Surely the Camel
has to fit into this list somewhere? "Best Perl General Reference Book" perhaps? (Although apart from being an awesome reference book, I think most of it is worth reading purely for entertainment value).
Agree with what you say about PBP. This and the Camel have a permanent place on my bedside table and every night I read a few pages of one or the other :)
Also agree with your comments regarding HOP. I have a copy of that, but I've found that at my level - it's just too heavy going. Perhaps I'll get back to it later.
Perl Hacks sounds great, and I'll definitely be looking out for that one.
I'm also looking forward to brian d foy's up and coming Mastering Perl.
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