Quite bizarre tastes here.
Irvine Welsh - 'Porno'
James Frey - 'A Million Little Pieces'
Tim Laurence - "Love saves the day"
Mel Cheren - 'My Life and the Paradise Garage'
Sheryl Garratt - 'Adventures in Wonderland'
Aleister Crowley - 'The Book of Thoth'
Dion Fortune - 'The Mystical Qabalah'
Gill Edwards - 'Stepping into the Magic'
My life and the Paradise Garage is a beautiful book ain't it?
Da Vinci code is pedestrian fodder compared to Crowley.
"Do as thou wilt and that shall be the whole of the law" MUUAAHAAHAAHAAAAAAA!
It was definitely a golden era.
And yet, it's dead and buried - ask anyone in Vauxhall how much they know about Stonewall and the Garage.
anything and everything - EXCEPT Catherine Cookson and anything in the Mills & Boon genre....
I do like biographies / autobiographies, forensic crime, I also like a good scary book too
Phil thinks I have horrible taste in books and thinks I am only one step away from paying a subscription to Serial Killer Monthly.....
It was really shocking to read how HIV as good as wiped out a whole generation of young men.