So I just made a big book order, right. I was on amazon the other night looking for a human rights textbook and got a bit carried away with books i really wanted! I ended up going for: "The Wind-up Bird Chronicle" by Haruki Murakami "Notes from the Underground" by my beloved Dostoevsky "The brothers Karamazov" also by F.D "Finding Your Way without a Map" by Harold Gatty; a neat little book from the fifties! I suck at directions so I'm looking forward to this. "Primitive Living, Self-Sufficiency, and Survival Skills: A Field Guide to Primitive Living Skills" by Thomas J. Elpel. I'm no outdoor freak, but I'm nowhere near as equipped with basic outdoor skills as I'd like to be! "The Most of S.J.Perelman" by S.J. Perelman. On recommendation; apparently this dude wrote some marx bros scripts. "Knife of Dreams" by Robert Jordan. Not there yet, but the 11th wheel of time book is the one I'm missing. "Down and Out in Paris and London" by George Orwell. My girlfriend really liked this one so i thought I'd give it a go. "Wild Food (Natural history photographic guides)" by Roger Phillips. Looks like the best guide to edible wild growth in england that i've come across! I've used dandelion leaves in pies and ground up the roots to make dandelion coffee, made sloe and damson gin, blackberry crumble...I can't wait to find out what more tasty treats are within a good walk of my house! I also got the human rights textbook i went on there for, but talk about the least exciting! I still have a bunch of malcolm pryce books I want, but this will satisfy me for a while. SO PALS! What're you reading? What do you want to be reading?