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True True....It's great while you're reading it but when you look back it isn't really. Hated breaking dawn...she could have done so much more with it. Ending was so ****. All the fight scences she could have done but didn't.

Hated Bella from the first chapter of Twilight....she drove me nuts...I've never been so annoyed with a character ever!

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH had to rant. ahaha :woo:
ditto. but edward; pwoaaaar :p:
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Shopaholic & Sister by Sophie Kinsella as part of the shopaholic series interesting read so far
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Frankenstein for my course, and Beyond Good and Evil in my spare time online.
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=O I loooved the deepwoods! <3
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The Edge Chronicles!
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The illustrations are wicked too.
Those were the first books I ever properly read and loved :woo:


Currently reading the Hobbit takes some stress off after hardcore studying 20-something Carol Ann Duffy poems for english.

Just before this I finished The Road, by Cormac McCarthy (pretty good once you're into it) and Fight Club, which is one of the few books were I liked the film as much as the book
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the virgin of flames by chris abani

interesting if you are looking for something different, well written but with lots of weird characters. a completely different side of los angeles to what you'd imagine.
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(Original post by I_Are_Scientist)
Those were the first books I ever properly read and loved :woo:


Currently reading the Hobbit takes some stress off after hardcore studying 20-something Carol Ann Duffy poems for english.

Just before this I finished The Road, by Cormac McCarthy (pretty good once you're into it) and Fight Club, which is one of the few books were I liked the film as much as the book
Yay for the Hobbit!!
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Just finished Let it Bleed by Ian Rankin one of the one's from the Rebus series and thoroughly enjoyed it. I have now started The Hard Way by Lee Child.
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(Original post by I_Are_Scientist)
Those were the first books I ever properly read and loved :woo:


Currently reading the Hobbit takes some stress off after hardcore studying 20-something Carol Ann Duffy poems for english.

Just before this I finished The Road, by Cormac McCarthy (pretty good once you're into it) and Fight Club, which is one of the few books were I liked the film as much as the book
That series of books were fantastic, really set my imagination alight! Much better than Harry Potter...
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I've just finished reading The Shining by Stephen King which I loved. Now I'm reading another book of his called The Dark Half.
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The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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Riding Rockets: The Outrageous Tales of a Space Shuttle Astronaut by astronaut Mike Mullane. It's very good :yep:
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Gone with the Wind ....
I know i am gonna cry ..but I love it
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Thibodeau - Anatomy and Physiology whoooop!
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Oscar Wilde - The Picture of Dorian Gray
very nice story, like it very much
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I'm finally reading On the Road (Jack Kerouac) having read pretty much all of Bukowski and Burroughs and enjoying Ginsberg's poetry.

Plan on rekindling my Steinbeck love soon
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Just finished A Woman In Berlin - Anon and am now reading The Bookseller of Kabul - Åsne Seierstad.
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Beowulf - the Seamus Heaney translation. Love Heaney. I can imagine so much of the personality of Anglo-saxon that might be lost in other translations is kept so fresh! It's one of my favourite opening lines.
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Madness by Marya Hornbacher.
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I finished Riding Rockets by Mike Mullane last night, and I've just started on Moondust: In search of the men who fell to earth by Andrew Smith. I'm in a rut of only reading space books at the moment.
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you guys that're reading books at the mo, do you have exams to do/are you meant to be revising?

cause I pretty much wont let myself get into a book cause I've lots of work to do.
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