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    Destroyed - Jayne Sterne.
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    Rereading Northen Lights - Phillip Pullman. Almost forgot how much I love this book.
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    The Hour I First Believed- Wally Lamb
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    Living Dead in Dallas - Charlaine Harris
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    white - richard dyer
    it's not how good you are, it's how good you want to be - paul arden
    joseph andrews - henry fielding
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    Reading: The Children's Book - AS Byatt ( deserving of its man booker prize nomination me thinks).

    and also the lost symbol - wanna see what the hype was about...
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    E. M. Forster, Aspects of the Novel.
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    Forever - Judy Blume.

    It's quite good (Y).
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    The Outsider, Camus
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    I've recently finished It's not what you think by Chris Evans which was probably the most enjoyable autobiography I've read this year. Plus it got me nostalgic for the old Big Breakfast show that I use to watch before school. I sure do miss the nineties sometimes.

    Anyway, right now I'm reading Losing My Virginity by Richard Branson - mainly due to the mention of Branson in Evans' autobiography which got me interested in the bloke. So far, I'm not disappointed. I am also reading Superfreakonomics by Levitt & Dubner but I can't say that I'm feeling it with this book. It seems more of what one might expect to read in a magazine and not as good as the first book which was more deserving of the book format.
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    The Art of War, Sun-Tzu
    On Art and Life, John Ruskin
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    Finished Nigh-No-Place by Jen Hadfield. Her poetry is visually stunning and she deserves winning the T.S Eliot prize, but there were moments when I wanted to shout out WTF?
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    John Grisham's The Innocent Man. I love it.
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    Queen Camilla - Sue Townsend.
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    I've finally finished Demons. Now I'm on to Catch-22, Heller.
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    The New York Trilogy, Paul Auster
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    (Original post by Stijn)
    The New York Trilogy, Paul Auster
    Good book I absolutely loved it!

    Im not sure what to read next.. just finished the liar by Stephen Fry and am torn between his autobiography or the no1 ladies detective agency.
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    (Original post by 22KT22)
    the no1 ladies detective agency.
    Love that series. Wasn't so sure about the BBC adaptations but the novels are really fun
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    (Original post by tigermoth99)
    Love that series. Wasn't so sure about the BBC adaptations but the novels are really fun
    Yeah they got recommended to me so I thought I'd give it a shot.
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    (Original post by cubismdream)
    Now I'm on to Catch-22, Heller.
    Me too!

    And, Physics of the Impossible by Michio Kaku
    And, also reading Emma by Austen again.
 
 
 
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