Cool. I just bought 'neverwhere' -- I look forward to reading it. Right now I'm reading "Against a Dark Background" by Iain Banks. I'll have to check out the "Bridge."glitterbizkit said:I'll second that. "Neverwhere" is one of my all-time favourite books.
goatofthenever said:Perfume by PATRICK SUSKIND
liquidphil1 said:Currently i am readig some orson scott card light reading. But i just finished a great book about queer gnosism. It was called jesus and the tradition of same sex love. I liked it for its subversive take or alternative history of a religion that is all pervasive here in america.
wastedwalrus said:fasteddie... I've always been interested in reading that book but I've never been sure if it would interest me to finish the entire thing. Is it very intriguing?
fasteddie said:I read a story by him once in Omni magazine, called "A Thousand Deaths."
Interestingly, Card is a practicing, and tithing, Mormon.
wastedwalrus said:Cool, thanks for the details. Hopefully I can work that in this summer (I have a stack of books I want to get through).
wastedwalrus said:"Composed Upon Westminster Bridge", you've been had).
colicolo said:I once read a book, but I can not remember the tittle.
It was a short Australian novel told in first person about a boy who is blind, although it never clearly states that he is blind. It was a great book, has anyone else ever heard of it. The biy gets shot and his dog dies as well....