"Sex at Dawn" by Cacilda Jethá and Christopher Ryan
The problem is that once I get a few drinks in me, I waffle on about how we allegedly were back in the day (the book argues we were highly sexual beings with multiple partners as hunter gatherers). It is a very creepy chat-up line.
Lord of Chaos, Book Six of the Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan.
It's a reread, I just out the series every so often and wade through it.
Particularly fitting that a golf club was her weapon of choice. A bit like Ronnie O 'Sullivan's wife (for example) deciding to use a snooker cue.
Definitely. There's something to be said for using the man's own tool to hop seven shades out of him. I guess the clubs were just there and she was looking for anything to do damage with.
Very Straight Up. Mainly about the relationship with her biological father Steve Jobs. Talks about her baby brother Reed as well, - the incident when she was assigned to change his diaper is described as well in full detail. Not forgettable in a short space of time.
Favourite series by far. Would highly recommend Wot Spoilers podcast if you're not a subscriber already. Gets real in depth as a re read. They do a couple of chapters a week and just started book 4.
Reading And the Mountains Echoed by Khalid Hosseini
I will finish it but its not a patch on A Thousand Splendid Suns or The Kite Runner .
Reading "Silent Invasion" by Clive Hamilton. It details how the Chinese Communist party are attempting to subvert the Australia political system to influence policy in a way which will advance China's geopolitical agenda.