The Age of Reason - Sartre
its kind of a YA book
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
At the moment, I'm re-reading Garth Nix's Sabriel for about the millionth time. I love it.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man - James Joyce.
Contemporary Philosophy by Frederick Copleston
A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway
I've just begun reading The Lost Book of Salem by Katherine Howe which is quite good.
Revolutionary Road - Richard Yates
Brilliant, as much as i've read of it!
Christopher James - The Invention of Butterfly
12 Books that Changed the World- Melvyn Bragg
A Life Inside: A Prisoner's Notebook by Erwin James.
Vectorial Calculus and..
Linear Algebra and its Applications.
Got no time for others lol
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.
'A Portrait of The Artist as a Young Man' - James Joyce. Excellent stuff!