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The What Are You Reading Thread!

BodyButter

Vital Football Legend
This one should be better; How Emotions Are Made - The Secret Life Of The Brain by Lisa Feldman Barrett. I've just started it. Hopefully, by the end of it I'll understand what it's like to have an emotion or a brain. :D
 

kefkat

Vital Football Legend
I'm reading a book called "Widowish" by Melissa Gould! A true story of a woman journey with her husband illness, loss and moving forward.

Told in the satirical humour with grit and love i like
 

BodyButter

Vital Football Legend
I've just finished Klara and the Sun. It's a book about a robot by a Japanese guy. It's very sweet. Lovely really. I wouldn't normally read that type of fiction but I couldn't resist the Japanese author/robot combo.
 
I'm working on my 56th and 57th books of 2021. I'm usually listening to one book while in the car and at work and reading another book at night. I'm loving The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, however my favorite book so far this year was Daisy Jones and the Six. I loved listening to it, it felt like watching a Behind the Music documentary. There were different readers for each character. Also, if you're like me and audiobooks are slow you can speed up the rate. I usually listen to books at 1.5 or 1.75 speed and then my brain doesn't wander.
 

kefkat

Vital Football Legend
James O'brien "how not to be wrong" is next inline to read. Bought and in the pile. I like a quirky take on people and attitude as long as it's my kind of attitude 😉
 

ironside

Vital Football Hero
Barbarossa by Jonathon Dimbleby and The Winter of Frankie Machine by Don Winslow.
Next on the list, The Sentinel by Lee Child. I like looking for the character named after a Villa player.
 

The Fear

A Wise Man (once sat next to him)
The last three novels by Jeffrey Archer, based on a detective from a previous series of books. My concentration levels aren't great at the moment so these are perfect just easy to follow and fairly compelling thrillers!
 
The last three novels by Jeffrey Archer, based on a detective from a previous series of books. My concentration levels aren't great at the moment so these are perfect just easy to follow and fairly compelling thrillers!
The William Warwick series ? Yes really good reads aren't they.

There is another one out in October I think.