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CollectionsYour library (67)


TagsClassic (29), Philosophy (18), Grim (16), Underground (16), Drugs (14), SF (12), Comics (10), Humour (10), Poetic (9), Nature (5) — see all tags

MediaBook (67), Paper Book (67)

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About meLooking for in literature: Attitude
Born: 1974
Mayan sign: Yellow Planetary Warrior
Preferred beverage: Bombay Sapphire and grapefruit juice
Style: Vaguely urban macho-geek
Expression: "Dogs bollocks!"
Religion: Quasi-taoist cum Erisian
Tv shows: Weeds, Trailer Park Boys
Sport: Is sex sports?
Drive: Mercedes-Benz 250 diesel, Recaro seats mind you
Music: Thievery corp, Amon Tobin, King Tubby
Body odour: Pungent
On-line game: De-Animator (technically literary)

About my libraryI only include books I've really enjoyed. Not all of these sit in my real book shelf, but one day they will. Maybe when I stop lending people my favourites. My taste in literature is rather eclectic, I equally enjoy Tom Robbins, Steinbeck and Irvine Welsh, for different reasons. I typically read four books at once, finishing two of them.

Yes, I DO want recommendations. After all, why else would I be here? To show off what a literary guy I am? Hmm, well maybe...

A word on my tagging system: "Grim" means I cleanched my jaws more than once reading the book, "Philosophy" means reading the book gave me a better understanding of the world in general and human nature in particular, "Classic" means I think it should be read by everyone, "Drugs" means either there's lots of doping around or the plot is obviously drug inspired, "Poetic" means this is a work of prose written in a linguistically inspiring manner, "SF" means the plot is fantastical in some way.


Real nameNah, I'm paranoid.

LocationMyra, Värmland, Sweden

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Member sinceSep 11, 2006

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