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    (Original post by À la folie, pas du tout)
    I've just finished A Clockwork Orange so now I'm starting The Trial
    I was waiting for someone to say that
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    (Original post by harr)
    The Code of the Woosters. I'm reading it as light relief after reading a lot of Edgar Allan Poe.
    I doff my cap to you then as a fellow 'Drone'.

    I've just finished Gogol's Dead Souls and I'm about to start The Journey to the East by Herman Hesse.
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    Brief Encounters with Che Guerva-Ben Fountain

    Zorro-Isabel Allende

    Bel Canto-Ann Patchett

    I sense a theme.
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    The Dirt by Motley Crue and Neil Strauss
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    Well just finished Da Vinci Code!!! It was Great!
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    The Count Of Monte Cristo unabridged - on page 73 of 1243 at the moment!
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    I'm currently reading lords of the flies by William Golding.
    But I plan on soon reading a book called Twilight by Stephenie Meyer.
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    The Trial & Lucky by Alice Sebold.
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    (Original post by À la folie, pas du tout)
    I've just finished A Clockwork Orange so now I'm starting The Trial
    I'd like to read A Clockwork Orange.
    What did you think of the book?
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    Bleak House
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    (Original post by brimstone)
    I was waiting for someone to say that
    haha and here's another... The Trial by Franz Kafka
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    I finished reading "A Child Called It" by Dave Pelzer. A sensational book it was so sad yet so good I'm going to read the other 2 aswell i would recommend this book its not long onli under 200 pages wif an epilogue
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    I've just finished readind "Ninteen Eighty-four" by George O'rwell. (A harsh political satire). It's one of the most exciting novels I read.
    I really recommend it for those interested in politics.
    As for the time being I'm reading "The scarlet letter".
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    The Trial by Franz Kafka - at last
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    The Blair Years - Alistair Campbell diaries.

    Many of the diary entries, so far, are quite dull to read. A case of skim-reading it so far. I guess diaries are a bit like that.
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    Just finished The Journey to the East by Herman Hesse.

    Now reading a book that I started years ago, but forgot to finish; Phillip Pullman's The Subtle Knife.
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    Finished HP6 earlier. Up to chapter 10 in HP7 now, lol.
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    (Original post by brimstone)
    The Trial by Franz Kafka - at last
    I'll be starting this Monday too.
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    Eyewitness Auschwitz by Filip Muller

    It's his story of three years working in the gas chambers of Auschwitz as part of the Sonder-Commando. I've learnt a lot from what I've read so far, the book is so detailed, a very good read for anyone interested in the Holocaust.
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    Having completed the Age of Five trilogy by Trudi Canavan, I've been re-reading The Belgariad by David Eddings.

    I started on Queen of Sorcery (book 2) and I'm now on Enchanter's End Game (the final book, #5). Not bad for three days, eh? :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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