What book are you reading right now? - Page 255
The Collected Stories of Arthur C.Clarke (Gollancz edition) - over 100 stories for about 8 quid on Kindle. Value and enjoyment.
There are some I remember from reading years ago, some short stories that later developed into full-length books and the 'White Hart' stories featuring the tall tales of pub raconteur Harry Purvis, which shows off Clarke's sense of humour, which is sometimes overlooked.
Thanks to the original post, I have just taken delivery of the box set of Tintin books. Of course I started with Flight 714.
If you read Goodwin's "Team Of Rivals," you'll like this as well. Doris Kearns Goodwin is nothing if not thorough in her historical writing. Really, it is very good. PBS is going to be presenting a new Ken Burns film called "The Roosevelts" in about a month. As far as I'm concerned TR might be the most fascinating individual in American history with the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln. It's a good read...
Another related to my field
Edited by lupusromanus - 8/20/14 at 8:01am
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Edited by lupusromanus - 8/23/14 at 1:21am