
 
One Spare Part
Travisina wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

Just finished listening to the Lord of the Rings - the BBC Radio adaptation. Gets me everytime. Will re read The Return of the King soon and get emosh all over again. Part way through The Dead Zone, one of my fave Stephen King books and made into a fantastic film with Christopher Walken. Just about to start Guards Guards for the Pratchett joint read.

I loved the BBC Radio adaptation of LOTR. Haven't heard it for years - is it on iPlayer?
My fave Stephen King book is The Shining (didn't like the film - controversial opnion, I know!).

LOTR radio drama is on youtube but beware the sound quality varies. I was listening while working at home but had to stop for a blub when Frodo goes into the West.
As for The Shining...I don't mind the film but it has nothing to do with the book. I re read it last year and I think it improved with age...mine, I think.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
BradPaula
Now reading Running Through Corridors: Rob & Toby's Marathon Watch of Doctor Who, Volume 2: The 70's by Toby Hadoke and Robert Shearman
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
rojkerr1
Man from Uncle, Doomsday Affair
 
sweevo
Icon of the Defender: The Author's Cut (an expanded edition of my last novel featuring 30+ pages of new and extended scenes). Best way I can describe it is B7 meets Deus Ex and Metal Gear Solid.
 
BradPaula
rojkerr1 wrote:

Man from Uncle, Doomsday Affair


I have been able to find throughout the years nearly the entire output of Man from UNCLE novels. I think I may be missing one or two. I also have two of the Girl from UNCLE books too.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
littlesue
BradPaula wrote:

rojkerr1 wrote:

Man from Uncle, Doomsday Affair


I have been able to find throughout the years nearly the entire output of Man from UNCLE novels. I think I may be missing one or two. I also have two of the Girl from UNCLE books too.


I think I've got most of the Man from Uncle paperbacks, plus a Girl from Uncle which is quite badly damaged. I've got the annuals too.
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


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rojkerr1
got them somewhere, the first one I bought was Stone cold dead in the market affair, Wales? Set in Wales too! And Radioactive camel. Like the vampire affair best! always loved the series, and the movies! Great music too, my fave is in the Deadly toys affair, precredits and after! Had the Helicopter spies poster -my mum accidently ripped it in half when she was cleaning...
 
rojkerr1
sounds like quite a collection Bradpaula, got Vaughns autograph on a photo and print -in Meadowhall sheffield, -he never looked up once, -got Mag 7 pic sign for a friend too!
 
Travisina
'In the Fifth at Malory Towers' - with grateful thanks to StormyPetrel Smile
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stormypetrel
Travisina wrote:

'In the Fifth at Malory Towers' - with grateful thanks to StormyPetrel Smile

Youíre welcome Smile
Iím reading The Franchise Affair (Josephine Tey) because I finished Guards Guards the same day it arrived in the post.
 
Travisina
stormypetrel wrote:

Travisina wrote:

'In the Fifth at Malory Towers' - with grateful thanks to StormyPetrel Smile

Youíre welcome Smile
Iím reading The Franchise Affair (Josephine Tey) because I finished Guards Guards the same day it arrived in the post.

Have you read 'Daughter of Time' by Josephine Tey? I love that - the investigation of Richard III as a contemporary murder mystery.
Twitter: @TravisinaB7
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
Vanessa Doffenshmirtz
Travisina wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Travisina wrote:

'In the Fifth at Malory Towers' - with grateful thanks to StormyPetrel Smile

Youíre welcome Smile
Iím reading The Franchise Affair (Josephine Tey) because I finished Guards Guards the same day it arrived in the post.

Have you read 'Daughter of Time' by Josephine Tey? I love that - the investigation of Richard III as a contemporary murder mystery.


I read that so very many years ago.
I used to be such a sweet sweet thing
Till they got a hold of me.
 
One Spare Part
I really enjoyed reading the Daughter of Time. And now Josephine Tey is being used as a character in a current crime series as a crime investigator herself. The latest in a long line of historical characters becoming private eyes!
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
JustBrad
Hail To The Chin, another in the line of 'Confessions of a B Movie Actor' semi autobiographical' series by Bruce Campbell. Groovy.
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Travisina
One Spare Part wrote:

I really enjoyed reading the Daughter of Time. And now Josephine Tey is being used as a character in a current crime series as a crime investigator herself. The latest in a long line of historical characters becoming private eyes!

Ha! That's very cool.

Have you read 'Mistress of the Art of Death' by Ariana Franklin? Medieval female forensic detective, in the days when women weren't allowed to study medicine, on pain of being accused of witchcraft...
Twitter: @TravisinaB7
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
sweevo
Sun Tzu's The Art of War (I need to brush up on my Machiavellian talent, it's a little bit rusty).
 
One Spare Part
Travisina wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

I really enjoyed reading the Daughter of Time. And now Josephine Tey is being used as a character in a current crime series as a crime investigator herself. The latest in a long line of historical characters becoming private eyes!

Ha! That's very cool.

Have you read 'Mistress of the Art of Death' by Ariana Franklin? Medieval female forensic detective, in the days when women weren't allowed to study medicine, on pain of being accused of witchcraft...

That's on my list of 'to reads'. I like medieval murders/historical murders.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Travisina
One Spare Part wrote:

Travisina wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

I really enjoyed reading the Daughter of Time. And now Josephine Tey is being used as a character in a current crime series as a crime investigator herself. The latest in a long line of historical characters becoming private eyes!

Ha! That's very cool.

Have you read 'Mistress of the Art of Death' by Ariana Franklin? Medieval female forensic detective, in the days when women weren't allowed to study medicine, on pain of being accused of witchcraft...

That's on my list of 'to reads'. I like medieval murders/historical murders.

It's really good. Recommended.
Twitter: @TravisinaB7
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
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