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    (Original post by James1991)
    Christopher Hitchens: "No One Left To Lie To: The Triangulations Of William Jefferson Clinton/The Values Of The Worst Family"

    And in fiction:

    Jane Austen: "Sense And Sensibility" for like, the one thousandth time


    :ditto: What a fantastic book:yes:
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    "Wuthering Heights"
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    Philosophy of Mind - John Hein
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    I'm reading:

    Bleak House- Dickens. But the second narrative is dragging, so I'm side-lining it for:
    Rebecca- Du Maurier
    and some Psychology books for uni

    Once I've read them I'm going to read:

    Dubliners- Joyce
    The Tenant of Wildfell Hall- Anne Bronte (poor Anne. She's so overlooked. So I hope I like it for her sake )
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    I'm reading sharpe's Triumph by Bernard Caldwell and also The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins (That's more for taking notes haha but fair good (Y) )
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    The Liar by Stephen Fry.
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    (Original post by Hibz123)
    I read all of the Harry Potter books aswell:excited: The film is apparently coming out very soon:yep:

    Pick up a book!
    Help me pick one!! :puppyeyes:
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    (Original post by bibliotheque)
    "Wuthering Heights"
    :thumbsup: Another great book
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    (Original post by Hibz123)
    I read all of the Harry Potter books aswell:excited: The film is apparently coming out very soon:yep:

    Pick up a book!

    Harry Potter is immense and the film is out on 17th July
    www.mugglenet.com
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    (Original post by minimo156)
    Help me pick one!! :puppyeyes:
    What kind of book would you like me to recommend?
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    STOP THOSE PUPPYEYES:p:
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    (Original post by weirdwakkidolli)
    Harry Potter is immense and the film is out on 17th July
    www.mugglenet.com
    Yay! Thanks
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    (Original post by scotland26)
    along came a spider- james patterson
    only 20 pages left
    ah i started it but lost the book !! hows it
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    (Original post by Hibz123)
    What kind of book would you like me to recommend?
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    STOP THOSE PUPPYEYES:p:
    erm a good one that wants to make you read more .... and no soppy romantic stuff please :puppyeyes:
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    The Name of the Rose, by Umberto Eco.

    Holy moly, I love it thus far. It's fast becoming one of my favourite books.
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    (Original post by minimo156)
    erm a good one that wants to make you read more .... and no soppy romantic stuff please :puppyeyes:
    Ummm.....My brother has recently read The world without us by Alan weisman or Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA
    By Tim Weiner, if that helps:confused:
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    (Original post by minimo156)
    erm a good one that wants to make you read more .... and no soppy romantic stuff please :puppyeyes:
    The Count of Monte Cristo- Dumas. It's about revenge, redemption, betrayal, justice, etc, plus there's a bit of lesbianism in there for good measure

    Everything Is Illuminated- Foer. Intriguing :yep:
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    (Original post by Kaykiie)
    Just bought "The Historian" and "The Vampire Lestat" good reading

    I loved The Historian, read it a while ago but was def one of those memorable books. I think it takes a bit of getting into but once ya do it's hard to put down. Or at least I thought so


    Reading The Pillars of the Earth - Ken Follett at the moment and its really good as well
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    (Original post by minimo156)
    erm a good one that wants to make you read more .... and no soppy romantic stuff please :puppyeyes:
    Curious tale of the dog in the night time
    kingdom by the sea by robert westall
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    "The Small House at Allington" by Anthony Trollope
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    There's an exact version of this thread stickied.

    Sexing the Cherry by Jeanette Winterson.
 
 
 
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