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My consumption of books has been drastically curtailed by the need for windsurfing, sailing, working, playing with Daire & Kate (and feeding and amusing them!), visiting people & places and many more busy busy stuff. And of course the chance that they will be remembered and put up here is astoundingly low.

TBD Divide into timeframes: back from Holland-Christmas 1998, in Holland, in Belmont, in S3 b4 Belmont, in UL, b4 UL secondary school, b4 that

Waterstones Ireland
Easons
Hodges Figgis origami

Feb 2004

Nov 2002

Aug 26 2002

July 15

Mar 13 2002

Mar 13 2001

Mar 13 2000

Jan 12 2000

Dec 25 1999

Dec 23 1999

Jul 28 1999


Lockhart talks about Dan Simmons Hyperion, Children of the night, sci-fi, horror ... sounds good! The Fall of Hyperion Endymion

12/07/1999 Primo Levi, The Periodic Table

01/07/1999 Sophie's World finished after a few revisits. (started before Holland I think? Sophie's World Jostein Gaarder

Terry Pratchett: Small Gods again

15/03/1999 Blight by D.H. Melham. An enjoyable read, it has a strange feeling about it which I liked. The atmosphere gave an aged feeling to the home and I was taken by the mystery of the setting, probably not at all the intent of the author but strangely enjoyable. This location, the strange garden creatures and the mix of indifference and passion result in a gently compelling read.

??/<03/1999 The Thief of Always by Clive Barker

??/<03/1999 Leslie Thomas: Ormerod's Landing again

The Folk of the Fringe by Orson Scott Card

Frank O'Connor: Day Dreams and Other Stories My Oedipus Complex

??/>11/1998 Amir D. Aczel: Fermat's Last Theorem

??/>09/1998 north trip A Place Apart Dervilla Murphy

1998Ringworld by Larry Niven

1998 Cradle by Arthur C. Clarke & Gentry Lee

crap Undutchables

Jip en Janneke books by Annie M. G. Schmit

Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett:
1998 Maskerade Equal Rites Interesting Times
1997 Small Gods Men at Arms Mort?
Om, turtle hates eagles, God. Rincewind, "ook" the Librarian (present for Adele after UL/last christmas?). The greatest mathematician in the world - camel in egypt. Conan the octogenarian barbarian. Wytches, Eric, Mort and Death.
see the Graphic Discworld books reading order guide and LSpace
Discworld MUD login telnet://discworld.imaginary.com:23 or telnet://discworld.imaginary.com:4242. faq , Newbie guide, The Inquisitor MUD site (with maps?)

Isaac Asimov

James Gleick: Chaos - etext online? good web page anyway at www.around.com

Ian Stewart: Does God Play Dice?

Robert Anton Wilson: Schrodinger's Cat Triolgy and Illuminati book.

Malvino: Electronic Principles, on web at www.malvino.com

Tannenbaum: Modern Operating Systems

Feynman

Red Dwarf

tea-time/fridge/eagle-thor/dirk/holistic navigation excellent Douglas Adams:
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy So Long and Thanks for All the Fish The Restaurant at the End of the Universe Life, the Universe and Everything Mostly Harmless
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul

1997 Cowboys & Indians by Joseph O'Connor. 1998 True Believers? or Desperadoes?

the sheep?, Flossie? Love?

Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt

: Sophie's world bit of a struggle through - not the books fault - Daire was really small and no time for reading :-7

Richard Bach: Jonathan Livingston Seagull - excellent - While in Belmont Lucia had it. I bought it as present for Bill later. : : : : : : : : :

: The Adventures of Little Treeindian novel excellent. Kieran loaned it to me while in Belmont, Lucia got copy later + did I buy for Fionnuala?

Peter Hoeg: Smilla's Sense of Snow Saw the film while in Holland.

Kuniko Kasahara: Origami for the Conniseur (OFTC) White gold weaver - ? fantasy through Thomas? Stephen Donaldson

1990 - 1994 University

before 1990 school



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