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I've just finished Glow by Ned Bauman.

Good book, intellectually stimulating, the bloke's clearly a genius but it's not quite as entertaining as it is impressive. 7/10

Struggling to chose my next book ATM. Will probably switch back to autobiographical/ non-fiction.

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Finished Unbroken last night, an unbelievable story about a guy called Louis Zamperini in WWII - best book I've read in ages.

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Just finished The Wolf of Wall Street by Jordan Belfort - the book that inspired the movie.  It's a load of self-serving egotistical tripe of the highest order - which is why it's a worthwhile read.  This guy is a cunt of the highest order and seems to realize he got off with behaving as such (and apparently continues to do so) for the majority of the 1990s.

Recommended shitter reading.

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Great book. Differs from the film a fair bit.

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Squidgy wrote:

Great book. Differs from the film a fair bit.

I found them quite similar actually - outside of the name changes given to certain people.