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What Book Are You Reading Now? Mk II

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    Man's Search for Meaning- Victor Frankl.

    Honestly, read this all in one go it was that engaging. Truly inspirational, would recommend it to anyone and I know its one ( and the only one so far) that I will read over and over again.
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    Pigeon English - Stephen Kelman
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    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Mark Twain
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    Also reading: Chess by Stefan Zweig, though it's often published as The Royal Game
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    So many great books listed in this post! I'm going to come here for inspiration.

    I'm currently reading Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro and just finished I'm Starved for You by Margaret Atwood. I wasn't that impressed with I'm Starved for You, it felt very similar to her previous books and a bit rushed.
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    Kafka's The Castle.
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    I'm not gonna sleep until I finish reading this final book - The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest (Stieg Larsson)
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    Finished reading 1
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    Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina- it's been really good so far
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    (Original post by jazrizq)
    I'm not gonna sleep until I finish reading this final book - The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest (Stieg Larsson)
    I've read the whole trilogy, the last book is really good. Don't you think Salander is one of the best characters you've ever come across?
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    Started reading 'Farenheit 451' by Ray Bradbury this morning. Enjoying it so far.
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    Why Does E=mc²? (And Why Should We Care?) - Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw.
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    Lord of the Rings...but all of the volumes are in one book so it is beginning to hurt my hands just holding it.
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    World War Z -Max Brooks

    Pretty good, got some problems with it though, wishing each characters recount was longer, I get to know the character a little bit and then they're gone.
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    I Am Legend - Richard Matheson
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    Lolly Willowes by Sylvia Townsend Warner.
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    Spies by Michael Frayn. 'Meh', so far.
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    Just finished "When Genius Failed", now starting "The Intelligent Investor" by Benjamin Graham
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    (Original post by HumiT)
    I'm halfway through Being Elizabeth by Barbara Taylor Bradford. I found it kinda boring so I'll finish that when I have no books left to read.

    So I've started on Marshmallows for breakfast by Dorothy Koomson. Enjoying it
    Well whenever I can find the time, Harry potter and the order of Phoenix.
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    Just finished the game of thrones last night, thought I'd take a break before starting the next book in the series. So started the fault in our stars last night and really enjoying it so far!


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