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    Started reading The Blind Assassin - Atwood
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    (Original post by doomhalo)
    Parisians by Graham Robb, I can wear midnight (or something like that i can't remember the exact title!) by Terry Pratchett.
    Any good? :holmes:

    I'm reading Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote (well technically the second short story)
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    the very hungry catterpillar! <3
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    The Confusion by Neal Stephenson

    There are some great parts but overall I'm not too keen on it. I'm about half way through and intend on finishing it because I'm not going to let myself miss out if there are more good parts to come.
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    1984. good read. worrying. thought provoking.
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    stephen king - full dark, no stars
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    (Original post by AmyLH)
    stephen king - full dark, no stars
    I read the first story before returning it to the library. Pretty gruesome.
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    Sir Alan Sugar's autobiography. It's good
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    Revolution - Jennifer Donnelly.
    I am finding it really interesting atm XD
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    (Original post by giantlemon)
    1984. good read. worrying. thought provoking.
    It is good, we had to study it for AS level and it kinda ruined it, but rereading it, I enjoyed it much more. How far are ya through it?
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    A Clockwork Orange - Anthony Burgess
    at the same time as trying to read Le Petit Prince - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry :erm:
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    Just finished One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, which was great, now I'm about to start About a Boy by Nick Hornby. I didn't actually like the film when I saw it years ago, so this should be interesting, to say the least.
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    Shadow Web-N.M. Browne
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    Slaughterhouse V - Kurt Vonnegut
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    Brunel
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    Memoirs of a Geisha - Arthur Golden
    A Thousand Splendid Suns - Khaled Hosseini

    They're both great stories
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    I just finished Message In a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks. Great book, so sad at the end though!
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    the secret history
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    I'm reading "The HR Scorecard" for my BA dissertation
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    "The Law and the Lady" -Wilkie Collins
    "The Tent" -Margaret Atwood

    Just finished: "The Magic Toyshop" -Angela Carter (not as good as I'd hoped)
 
 
 
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