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    Heat - George Monbiot, incredibly depressing but fascinating stuff.
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    Birds Song - Sebastian Faulks;
    Private Peacful - Michael Morpurgo *read it once before and cried*;
    Strange Meeting - Susan Hill;
    And i've just finished Journey's End.

    I don't usually have this many on the go, there for English Literature synoptic unit on WW1 literature.
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    I've got a few on the go

    Rebecca - Daphne du Marier
    Catch 22 - Joseph Heller
    and
    The Complete Works of Saki - Saki (although so far I'm only half way through the short stories!)
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    A self help CBT workbook for overcoming social anxiety - I'm on book 3 of 3
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    all the twilight series: twilight, new moon, eclipse and breaking dawn.

    its amazing
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    (Original post by cats_have_teats)
    Blind Willow, Sleeping woman - Murakami
    I'm also reading a book by Murakami: Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World. I love his books.
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    Dirac's biography. It's awesome!
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    Armageddon's children- Terry Brooks
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    I wish I was reading a really really good book
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    New Moon by Stephenie Meyer.
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    One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.
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    (Original post by Slice)
    Rebecca - Daphne du Marier
    such an AMAZING book!
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    1984
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    Labour Forces - ed. Kevin Jefferys

    and then lots and lots of uni reading inc today Goodman, Quine and Mackie.

    Just finished 'For whom the Bell tolls' - Hemingway. Great book
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    (Original post by sparkly_woo)
    Moab is My Washpot - Stephen Fry

    .. next.. Twilight :yep:
    You'll be finished it in no time, I couldn't put it down!

    "The Host" by Stephanie Meyer
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    The Prince, Niccolo Machiavelli.
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    Sunflower Forest - Torey Hayden
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    Dreams from my father by Barack Obama
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    I'm reading Le Rouge et le Noir by Stendhal. It's brilliant. It's such a page-turner! I find myself reading it when I should be doing work.

    I'm not the world's greatest fan of fiction. I love art history books because they're interspersed with pretty pictures. :o: I haven't moved on that much from books I read when I was five because I still love pictures!

    (Original post by Ashly...!)
    Birds Song - Sebastian Faulks;
    Private Peacful - Michael Morpurgo *read it once before and cried*;
    Strange Meeting - Susan Hill;
    And i've just finished Journey's End.

    I don't usually have this many on the go, there for English Literature synoptic unit on WW1 literature.
    OMG, Private Peaceful and Strange Meeting! Awesome books! Meh, I wish I was doing your synoptic unit. ¬_¬
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    Enduring Love by Ian McEwan
 
 
 
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