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Frost On My Moustache
by Tim Moore
Written by Tim Moore, splendid journalist and co-creator of Channel 4’s massively popular Digitiser magazine, Frost On My Moustache follows the exploits of the reluctant adventurer as he journeys around Scandinavia armed only with logbook of forgotten Victorian traveller Lord Dufferin. But don’t you worry none about that: this is probably the funniest book ever. Hugely offensive to anyone from Iceland, and stuffed with cultural references which you WILL understand, it’s sparklingly intelligent and profoundly stupid in equal measure.  
Withnail & I Original Screenplay
by Bruce Robinson
Probably the second funniest book ever, the screenplay to the funniest film ever showcases sweary, boozed-up writer-director Bruce Robinson’s glorious prose, and features a number of scenes deleted from the final cut of the 1986 movie. Every line is an arse-splitting work of genius, every absurd situation potentially heart attack-inducing. In many respects a textbook on how not to write a film the Hollywood way, this is essential for anyone who so much as raised a smirk at the on-screen antics of messrs Grant and McGann.  
by Bruce Robinson

The most Withnail-like thing Robinson has done other than Withnail, this vaguely autobiographical novel tells the tale of the titular Penman, a boy with a penchant for shitting himself in class, and his grandfather’s exotic pornography collection (pictures of a duck up a woman’s arse etc.). You will laugh, and you will cry. Classic.  
Fear Nothing/Sieze The Night
by Dean Koontz
The first two books in a proposed trilogy focusing on the mysterious life of the nocturnal Christopher Snow. Dean Koontz is regularly stacked alongside the likes of King and Herbert, but his writing is so much better, and the books as much manga-esque sci-fi thriller as they are horror. It’s his seemingly innocuous suburban backdrops that heighten the atmosphere, and ensure that he deserves a wider audience. Super-intelligent dogs, blood-lusting police chiefs and time travel; what more do you want from a book?  
The Letters Of Oscar Wendlow 
Though mercilessly “inspired” by The Henry Root Letters, The Letters Of Oscar Wendlow (written by the feller who does those semi-humourous Fred cartoons) are a series of genuine letters and responses between the fictional cab driver and portrait painter to the stars, and real-life celebrities and organisations. You have to respect anyone who can write to arrogant TV political prober Jeremy Paxman with an offer to “paint his nose smaller”, and not be ignored  
Far and away the funniest site on the Net, The Onion has produced its first book – 100 years of made-up newspaper headlines, which include this classic from 1969: “HOLY SHIT! MAN WALKS ON FUCKING MOON!”. Read in one sitting and the joke rapidly wears thin, but with so much content it’s the sort of thing you can dip into again and again.  

The Lost Continent
by Bill Bryson

Notes from a Small Island
by Bill Bryson

Made in America
by Bill Bryson

Notes from a Big Country
by Bill Bryson

Down Under
by Bill Bryson

A Walk in the Woods
by Bill Bryson

Troublesome Words
by Bill Bryson

Mother Tounge
by Bill Bryson

Neither Here nor There
by Bill Bryson

Film Directing Shot by Shot : Visualizing from Concept to Screen

by Steven D. Katz

How Not to Write a Screenplay: 101 Common Mistakes Most Screenwriters Make

by Denny Martin Flinn

500 Ways to Beat the Hollywood Script Reader : Writing the Screenplay the Reader Will Recommend

by Jennifer Lerch


by Mark Radcliffe

Making a Good Script Great

by Linda Seger

The Screenwriter's Bible

by David Trottier
An Actor's Guide to Getting Work
by Simon Dunmore

The End and the Beginning : The Official Guide to the X Files (The Official Guide to the X-Files, V. 5) Vol. 5

by Andy Meisler, Chris Carter

50 of the Finest Drinking Games

by Nick Hoare(Editor), et al

The "New York Times" on "The Sopranos"

by Stephen Holden

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Adult Version

by Rowling J.K.
Star Wars - Agents Of Chaos Book 1: Hero's Trial
by James Luceno

Dr Who: the Burning

by Justin Richards

Dr Who: Imperial Moon

by Christopher Bulis

The Hitch-hiker Trilogy

by Douglas Adams

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

by Philip K. Dick

Ian Dury: Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n Roll

by Richard Balls

The Genesis Code
by John Case 
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