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My book wishlist

  • Revolver 50 – Klaus Voormann
  • The Hobbit – J. R. R. Tolkien
  • Lord of the rings series – J. R. R. Tolkien
  • A court of frost and starlight – Sarah J. Maas
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show (it’s about the original production and behind the scenes and all that)
  • Queen In 3D book (3D photos of Queen why wouldn’t you want this)
  • Mercury and me – Jim Hutton, Tim Wapshott
  • Picnic at Hanging Rock – Joan Lindsay
  • Amelia Westlake – Erin Gough
  • Hive – A. J. Betts
  • lord of the flies – William Golding
  • painting is my madness the art of ringo starr (it’s an art book, if you want to see some of his work google ‘Ringo Starr Art’, I really like his stuff)
  • grapefruit – yoko ono
  • John Lennon in his own right (John Lennon autobiography with poetry and stuff)
  • My sister lives on the mantelpiece – Annabel Pitcher
  • Crazy Rich Asians trilogy – Kevin Kwan
  • Strange Fascination: David Bowie, the definitive story – David Buckley
  • David Bowie: A Life – Dylan Jones
  • Bowie in his own words – David Bowie
  • The Great Gatsby – F. Scott Fitzgerald

Also I’ve been listening to the Bowie demo tapes which are an amazing insight to the behind the scenes and are some beautiful snippets of some of his unreleased work. If you’ve read any of the books I’ve mentioned please let me know what you think of them and if you’d recommend them to me. Also question, can you borrow books from the state library online or something? because I live in regional Victoria and would love to be able to borrow books from the library to read.



Nice list!

1st Jul, 19

I read Picnic At Hanging Rock without knowing about the infamously open-ended conclusion, and was SO frustrated by it. I still really enjoyed reading the book, though, because the atmosphere is brilliantly written, and there's a lot of suspense. Just don't count on there being answers for everything or anything...
Also, found this page on the State Library website that might be useful - https://www.slv.vic.gov.au/search-discover/free-journals-databases-ebooks

1st Jul, 19

Thankyou!! I've been to hanging rock heaps and walked up and down it a few times its really pretty and the mystery is so intriguing and have always wanted to read the story about it because it's partially true as well

2nd Jul, 19

In reply to chelcyg

I hope you enjoy it! And it doesn't make you too freaked out to visit Hanging Rock again. Heheh.

2nd Jul, 19