Peter Farrell answers 13 questions in a Booker's Dozen.


TPQ: What are you currently reading?

PF: Keith Richards.

TPQ: Best book you have ever read?

PF: The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins.

TPQ:
First book to truly own you?

PF: The Dirty War by Martin Dillon.

TPQ: Book most cherished as a child?

PF: Robin Hood. 

TPQ: Favourite childhood author?

PF: Enid Blyton.

TPQ: A "must read" you intend chalking up before you die?

PF: The truth about Freemason influence.


A Berlin Book Tower in memory of the Nazi book burning.

TPQ: A preference for fact or fiction? 

PF: Fact.

TPQ: Favourite male and female author? 

PF: Richard Dawkins and Enid Blyton.

TPQ:
Any book you point blank refuse to read?

PF: Mills and Boon novels - lasted one page.

TPQ: Any author you point blank refuse to read? 

PF: No author I refuse to read.

TPQ: A book to share with somebody so that they would more fully understand you?

PF: Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari.

TPQ: Last book you gave as a present?

PF: Oxygen, The Molecule That Made The World by Nick Lane.

TPQ: Book you would most like to see turned into a movie?

PF: I’d like to see Stakeknife made into a movie.

⏩ Peter Farrell is a Digger driver in his 50s. A Militant Atheist he left Ireland at 16 for London. Books, Travel, motorbikes and beer are his thing.

Booker's Dozen @ Peter Farrell

Peter Farrell answers 13 questions in a Booker's Dozen.


TPQ: What are you currently reading?

PF: Keith Richards.

TPQ: Best book you have ever read?

PF: The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins.

TPQ:
First book to truly own you?

PF: The Dirty War by Martin Dillon.

TPQ: Book most cherished as a child?

PF: Robin Hood. 

TPQ: Favourite childhood author?

PF: Enid Blyton.

TPQ: A "must read" you intend chalking up before you die?

PF: The truth about Freemason influence.


A Berlin Book Tower in memory of the Nazi book burning.

TPQ: A preference for fact or fiction? 

PF: Fact.

TPQ: Favourite male and female author? 

PF: Richard Dawkins and Enid Blyton.

TPQ:
Any book you point blank refuse to read?

PF: Mills and Boon novels - lasted one page.

TPQ: Any author you point blank refuse to read? 

PF: No author I refuse to read.

TPQ: A book to share with somebody so that they would more fully understand you?

PF: Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari.

TPQ: Last book you gave as a present?

PF: Oxygen, The Molecule That Made The World by Nick Lane.

TPQ: Book you would most like to see turned into a movie?

PF: I’d like to see Stakeknife made into a movie.

⏩ Peter Farrell is a Digger driver in his 50s. A Militant Atheist he left Ireland at 16 for London. Books, Travel, motorbikes and beer are his thing.

4 comments:

  1. This format is really holding its own. I think I will have a browse of past highlights. Seeing the world from a different reader's perspective is refreshing

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  2. Peter - thanks for taking part in this. I really enjoyed it as I do them all. Always enjoyed Dawkins and now I am going to read Sapiens as well.

    Simon,

    appreciated that comment as it sums up how I feel when I read them. Do you fancy having a stab at it for us? I would love to read your take on the world of books.

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  3. Thanks, Anthony. I will certainly have a stab at it.

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  4. you'll do a great job Simon.

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