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Jail Notes by Timothy Leary
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Love him or loathe him, Tim Leary certainly lived a full life. Brilliant psychology professor turned
LSD guru (later joining the cybernetic revolution), he seemed to have a knack for surrounding himself with the good and the bad and even a few uglies...more
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The Politics of Experience by R.D. Laing
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The Bat by Jo Nesbø
The Bat: A Harry Hole Novel
by Jo Nesbø
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I first heard of Nesbo after watching the "Headhunters" film, based on the Nesbo novel. I thought the storyline was quite clever and I enjoyed the film.

The missus bought this book and recommended it after she read it. I haven't read any crime fiction...more
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The Book of Thoth by Aleister Crowley
The Book of Thoth
by Aleister Crowley
read in May, 2014
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One of the definitive volumes about the tarot and classic Crowley. He delves into the history of the cards and their relation to Kabbalah (the Hebrew mystic code, not the fad 'sleb' thing of wearing bracelets) and the Tree Of Life. Each card gets it'...more
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Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel
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The Quest Of The Dna Cowboys by Mick Farren
The Quest Of The Dna Cowboys
by Mick Farren
read in April, 2014
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Mick Farren, late singer for The Deviants (the psychedelic proto-punk band in the 1960s) and writer of hundreds of articles for UK underground mags like International Times and Oz, decided to tackle the sci-fi genre in the mid-1970s. The result? I'd...more
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Mouse & Kelley by Stanley Mouse
Mouse & Kelley
by Stanley Mouse
read in December, 2013
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Essential for anyone who admires psychedelic art. Mouse & Kelley were among the premier poster artists in San Francisco in the late 1960s. After the concert halls closed down, they turned their attentions to album covers and 'big gig' posters. Sa...more
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The Celtic Shaman by John Matthews
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I've got a couple of John Matthews' books and while he certainly seems passionate about his subjects, I'm not convinced of the actual content. I bought this, thinking it was going to be fairly in-depth. I do realise that there's scant actual knowledg...more
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The New Science of Giambattista Vico by Giambattista Vico
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“The Bible tells us to be like God, and then on page after page it describes God as a mass murderer. This may be the single most important key to the political behavior of Western Civilization.”
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