My Shelfie Part 2

I’m going to show you the rest of my book shelves today. Click here to view My Shelfie Part 1.

Shelfie No. 4

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Toast by Nigel Slater

The Acid House by Irvine Welsh – Very interesting collection of stories about Edinburgh junkies, drinks and lowlife’s. Reading all the Scottish dialect is quite difficult at first but you do get use to it.

High Fidelity by Nick Hornby

The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime by Mark Haddon

The Cloud Spotters Guide by Gavin Pretor-Pinney

The George Harrison Encyclopaedia by Bill Harry

Teenage Revolution by Alan Davies

Reasons To Be Cheerful by Mark Steel – All about how Mark Steel got involved with socialism.

Thin He Was And Filthy Haired by Robert Llewelyn – An account of when in 1972 Robert Llewelyn went to live in a commune in Oxford. It has a hilarious story of when he and his friends gatecrashed the Oxford University Summer Ball.

Rommel? Gunner Who? By Spike Milligan

Adolf Hitler – My Part In His Downfall by Spike Milligan

Monty – His Part In My Victory by Spike Milligan

The Tiny Book Of Tiny Stories by Hitrecord

Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

My collection of Michael Crichton books:
Next
State Of Fear
Jurassic Park
The Lost World
Sphere

Animal Farm by George Orwell

Lady Chatterley’s Lover by D. H. Lawrence

Valentino Rossi Autobiography

Kurt Cobain by Christopher Sandford

Dracula by Bram Stoker

The Catcher In The Rye by J. D. Salinger – This is one of my all time favourite books, I wrote more about it in my World Book Day post

My Uncle Oswald by Roald Dahl – Again one of my all time favourite book which I wrote about in my World Book Day post

How To Be A Women by Caitlin Moran

Johnny Depp by Denis Meikle

My Adrian Mole collection by Sue Townsend:
Confessions of Adrian Mole
Growing Pains of Adrian Mole
The Cappuccino Years
Adrain Mole and The Weapons of Mass Destruction
The Prostrate Years
– As a teenager Adrian Mole was my diary writing guru.

Shelfie No. 5

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The Harry Potter Series by J. K. Rowling
– Also written about in my World Book Day post

Confessions Of A Conjurer by Derren Brown

Dave Grohl – Foo Fighters, Nirvana and other misadventures by Martin James

The Long Hard Road Out Of Hell by Marilyn Mason

The Life Of John Lennon by John Wyse Jackson

Cujo by Stephen King

Misery by Stephen King – I think this is Stephen King’s best book, the film is pretty good too.

Wreck This Journal by Keri Smith – I have written a post about this too, really need to start filling it in again.

Lonely Planets Australia and The Gap Year book – Both of these were bought when I was planning on going travelling a few years ago, I never followed through with it.

My Bill Bryson Collection:
A Walk In The Woods
A Complete Notes
The Life And Times Of The Thunderbolt Kid
Neither Here Nor There
At Home
Down Under
– I absolutely love Bill Bryson’s writing, it is clever, funny and really give you a good feel for the places he’s travelling.

The Mighty Book Of Boosh by The Mighty Boosh

Shelfie No. 6

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The Miracle Strain by Michael Cordy

The Fry Chronicles by Stephen Fry

Moab Is My Washpot by Stephen Fry

The Liar by Stephen Fry
– This shelf is missing Making History by Stephen Fry which is his best book in my opinion

Next we have the books by my favourite Python.

Full Circle by Michael Palin

Sahara by Michael Palin

The Python Years – Diaries 1966 – 1976 by Michael Palin

Halfway to Hollywood – Diaries 1980 – 1988 by Michael Palin

The Walking Dead Compendium Volume 1 by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard – Also have volume 2 but I’ve lent that to a friend.

Again if you have any questions about any of these book please do get in touch.

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4 Responses to My Shelfie Part 2

  1. Chris says:

    Oh god, I love Fridays at the moment.

    You like Mark Steel too? ❤ 😍
    I loved his radio and TV series called The Mark Steel Lectures.

    I've decided that your book shelves are too tidy, they put mine to shame.

    • Charlie says:

      Haha. Thank you. Makes me think every Friday should be book day on this blog.

      I’ve never actually heard of The Mark Steel Lectures but will definitely be checking them out now. Reasons to be cheerful is a brilliant book.

      My bookshelves are too tidy because I cleared them of all the crap I had on them so I could take a better/clearer picture. Maybe one day I will post a messy shelfie

  2. H.H. says:

    We hope you’ll add our book to your collection!

  3. Pingback: I Did It!! | Charlie In The Pool

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