some more:<br />
perseus spur julian may<br />
father ted sc<x>ripts graham linelan/arthur matthews<br />
railway ghosts & phantoms wb herbert<br />
space odyssey bbc books<br />
dc comics- the ultimate character guide
Read the Abhorsen series by Garth Nix. Quite fun if you haven't read it already.<br />
Or the 'Wind on Fire' Series by William Nicholson.<br />
Or the series "Northern Lights", "The Subtle Knife", "The Amber Spyglass"
piece of cake by derek robinson<br />
colony by rob grant
its not military history its fiction about a fictional squadron in ww2
Too many to list! Wondering if giving you authors would be a better idea? Any particular preferences?
Here goes then: 'The Source' and 'Chesapeake' by James A Michener ( Historical anthropological fiction- but very deeply and thoroughly researched and backed with documented proof), ' Living with the Himalayan Masters' by Swami Rama and "At the Eleventh Hour" by Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, 'The Tibetan book of the living' by Sogyal Rinpoche, books by William Dalrymple and all the P.G Wodehouses you can lay your hands on! Actually the list can be endless ................
too many, for different people
It depends on the genre you like the most.
"Walden" - Henry David Thoreau