Wednesday, February 1, 2012

my #moreads titles (late)

I  thought I should finished off my readit2011 reading.

November with the theme of #moreads included:
  • Snuff by Terry Pratchett is an amazing, sad tale on value and worth
  • Reamde by Neal Stephenson is about families, storytelling and coneections
  • The track of sand by Andrea Camilleri simplicity presented with complexity (and amazing food)
  • Jamie and New Scientist magazines
  • Knit the city and Stitch London are engaging books about knitting- you can even knit a pigeon
  • Good as dead by Mark Billingham - pacy police action
  • Rift walker by Clay and Sue Griffith - still not sure about this vampire title
  • Wolfheart by Richard A Knaak was an engaging title set in World of Warcraft. It was interesting reading a title located in an environment I had explored in a game
  • Games informer - 2 issues
  • Short and sweet: the best of home baking by Dan Leopard is amazing and the recipes are great
  • Jamie's Great Britain is another interesting recipe book which I have been having fun exploring

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