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  1. Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer may well fit the bill.
  2. Stopharage

    Pokemon Go

    Is there a list of Pokémon Go mukerrs in this thread? Just sent a few friend requests. Actually came on to see if SumoSix6 is someone from here?
  3. Captivated my two kids as well. The opening 5 minutes is top tier documentary making. The rest doesn’t disappoint either.
  4. The Peripheral by William Gibson is only 99p today. Invest!
  5. I found putting a podcast on, helped distract me a bit and relaxed me to the point i wasn’t tensing you towards the end!
  6. No checkpoints. As soon as I posted about it, I did it next go. Taking a break worked for me.
  7. That’s exactly what I came on to post.
  8. Time to ruin his life forever by introducing him to Football Manager.
  9. I think that penalty was very suspect; I'd be annoyed if that had been given against us. We really needed this victory; we've been so poor in recent matches but great to see Vardy and Ndidi back. Grealish had been far better than Maddison in the two semi-final games but he's gone missing in this game; probably more to do with Smith's tactics today.
  10. Jude Bellingham is in talks with Man United and is at the training ground at the moment. I’ve seen him live a couple of times and he was the best player on the pitch. If you get him, that will be a great signing. Seems very level-headed, has his dad as his agent and is so assured on the ball. Think Rooney level of promise, he seems that good.
  11. 11. Dispel Illusion by Mark Lawrence. Final instalment in the trilogy that melds time travel, the multiverse, a group of D&D players, and a cancer-ridden first person protagonist who is a genius. In all honesty, I thought the trilogy was pretty ordinary and was sci-fi for Dan Brown lovers; enjoyable enough when you're reading it but you feel a little bit grubby afterwards.
  12. Even if the season ended tomorrow because of the virus, CoronaVARus would still find a way to ensure they win.
  13. Another month of bargains begins. If you've got a hankering for self help books, slushy romances and identikit crime novels, you can fill your boots. It's all a bit meh for my tastes, but here's a few things that may be of interest. It's the first month that I won't be bothering with anything. Oh, and Michael Owen's autobiography is 99p, today only. Station Eleven by Emily St Mandel. 99p I've blathered on about this a fair few times on here before. It's great. Buy it. Read it. Adults In The Room by Yanis Varoufakis £1.99 Hot Zone: The Chilling True Story of an Ebola Outbreak £1.99 Seems like ideal material to terrify you in these lurgy-ridden times. The Gallows Pole by Benjamin Myers £2.49 Golem And The Djinni b y Helene Wecker 99p. Fantasy novel that received a fair bit of praise on release. 99p What's It All About? by Michael Caine Only 99p. Not a lot of people know that. True History Of The Kelly Gang by Peter Carey £1.49 The City And The City by China Mieville 99p Vox by Christina Dalcher 99p "A reimagining of A Handmaid's Tale" It's not, I didn't get on with this at all. 99p Life To The Limit by Jenson Button £1.49 Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad 99p A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry £3.49 Days Without End by Sebastian Barry £2.99 The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot 99p Into Thin Air by Jon Krakuer 99p How Google Works by Eric Schmidt 99p A History Of The World by Andrew Marr 99p Everywoman. One Woman's Truth About Speaking The Truth by Jess Phillips. 99p. I'm presuming this is a comedy tome. One for @ZOK The Romford Pele by Ray Parlour 99p Mass Impoverishment And How We Can End It by Mark Thomas Not that Mark Thomas £2.59
  14. Leicester have been absolutely abject against Norwich. For the first time I’m worried for our Champions’ League place. Look short of invention and need to get Vardy and Ndidi back to the starting lineup.
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