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I'm reading lots of books, some for school:

Dracula- Bram Stoker (English AS set book)
The Girl at lion d'Or- Sebastian Faulks
Angels and Demons- Dan Brown
The Mysteries of Udolpho- Anne Radcliffe
Antony and Cleopatra- Shakespeare (English set book)
Middlemarch- George Eliot

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I read To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf for my course. I hated it. Took me absoloutely forever to get through. Hopefully yours is better
The Lighthouse is probably one of my favourite books- I haven't studied it, but it could be our A2 coursework. What did you dislike about it?
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Knight of the Living Dead - The Cinema of George A. Romero - Tony Williams

and re-reading Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four
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john peels semi autobiography, he died whilst writing it so his wife takes off where he finished. Excellent so far
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The Green Mile - Stephen King.
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Scar Tissue - Anthony Kiedis biography.

What a little druggie he was.
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Helena Kennedy QC. Just Law. A good read
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I just read 'A Clockwork Orange'. I really liked it.
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In my on-going trend of rading Sara Douglass, I've just finished Sinner and Pilgrim, and have started Crusader, the last in the Wayfarer Redemption series I love these books...
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I am reading 8 books right now!

1) Catch-22 by: Joseph Heller
2) One Child by: Torey L. Hayden (a true story)
3-4) 2 books by: Navada Barr (i don't know by name 'there at my dad's)
5) Small Vices by: Robert Parker
6) Mapping the Deep by: Robert Kunzig (for my learning more about marine biology
7) The Chronicles of Narnia by: C.S. Lewis (for school and because I want to).
8) and the book by that woman who was from The Perfect Storm. (sorry it's also at my dad's)

If you know write me.
Bye Bye,
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Been reading several different books from the Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice! Have to admit the films are really good especially Interview with the vampire but the books are in a different league!

Currently reading Blood & Gold - Anne Rice
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Im reading the Gormonghast trilogy they are just starting to get good.
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A Short History of Nearly Everything - Bill Bryson
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The Sculptress. reminds me abit of The Hannibal Series -)(
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Middlemarch-George Eliot
My Feudal Lord-Tehmina Durrani (severely disturbing)
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Physics for A-level
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Currently - Geomancer (Ian Irvine) and Wizard and glass (Stephen King)
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currently reading Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden (an amazing book i might add) and How To Walk In Heels by Camilla Morton
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Accomodating Brocolli in the Cemetary..or why can't anybody spell? - Vivian Cook


A good read..! It'd be good for anyone studying English Language!
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'Pride And Prejudice' by Jane Austen...I detest the woman, but actually, though it's written in a very boring style, the story's rather good!
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(Original post by Ah Rass)
'Pride And Prejudice' by Jane Austen...I detest the woman, but actually, though it's written in a very boring style, the story's rather good!
Haha, not the best choice of words, perhaps, but it's your opinion, I guess. I actually rather enjoyed that book, which is rare for me, as I don't venture much out of fantasy A tad one-dimensional that way, I have to admit, but there you have it.
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