Books For Borrowing

Ok, I have a lot of books and I don’t currently have a vast amount of storage space for said books. To solve this in the most constructive way possible, I want to send these books out to people who want to read them. All I ask is you cover the p&p of sending them to you (unless you live in Manchester in which case I’ll just give them to you in person). Once you’ve read them and I have the space to look after them again I will happily pay the p&p to send them home. It’s not that I don’t want these books anymore, I just want them read otherwise they’ll just languish, lonely, in a box.

It’s mostly history football, and non-fiction books, although I’ve put some graphic novels on there too.

Reply to me via Facebook or Twitter so we can sort out sending things. Any p&p sending can be done via Paypal.

The Books


The Laughter Of Triumph: William Hone And The Fight For The Free Press – Ben Wilson
Deceny And Disorder: The Age Of Cant 1789-1837 – Ben Wilson
Mao: The Unknown Story – Jung Chang
A History Of The Arab Peoples – Albert Hourani reserved
City Of Laughter: Sex And Satire In Eighteenth Century London – V.A.C. Gatrell
In Sickness And In Power: Illness In Heads Of Government During The Last 100 Years – David L. Owen
The Time-Traveller’s Guide To Medieval England – Ian Mortimer
China: A History – John Keay
Modern Ireland 1600-1972 – R.F. Foster
The Long Eighteenth Century – Frank O’Gorman
Ireland 1798-1998 – Alvin Jackson
Empire – Niall Ferguson (hahaha)
Byzantium – Judith Herrin
Rebel Queen: How The Trial Of Caroline Brought England To The Brink Of Revolution – Jane Robins
The Age Of Revolution 1789-1848 – Eric Howbsbawm reserved
The Age Of Capital 1848-1875 – Eric Hobsbawm  reserved
The Age Of Empire 1875-1914 – Eric Hobsbawm reserved
An Utterly Impartial History Of Britain, Or 2000 Years Of Upper Class Idiots In Charge – John O’Farrell
The Tribes Of Britain – David Miles

Football and other sports

Why England Lose – Simon Kuper reserved
Behind The Curtain: Travels In Eastern European Football – Jonathan Wilson reserved
Morbo: The Story Of Spanish Football – Philip Ball reserved
The Manager: The Absurd Ascent Of The Most Important Man In Football – Barney Ronay reserved
Tor! The Story Of German Football – Ulrich Hesse-Lichtenberger
Football Against The Enemy – Simon Kuper
Football Dynamo – Marc Bennetts
Bad Blood: The Secret Life Of The Tour De France – Jeremy Whittle
How To Score – Ken Bray

Other Non-Fiction

33 Revolutions Per Minute: A History Of Protest Songs, From Billie Holiday To Green Day – Dorian Lynskey reserved
Flat Earth News: An Award-Winning Reporter Exposes Falsehood, Distortion And Propaganda In The Global Media – Nick Davies reserved
How To Be A Woman – Caitlin Moran
Peoplequake: Mass Migration, Aging Nations And The Coming Population Crash – Fred Pearce
The Zombie Survival Guide – Max Brooks
Outliers: The Story Of Success – Malcolm Gladwell reserved
No Logo – Naomi Klein reserved
Bossypants – Tina Fey
Freakanomics – Steven D. Levitt reserved
Superfreakonomics – Steven D. Levitt reserved
A Beginner’s Guide To Acting English – Shappi Khorsandi reserved
Perfecting Sound Forever: An Aural History Of Recorded Music – Greg Milner
Just My Type – Simon Garfield
Different For Girls – Louise Wener
Celebrity: How Entertainers Took Over The World And Why We Need An Exit Strategy – Marina Hyde
Screen Burn – Charlie Brooker
Dawn Of The Dumb – Charlie Brooker

The Graphic Novels

Blankets – Craig Thompson reserved
Pride Of Baghdad – Brian K. Vaughan
Logicomix: An Epic Search For The Truth – Apostolos Doxiadis
We3 – Grant Morrison reserved
Superman: Red Son – Mark Millar
Scott Pilgrim v1-6 – Bryan Lee O’Malley reserved
Burma Chronicles – Guy Delisle
The Crow – J. O’Barr reserved
Boondocks: A Right To Be Hostile – Aaron McGruder
Judge Dredd vol5
Nemesis The Warlock vol1

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