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Furthering my serious re-reading of everything on my shelf, I picked up my omnibus edition of The Tamuli by my first ever fantasy-author, David Eddings. By that I mean the first book of the genre that I ever read was by him.

Excellent series, although I suspect the target audience includes people who are about three years younger than me... If I couldn't see it then, then I can now lol .
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My Chemistry textbooks all day....I'm so sick looking at 'em now. eugh.
haha. revising eh? :p:
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I was doing chemistry revision today! Going through my AS module one and two stuff... can't believe I used to find it challenging :p:.
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(Original post by A_Singh)
I was doing chemistry revision today! Going through my AS module one and two stuff... can't believe I used to find it challenging :p:.
Maybe you've got smarter (doubt...)
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Nick Hornby - A Long Way Down
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(Original post by LpLex)
Maybe you've got smarter (doubt...)
Lol, I don't doubt it :p:. I've definitely learnt a lot more, and the later modules simply increase your knowledge of the basic stuff... so doing the basic stuff once you've learnt about the harder stuff is easy. It's just making sure I know everything in sufficient detail hehe.
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Scott Moncrieff's Proust. As I have been (fitfully) for several months - I'm enjoying it, but can only manage a few pages when I'm feeling tired, and I do most of my reading in bed, so it's taking forever.
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Belgarath the Sorcerer by David Eddings. This carries on my current trend of re-reads, though I think I shall put it aside in favour of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, as it looks like I need to remember the story haha.
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Vanishing Acts - Jodi Picoult
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Proust got too much for me (and I finished a volume), so now I'm onto Charles Johnson's Lives of the Most Notorious Pirates, which is great fun.
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Well, I finished re-reading the Half-Blood Prince yesterday... great book . I started another one... The Seeress of Kell by David Eddings. Another great book .
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Lady Chatterley's Lover, DH Lawrence.

Read it. It's awesome. xx
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The Eye In The Door by Pat Barker for my Eng Lit wider reading. It's pretty good, not amazing though
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Trainspotting -'tis good, I've never seen the film but it isn't half taking a while to get through, with all the Scots dialect!

Also, Regeneration, for obvious reasons, those who did the english lit A2!
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I'm seriously running out of things to read. I don't have the money to buy new books, and don't have the time to go to a library!

Just finished re-reading the "Mat" bits from Knife of Dreams by Robert Jordan. Good book.
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Making Out - Claire Gets Caught by Katherine Applegate :p:
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(Original post by LpLex)
haha. revising eh? :p:
yes, sadly I was
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Embers by Sándor Márai

Just finished To kill a mockingbird
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Almost finished The Da Vinci Code and will soon start Labyrinth - Kate Mosse.
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