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    Oh forgot to add that I DO have a Sony ereader. I have yet to actually read anything on it.












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    Slowhand what did you think of Keith's book? I saw it on the shelf the last time I was in the bookstore and nearly bought it...

    Worth the read?






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    I tried to read Keith's book but couldn't get into it












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    I've just finished "Nothing Green" by Evelyn Doyle, I couldn't put it down and finished it in a couple of days.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-en...he-584281.html


    I've recently read these Peter James books which are set locally along the coast on Brighton so I could really get into them and visualise the locations described.

    http://www.peterjames.com/

    I've also recently finished Phillip Pulman's "The Tiger in The Well"

    http://www.philip-pullman.com/pages/....asp?PageID=77


    And am part way into "The Rackets" by Thomas Kelly

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/data...02/the-rackets


    Oh, and all in the old fashioned book form!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 258698
    Slowhand what did you think of Keith's book? I saw it on the shelf the last time I was in the bookstore and nearly bought it...

    Worth the read?
    It is a bit heavy Tink and there are [naturally] a lot of expletives in it.
    I wouldn`t say that it was a good read but I thought that I ought to read it seeing as I have been a Stones fan for some time and I have also read Ronnie Wood`s book "Ronnie".
    It`s not one of those books that I would recommend unless you are a really avid Stones fan.





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    Thanks Slowhand. Avid fan? Nah, I don't think so. I'm a Stones fan for sure, but reading a bio on a Stone kind of makes my eyes glaze over at the thought.

    Keith always has kind of intrigued me though... the whole Stones group does. They've managed to perform together all these years. Seriously, who would have EVER thought they'd be old men? Not me!






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