I believe I kicked off the similarly themed thread in the Random Chatting section of the old country, so let's 'ave it here...
I don't know if you're aware, but my one great passion in life, apart from the Arsenal and apart from the Clash, is books. So I cane them, much to Jo's displeasure.
Anyway, having read Ronnie O' Sullivan's autobiography, which might as well have been called "The Life and Times of a Genius" and I strongly recommend it, I then read Jimmy White's autobiography. It was good, but I found myself wishing that someone had got hold of him and given him a big, dry, slap and told him to sort his life out.
So I'm now reading Norman Mailer's The Fight. Which is an account of Foreman v Ali in Zaire and have Michael Watson's autobiography on the way.
I also bought today, as it's Advice Week and books for a quid at our place, Survivor by Chuck Palahniuk, He Kills Coppers by Jake Arnott, The Official Fahrenheit 9/11 Reader by some bloke called Michael Moore and then, after all that, I might get back to The Road. I started that last week, but I felt too ill to cope with it!