Happy World Book Day from Bibby Line Group!

Last week I asked what book you are currently reading and which book is your all-time favourite. I had some interesting and varied responses from people working across the company. Feel free to let me know what you’re currently reading!

 

I’m currently reading….

 

Marley and Me by John Grogan. It’s very emotional, I first read I when I got my puppy it reminds me so much of her!” Donna Robinson

 

Perfect Match by Jodie Picoult. It’s a really good read and I can’t put it down. ” Niki Sugden

 

The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield. “It’s not something I would normally read but it was recommended and I can’t put it down! It’s really exciting!” Nikki Arnold

 

Dark Fire by C .J. Sansom.  It is quite a long read but I am impressed by the descriptive passages of Tudor England, and the interesting characters and the unusual plot.” Carol Roberts

 

My all-time favourite book….

 

 “I haven’t got a favourite book because there are so many I would consider amazing! My top six are :

1.       The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

2.      Angels and Demons by Dan Brown

3.      Longitude by Dava Sobel

4.       A Brief History Of Time by Stephen Hawking

5.       The Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling

6.      Anything by Roald Dahl

The list is endless!” Mark Cardwell

 

Intensity by Dean Koontz” Susan Hartley

 

Weaveworld by Clive Barker. I just love the description and the imagination that he uses. It creates a different world that you can visualise and get lost in.” Sam Fisher

 

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One response to “Happy World Book Day from Bibby Line Group!

  1. Neil Garnett

    Currently reading;

    World Without End by Ken Follett – this is the first book i’ve read by this author and i am enjoying it – set in 14th century England, its about the lives of 4 children who witness a murder – quite a hefty read though being 1200 pages

    Gladiator by Simon Scarrow – more adventures of the centurions Macro & Cato – very easy to read and set in ancient Rome – this tale sees our intrepid adventurers stranded on Crete after an earthquake & tidal wave

    Favourite book – no contest really – Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien

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