Reading

These are the books that I'm in the middle of and the books that I have finished. I had a rough aim to read 17 books in 2017. I read 4.

I'm re-igniting this personal challenge with 18 books in 2018. What's unrealistic about that?

Staying on Track by Nigel Mansell
The Basque History of The World by Mark Kurlansky
The Walker's Guide to Outdoor Clues and Signs by Tristan Gooley

Read in 2018

Watch this space.

Read in 2017

Shoe Dog by Phil Knight. Total enjoyment.
Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari. Absolutely superb.
London Under London by Peter Ackroyd. Very interesting if you live (or work) in Central London.
Nigel: my family and other dogs by Monty Don