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My brief history. Stephen Hawking
What a curious man. Actually listen to it on audible. He start a chapter in his distinct voice and then the narrator continues. I really enjoyed it.
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Now into Why I left Goldman Sachs. Greg Smith. Very enjoyable if you are into this subject.
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Great book, I read it for the first time a couple of months ago.

I really enjoyed it.
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Day's that I'll Remember Spending Time with John Lennon & Yoko Ono by Jonathan Cott
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Jim Crace - The Devil's Larder.
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anyone recommend a book on the Grand Tour?

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Baedeker.
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Baedeker.

 

bit more specific? I know they did guides on Italy and parts but Im talking about commentary/analysis/stories and so on, not the towns visited, which I am familiar with. Do/did B do this?

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Reading articles about fashion...

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Reading articles about fashion...
What articles? From which publication? I've grown tired of Esquire's Black Books. The pieces are too out of my reach and the articles to elementary.
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The Jungle, Upton Sinclair.

 

It's about the most depressing book I've ever read, hard to finish actually.

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Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell. Navy Seal story. Great read.

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anyone recommend a book on the Grand Tour?
which one of the three? puzzled.gif

sorry couldn't resist.. biggrin.gif



perhaps the german wikipedia version gives you some ideas as it's more informative than the english site...

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Tour


you could take a look at the travel diaries from the likes of Goethe, Hesse, Montaigne etc..... that's what I would do smile.gif
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Love is a Mix Tape, by Rob Sheffield. An ode to his first marriage, becoming a widow, and the role of music in the beginning, middle and end of his relationship.
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On Bullfighting - A.L. Kennedy

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