What is everyone reading?

Jeano Appleseed

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I'm not much of a reader so I bought the audio book of Neurotribes instead of the physical version. I'm struggling to find time to listen to it, but I do whenever I can.
Neurotribes is great. I’m in-between books. Been wanting to read Neurotribes again. Maybe now 🤔
 

seraphim

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I am currently reading (or attempting to) Alan Moore's Jerusalem, along with various works of mostly French writers, as French is my first language. I have read twice Neurotribes and have mixed feelings about it. Maybe I should try the audio book...
 

F4stK1ll

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Warhammer 40k books always. Not for the faint of heart or stomach and there’s a lot of backstory you need to know for a basic understanding of the timeline before you even pick up book one. It’s Tolkien’s silmarilian if it was sci-fi, depressing and not written like a old bible.
 
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Pattern-chaser

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I'm just finishing Amanda Downum's Necromancer trilogy, and before that, in preparation for series 2 on the telly, I read Deborah Harkness' All Souls trilogy. I read fantasy almost exclusively, these days.

Anyone watching "A discovery of witches" on Sky?
 

Rechnin

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Warhammer 40k books always. Not for the faint of heart or stomach and there’s a lot of backstory you need to know for a basic understanding of the timeline before you even pick up book one. It’s Tolkien’s silmarilian if it was sci-fi, depressing and not written like a old bible.
I listen to a lot of Black Library audios whilst I am working, will be starting Mark of Faith on Monday. Back to gluing myself to everything...
 
Hello, I enjoy reading traditional mythological tales and world stories with imaginative illustrations. Currently I am reading psychology papers for my dissertation which is towards a masters in art psychotherapy. The title is ‘How can Art Therapy enrich a post 16 special educational needs curriculum?’ If any of you out there are interested in this aspect of emotional support (I am working with autistic young people), I would be happy to connect.
 
The current pandemic has put me in mind of E.M. Forster’s 1930’s short story “The Machine Stops” which I think is prophetic on many levels. Anyone else thinking this?
 
The Chaos Balance by LE Modesitt Jr, The Curse of the Mistwraith by Janny Wurts, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon and Anathem by Neal Stephenson. I'm missing libraries, though, and the charity shops' book-shelves.
Missing physical libraries, car boot sales, second-hand bookshops and charity shops - old habits are waiting for the Spring!
 

zuckburg76

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I'm reading now psychology, spirituality, emotional intelligence and life coaching. I think these topics are not too much covered in our life and despite they are very important for our lives.
 

Courgette

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I have just finished Cats Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut and have now started The Coastliners by Joanne Harris. Over the last year or so I have been given a stack of Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy, more Kurt Vonnegut and nearly the whole series of Dune by Frank Herbert. If the ADHD leaves me alone long enough I might get to finish this lot by 2030!