It’s World Book Day 2015 – a worldwide celebration of books and reading. Here's what the PLMR Team are reading and our book recommendations.

OK, so we do plenty of reading here at PLMR every day as part of our jobs, but what about outside work? We asked for a snapshot of what PLMRers are reading right now in their own time, and here’s what we got… one of them even met the author of their book (nice work on the Alastair Campbell selfie, Anokhi!)

Kevin Craig
Bill Bryson – One Summer America 1927
<p><a href=Elin Twigge
Smile or Die: How Positive Thinking Fooled America & The World by Barbara Ehrenreich
<p><a href=Lynn McMath
A Spot of Bother – Mark Haddon
<p><a href=Rhiannon Evans-Young
Flight Behaviour, by Barbara Kingsolver

Oliver Lane
Rabbit Redux by John Updike

Tim Knight
What We Wore: A People’s History of British Style by Nina Manandhar
<p><a href=Nathan Hollow
Raising the Stakes: E-Sports and the Professionalization of Computer Gaming by T. L. Taylor
<p><a href=Uche Graves
The Human Stain by Philip Roth
<p><a href=Aurora Horwood
The Prophet Armed: Trotsky 1879-1921 by Isaac Deutscher
<p><a href=Antonio Dorileo
You Can’t Say That! Memoirs by Ken Livingstone
<p><a href=Ros Trinick
Dancing in the Glory of Monsters by Jason K Stearns
<p><a href=Zoe White
The Secret Life of Bletchley Park: The History of the Wartime Codebreaking Centre by the Men and Women Who Were There – Sinclair McKay
<p><a href=Anokhi Madhavji
Winners: And How They Succeed, by Alastair Campbell
<p><a href=Becky Moles
Because She Loves Me, Mark Edwards
<p><a href=Mike Ramsden
The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
<p><a href=Natalia Marczewska
The Other Side of Paradise: Life in the New Cuba by Julia Cooke
<p><a href=Francesca Dobson
The Facts of Life and Death by Belinda Bauer
<p>This is what the PLMR Team was reading <a href=this time last year, for World Book Day 2014.

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