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Ronove
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Moved on to Ulla Hahn's Unscharfe Bilder ('Blurred Images').
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The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde! It is sweet.
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'All the President's Men' by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward.
I don't normally read non-fiction, but this book is absolutely fascinating - I'd never really thought before about how stories in the news are researched and compiled. It's made me read the newspaper in a completely different way! :P
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The Code Book - Simon Singh
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Schuam's Outlines Biochemistry
Barrons E-Z Chemistry
British Politics for Dummies

and a wide range of other cram notes and revision guides for my emergency A Level cramming
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The Lucifer Effect - Philip Zimbardo
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"The Tiger's Wife"- Tea Obreht.
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Just about to start on David Mitchell, Ghostwritten! Though I should be going to sleep since I need to get up in about 5.5 hours
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(Original post by souldoubt)
The Lucifer Effect - Philip Zimbardo
If that's not both highly interesting and disturbing, I'd be very surprised.
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Mr Chartwell by Rebecca Hunt

http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010...ca-hunt-review
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(Original post by SilverDoe21)
I study this in English, it's a lovely book until you have to write essays on it
I wanted to use this for my coursework but wasn't allowed to. Apparently it wasn't "A-level standard". Whatever that means :p:
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Devils - Dostoevsky. He was nothing short of a genius... without any doubt my favourite writer.
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just finished Louis de Bernieres' wonderful book The Troublesome Offspring of Cardinal Guzman...
Am 1/3 of the way through Birds Without Wings by the same author.

Both highly recommended

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the unbearable lightness of being by milan kundera. really beautiful, eclectic book.
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(Original post by British_Student^^)
I wanted to use this for my coursework but wasn't allowed to. Apparently it wasn't "A-level standard". Whatever that means :p:
Haha I study it at A Level so tell AQA that Well, AS Level
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A great biography of Roald Dahl by Donald Sturrock
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Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. But only because I have this thing about reading the book before watching the film :cookie:
Hated that book! What do you think of it?
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Not a fictional book but I'm reading 'Secret Fire. The Spiritual Vision of JRR Tolkein' by Stratford Caldecott. Basically about how Tolkein's Catholicism influenced his writings
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I'm not gonna read any books/novels for leisure until after I've sat my exams. I'm hating it! I crave some good literature.
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(Original post by MelissaJayne)
I'm not gonna read any books/novels for leisure until after I've sat my exams. I'm hating it! I crave some good literature.
I'm in the same boat - there's just no time!

Although, when I do have time, of which I make most of, I read;
The Master and the Margarita - Mikhail Bulgakov
Nineteen Eighty-Four - George Orwell
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