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    (Original post by Magickal_Faerie)
    Just finished Angels and Demons!!

    Wooo it was good
    Is this the one about particle accelerator and antimatter? :ninja:
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    (Original post by Eva)
    Is this the one about particle accelerator and antimatter? :ninja:
    Yup
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    Just started reading The Portrait of a Lady.
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    I am on Nightrise
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    Havent had a proper book since i finished Officers and Gentlemen. Making do with a combination of Prose Writings of Donald Lamont/Meditations of Marcus Aurelius/Art of War until i get back to london at which point il probably get the last of the Sword of Honour trilogy and the latest Steven Erikson book.
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    (Original post by Eva)
    Is this the one about particle accelerator and antimatter? :ninja:
    ;yes; It was so good! I've now started

    Anybody Out There by Marian Keyes

    Its good so far.
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    I am Starting "There Eyes were watching God" and i hate it but i must
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    The Iliad of Homer

    woop
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    i went on holiday to cornwall 2 weeks ago and got back yesterday. while i was there i read:

    battle royale - koushun takami
    mrs dalloway - virginia woolf
    the master and margarita - mikhail bulgakov
    cat on a hot tin roof and other plays - tennessee williams
    memories of my melancholy whores - gabriel garcia marquez
    the 13 clocks/the wonderful O - james thurber

    they were all great. i went to the library yesterday, and am now reading the shining by stephen king, and howards end by edward morgan forster.
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    (Original post by xedx)
    i went on holiday to cornwall 2 weeks ago and got back yesterday. while i was there i read:

    battle royale - koushun takami
    mrs dalloway - virginia woolf
    the master and margarita - mikhail bulgakov
    cat on a hot tin roof and other plays - tennessee williams
    memories of my melancholy whores - gabriel garcia marquez
    the 13 clocks/the wonderful O - james thurber

    they were all great. i went to the library yesterday, and am now reading the shining by stephen king, and howards end by edward morgan forster.
    I LOVE James Thurber and those two in particular. Haven't seen them for years tho'.

    Just finished "The Book Of Dave" by Will Self. Very clever and quite engrossing but ultimately rather inconclusive (perhaps that was part of the cleverness and was over my head). I've started "Mustn't Grumble" by Joe Bennett - a bit of a poor man's Bill Bryson I think.
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    why read something you hate?
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    (Original post by Deathly Hallows)
    why read something you hate?
    Because I have external exam in it, so I must.
    But I found a solution I will read fantasy at the same time so that I can enjoy reading :rolleyes: .
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    yeah good combination
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    I am reading:
    The Gap Year Guide, lonely planet one, they try to be funny but there not, so it is quite entertaining
    and Atonement by Ian McEwan only the first three pages though so fatr it is boring
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    I liked the Gap Year Guide. Twas good
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    I got The Pillowman, a play by Martin McDonagh, at Borders today. Bloody expensive, but I've wanted to read it for ages, and it's the first time I've seen it in Borders... so I went for it.
    A friend told me it was a great play. Of course, everytime I love a play, I wish I'd seen it on the stage, but this is the next best thing.
    I'll just need to wait for when I have time, coz I like to read plays in one sitting. Looking forward to it!!
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    I've just finished reading Wicked by Gregory Maguire.
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    I'm about to start heart of darkness by jospeh conrad.
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    (Original post by blackorwhite47)
    I've just finished reading Wicked by Gregory Maguire.
    Was this any good? I so want to read this.
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    i think my next book is going to be 'teacher man' by Frank Mc Court. Anyone else read this?
 
 
 
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