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ThrillMe69
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(Original post by Waterstorm)
Core Mathematics 4.
Oh what a tantalising read :rolleyes:
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yeahh, but it's worth ploughing through to get to the fourth. seriously, i'm excited for you!
fourths the best, then i'd say first, then second, then third :/
Well, gonna get it over with fast then. Thanks for the heads up! Going out now to by the book :vroam:
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btw did anyone else just not get into the Da Vinci Code?
I tried to read it cos it was popular and everyone seemed to have read it. But it's not my usual type of book, I'm more thrashy women-scandal lol But no, I couldn't get in on it, I read a few pages. But my summer starts today so I'm hopefully gonna get more time to read
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Buddha of Suburbia.

Ew, you're reading the Twilight saga :nn:
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Ew, don't be a book snob. I wouldn't even condemn someone for reading Marian Keyes
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To kill a mockingbird for my english GCSE homework *sighs* i might just look up a plot on google
and Mathematics and the Imagination
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Nicholas Nickleby - Charles Dickens.
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Atonement by Ian McEwan, it's beautiful escapism.
Im reading more of that than i am of Contemporary Linguistics by O'Grady, Dobrovolsky and Katamba, need to re-address the revision vs pleasure balance
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Evasion. anonymous.
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The communist Manifesto. Just finished 'thus spoke zarathustra'.
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"Before They Are Hanged" by Joe Abercrombie. It's immense.
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I'm re-reading Angels and Demons so i can enjoy the film properly and see if it does the book justice. About 3/4 of the way through it and loving it all over again!

Next book in line is Play Dead by Richard Montanari - brilliant series of books
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Vikram Seth- An equal music
Bloody good
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im reading remember me by sophie kinsella. got through about a third at the moment...and its as amusing as the rest of kinsella's books
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The Curious incident of the dog in the night-time - Mark Haddon
Atonement - Ian McEwan
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Dave Gorman's Googlewhack Adventure :awesome:
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I finished reading Only half of me by Raageh Omar (sp?), it was for a module on my course but a really interesting book, opened my eyes for sure.

Currently just started reading The bang bang club... it's about a group of photojournalists who documented the aparthied in south africa, fab book for any budding photojournalist.
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The Electric-Kool Aid Acid Test
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Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell

with bits of CGP AS-Level Physics in between :p:
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The Electric-Kool Aid Acid Test
Awesome. I never come across anyone else who reads Tom Wolfe.
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