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    Recently finished Wuthering Heights.

    Now stuck with 'Histoire politique de la France depuis 1945'. I have 'Tuesdays with Morrie' waiting for me at home, but I'm saving it for when I don't have essays to write (especially not when the essays are in French).
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    I'm reading 'Journal des années noires 1940-1944' by Jean Guéhenno for my war literature module at my French uni. I have 'confessions d'un accro du shopping' waiting for me for when I'm finished!
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    (Original post by ahoward)
    The Go-Between by L P Hartley, my favourite book of all time, and ive read it so so many times! may even need a new copy soon
    I read this for one of my modules at Uni and loved it so much!
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    Struggling to get through Thomas Bernhard's Correction. Has anyone read this book?
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    (Original post by beffnee)
    I read this for one of my modules at Uni and loved it so much!
    Its just so good! I came across it 7 (ish?) years ago when i was in year 9 and we had to pick 2 books for an essay to write, i cant for the life of me remember the other one but i got a copy of this one for myself and i must have read it umpteen times! its falling apart dramatically now though
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    White Teeth - Zadie Smith. A good book. The best I've read so far this year.
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    Just read QED: a strange theory of light and matter
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    The Storm of War - Andrew Roberts (for history)
    Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte

    and I keep reading bits of the Adrian Mole books by Sue Townsend just for a break from all the war and crazed Heathcliffe
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    I have found myself reading some books I loved reading as a kid.

    Reading all 21 of Enid Blyton's Famous Five. Currently reading Five Go To Mystery Moor. George and Anne have just been captured by the travellers and Julian and **** are lost in the mists.

    Simple but brilliant.
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    World War Z by Max Brooks
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    I want to read George's Marvellous Medicine again. I loved that book as a kid.
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    The curious incident of the dog in the night time read it before but I'm reading it again, just cause it's brilliant!
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    Daddy-Long-Legs - Jean Webster
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    norwegian wood


    its not very good.
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    (Original post by Inconceivable)
    Daddy-Long-Legs - Jean Webster
    Oh my gosh, I absolutely LOVE that book!

    There's a South Korean movie with the same name which is loosely based on it.. one of my favourite films too
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    Im starting Kite runner
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    (Original post by souldoubt)
    Oh my gosh, I absolutely LOVE that book!

    There's a South Korean movie with the same name which is loosely based on it.. one of my favourite films too
    I've only just started it. I really like the Judy's 'voice'.

    Oo I'll look up that film when I've finished.
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    imperial bedrooms by bret easton ellis.
    one word; MAGNIFICENT.
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    (Original post by Inconceivable)
    I've only just started it. I really like the Judy's 'voice'.

    Oo I'll look up that film when I've finished.
    Oh, I hope you enjoy it

    I watched the film first and then heard about the book.. so I did it a bit backwards, but still! A really lovely story.
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    Relentless - Dean Koontz. Does anyone read from Dean Koontz?
 
 
 
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