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Evil Spirits

The biography of Oliver Reeds life, legendary hell raiser and well known British actor who sadly passed away in 2000.

Second time Ive read this book carnt get enough of it :)

I read that some years ago. Borrowed it from a friend, but I think I really need to hunt down a copy for myself. Very entertaining read - what a life! :D

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I've been reading "The Rough Guide to Led Zeppelin" and from time to time parts of "The Lord Of The Rings" 3 books.

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I've been reading "The Rough Guide to Led Zeppelin" and from time to time parts of "The Lord Of The Rings" 3 books.

I've Read TLOTR Trilogy about 10000000 times man

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Just finished:

Love, Janis-Laura Joplin

I'd like to read your honest unbiased opinion on that one. Thanx.

Robert.

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To the person above who's reading ALICE IN WONDERLAND by Carroll...............GOOD CHOICE..........read on! :)

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A thorough analysis of Celtic Occult practices. Some of the rituals and their purposes make you shake your head. Others I found quite interesting esp. since Plant was supposedly reading this book before he wrote STH.

The Irish file or Druid bard discovered auspices by the practice of what was known as the Teimn Laegha or the "Analysis of Song". He composed verses and sang them over any person or object respecting which he sought information.

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A thorough analysis of Celtic Occult practices. Some of the rituals and their purposes make you shake your head. Others I found quite interesting esp. since Plant was supposedly reading this book before he wrote STH.

The Irish file or Druid bard discovered auspices by the practice of what was known as the Teimn Laegha or the "Analysis of Song". He composed verses and sang them over any person or object respecting which he sought information.

I read this last year--a classic! I had no idea Robert read it as well. Not really surprising though.

I just got Henry VIII and the Art of Majesty: Tapestries at the Tudor Court and The Age of Chivalry: Art in Plantagenet England 1200-1400. Both very good.

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To the person above who's reading ALICE IN WONDERLAND by Carroll...............GOOD CHOICE..........read on! :)

Top Notch Quality Innit!

Oh and you can't go wrong with Stephen King either for that matter love all his work

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Top Notch Quality Innit!

Oh and you can't go wrong with Stephen King either for that matter love all his work

For years on end people said that AIWL was a book for children......LITTLE did they know it was a mind-opening thing for ALL:) :)

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A thorough analysis of Celtic Occult practices. Some of the rituals and their purposes make you shake your head. Others I found quite interesting esp. since Plant was supposedly reading this book before he wrote STH.

The Irish file or Druid bard discovered auspices by the practice of what was known as the Teimn Laegha or the "Analysis of Song". He composed verses and sang them over any person or object respecting which he sought information.

Look very interesting!! :)

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I just bought Atonement by Ian McEwan. My teacher told me to make sure I got something from the 'literature' section to study, and thats the only thing I could reach :D

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I've got a couple of music related books on the go:

Pigs Might Fly: The Inside Story Of Pink Floyd by Mark Blake

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I've lost count of the amount of Floyd books I have, but this for me is one of the least inspiring. He's tracked down some old colleagues and friends but there's very little in the way of new information and it certainly doesn't encourage you to listen to the music - as the best books should.

Rock Legends At Rockfield by Jeff Collins

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I had no idea this book existed until I came across it in Borders the other day. Crap title I know but it's a fascinating history of Rockfield studios. Collins is a very enthusiastic writer and has tracked down and interviewed many who worked at, or recorded there - including Robert Plant and band (I haven't got that far yet). Well worth a read.

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For years on end people said that AIWL was a book for children......LITTLE did they know it was a mind-opening thing for ALL:) :)

i do concur

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Slash's new book. It's hard to believe some of the stuff in it !! But it was very intresting & funny. I get the feeling he hates Asshole Rose.

:D:D:D:D:D Where did ya get that feeling from......hahahahhahahahahahhahaha !!! :);):P

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........................AGAIN for the UMPteenth time.....I recommend the movie too.....kick ass story esp the finale:)

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