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    A Darkness Forged in Fire- Chris Evans
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    Picked up The Book Thief by Markus Zusak from Waterstones the other day. Its been recommended to me a few times but never got around to reading it till now.
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    To the lighthouse...
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    The Adventures of Augie March, really quite exceptional.
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    Birdsong - damn college reading list.
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    I'm now starting Le Morte d'Arthur, and it's really interesting. I've been considering rereading MASH by Richard Hooker, but I can't be bothered right now.
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    Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons.
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    Germinal by Zola and Room With A View (halfway through) for English..ha
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    (Original post by bite_of_cake)
    Germinal by Zola and Room With A View (halfway through) for English..ha
    Brilliant book, read it and now read two more from that cycle (Drinking Den and Le Bete Humaine).
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    Jane Eyre- Charlotte Bronte
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    The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún - JRR Tolkien.
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    (Original post by Kitty_x)
    The Lovely Bones.
    That's next on my list. How're you finding it?

    I finished the Molesworth trilogy a couple of days ago (JK Rowling would be nothing without it) and have now started re-reading Homer's Odyssey. Probably the 10th time I've read it :ninja:

    Homer :love:
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    (Original post by fabulous_darling)
    That's next on my list. How're you finding it?

    I finished the Molesworth trilogy a couple of days ago (JK Rowling would be nothing without it) and have now started re-reading Homer's Odyssey. Probably the 10th time I've read it :ninja:

    Homer :love:
    I loved it, it's the kind of book you cannot put down, i'm excited for the film but I hope they don't ruin it, like My Sister's Keeper.
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    Dostoevsky's Memoirs from the House of the Dead. I should finish it before I fall asleep, or tomorrow morning. Then I will listen to two audio-books I borrowed from the library: Conrad's Lord Jim and Eliot's The Mill on the Floss. I have not read anything by the latter so it should be somewhat interesting.
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    Capote's In Cold Blood. Is very good so far, and I've not even got to the murders yet lol. :tongue:
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    The Blithedale Romance by Nathaniel Hawthorne. It's one fo the books I have to read for uni this year, but I like Hawthorne and I've been meaning to read this one for a while so it's all good
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    I'm reading 'Lolita' on the recomendation of the TSR community
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    (Original post by Celtic_Anthony)
    Brilliant book, read it and now read two more from that cycle (Drinking Den and Le Bete Humaine).
    I finished it! So good! Also read L'Assommoir already, and Nana (my favourite) and La Fortune des Rougons. Want to read La Curée and L'Oeuvre now..
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    Body of Evidence - Patricia Cornwell.
 
 
 
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