Reading with Tom Hiddleston


Who doesn’t like Tom Hiddleston? Those curls, those eyes and that attitude of equality and consideration for all. Someone recently pointed out to me that he has featured in quite a few different adaptations of books. Then when I did some research I realised that not only had he acted in many different adaptations of books, they were all GOOD books! So with that in mind I’m going to go on a little reading spree named ‘Reading Books with Tom Hiddleston’ and I’m going to read and then watch all the adaptations he stars in. Who’s with me?

Warhorse by Michael Morpugo

High Rise by J.G. Ballard

Wallander by Henning Mankell

Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell

Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens

The Night Manager by John le Carre

The Gathering Storm by Winston S. Churchill (Autobiography)

Origin of Species by Charles Darwin (twice!)

Armadillo by William Boyd

Henry IV & V by Shakespeare

Special mention - the Pirate Fairy

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