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Simon Pegg Autobiography
 

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The First Law book 3: Last argument of Kings. Great battle scenes with a few "Holy Shit" moments.
 

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Simon Pegg Autobiography
When was this released and what is the name of the book? I am a huge Simon Pegg fan and I would definitely look at getting this. I am still waiting with baited breath for the third in the Cornetto Trilogy following on from Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz.
 

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Just finished reading Jericho's Undisputed. Clearly the best autobiography I ever read. However, I'm reading Bischoff's Controversy Creates Cash atm. So yeah, I'm kinda addicted to books about wrestling lately.
 

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I have to read one of those "How To?" Books for a class. All about running a small business and what has to go into it for it not to fail. It's sort of boring but so is college.
 

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I've almost finished reading The Zombie Survival Guide for the second time. I highly recommend it.

I also read Jericho's first book last year, I may get the 2nd one next. Or the Scott Pilgrim books.
 

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Stella Rimmington - Illegal Action

Another novel in the Liz Carlyle series. This time it is about a Russian goverment plot to kill a Russian billionaire now living in England. I have read a couple of Rimmington's novels before and this is another good novel. Rimmington used to be head of MI5 so she can go into great detail and has first hand knowledge about what she is writing. Enjoyable novel.

Rating: 6.5/10
 

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kill alex cross, started it yesterday will have it finished by tomorrow or late tonight depending
 

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Reading my way through the james bond books, currently on Thunderball one of the best in the series so far
 

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I saw Bully D say Hardcore Diaries is good shit so I decided to try and read it.
 

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Just got Golddust's book this morning, haven't actually started reading it but i plan to in the next day.
 

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Martin Luther King jr.- A good book so far, I recommend it for history lovers.
 

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