It was a post by Don Box that reminded me what I have been up to over the last few weeks. After the Bike show in March I worked my way through some books that I had bought.
My Amazon order history has In Search of Stupidity ordered in September last year, but it seems like I read it more recent than that. I also worked my way through Raw Spirit which I bought as a travel volume and its brief mention of Iain Bank’s VFR. Based on a recommendation by a colleague by the name of Pete Baugh, I got the entire trilogy of The Bourne Identity which is an excellent book with a lot more depth than the recent film adaptation. Another of the Dark Angel novels also went in there. I got a couple of cheap books to pass the time, for some amusement. They were both based on X-Box games, the first called Halo: First Strike and the other called Halo: The Fall of Reach.
More recently I bought a couple of motorcycling related books from Border Books in Fort Kinnaird while I was waiting on a dent repair to the Passat. One called The Perfect Vehicle by a woman in the states who runs a Moto Guzzi, and the other was the Autobiography of Steve Hislop who was a Motorcycle Racer in the UK.
So after name dropping someone who read the same book as me, I make that eight books to post reviews of.
Oh dear, that almost makes me sound as if I buy as many books as The Sutherlands :).