Boom! by Mark Haddon
not as good as Curious Incident but entertaining
The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski
The Age of Innocence.
Certainly not a laugh a minute, but so well written and a good study on humanity.
On the beach
Through the past Tomorrow, by Robert Heinlein, awesome book
I just finished reading The Chamber this morning - it was okay. I re-read To Kill a Mocking Bird before that - now that was a good book!
Keith Richards autobiography , great stuff.
It was pretty revealing,funny and actually moving, he is quite a character, he tells about a time when he found a kitten cowering under a tree during a storm in the Bahamas ,where the Stones have a studio, and Keith picked the kitten up and took it to the studio,fed it, nursed it and gave it a room to stay in,he then smuggled it back to the States and it lived a long happy life with the Richards family . And the early days of the band touring the states is fantastic.
totally feeling and would do anything for you, he always made sure his ex wife and girlfriends were alright with cash and support,he never really had any acrimonious break ups, women really loved him, he just lives for music though , just get the book , you will love it,
Miracle in the Mirror
The Night Eternal by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan
I just finished re-reading Wild Swans by Jung Chang - it's a beautiful and heartbreaking book all at the same time. It's well worth the read.