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JonMDavies
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The Age of Reason - Sartre
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(Original post by milkbeetle)
What's your opinion of Kingdom? I'd like to read more of his stuff. Clockwork Orange is truly brilliant (the film, on the other hand, was appalling). You really should read it, you'll be thinking in Nadsat by the end of it.
I don't think it was that good, although I've slightly overdosed on Burgess (he wrote an awful lot of books, and sometimes it feels like it). Good for an introduction to the mythology-slash-history of the beginnings of christianity plus the roman emperors around then, but then I'm reasonably ignorant about that. Earthly Powers or his autobiographies are probably the best things of his that I've looked at. (although some of his other things sound fun - a fictional bio of shakespeare in shakespeareany english, a musical of Ulysses.)
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its kind of a YA book
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marked: the first of the house of night series
i quite like it
just about a school for vampires heh reccomend to any twilight fans
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At the moment, I'm re-reading Garth Nix's Sabriel for about the millionth time. I love it.
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man - James Joyce.
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Thornton Wilder's "Theophilus North" - a lot of curious facts and a very bright main character :yep:
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Map of Bones
Excavation
both by James Rollins . . . i prefered the first one
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Contemporary Philosophy by Frederick Copleston
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Currently reading

A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway
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I've just begun reading The Lost Book of Salem by Katherine Howe which is quite good.
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Twilight: New Moon
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Revolutionary Road - Richard Yates
Brilliant, as much as i've read of it!
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Christopher James - The Invention of Butterfly
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12 Books that Changed the World- Melvyn Bragg
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A Life Inside: A Prisoner's Notebook by Erwin James.
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Left Bank-Kate Muir (stole it off my sister as I liked the cover. I'm despicable :sigh:)
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Um...
Vectorial Calculus and..
Linear Algebra and its Applications.

Got no time for others lol
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The Brothers Karamazov -Dostoevsky
Enjoying it so far, but will most likely take a fair time to finish due A2s in June. I probably prefer Crime and Punishment at the moment but I'm only about a quarter of the way in to this one and its a while since I read Crime and Punishment. Have been on crimey/spy things for a while (le carre etc.) so it was a bit of a shock to the system.
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Jared Diamond - Collapse
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'A Portrait of The Artist as a Young Man' - James Joyce. Excellent stuff!
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