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    ^ I adore that play.

    'By myself and then some' Lauren Bacall
    'The lost art of keeping secrets' Eva Rice
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    JKRowling - H P and H B P ( it was better than biol textbook)
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    Mount Dragon by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child.
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    The Sunday Philosophy Club - Alexander McCall Smith
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    The Drawing of the Three - Stephen King (not exactly strenuous reading but fleh, exams)
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    book on Che Guevara.

    Interesting bloke.


    I should be reading revision books though...
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    A Falcon Flies - Wilbur Smith
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    Collins AS Biology - Bill Indge.

    Oh how fun revision is. :fight:
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    'Angels and Demons' Dan Brown
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    Terry Eagleton, 'Literary Theory: An Introduction'. Urgh...
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    Friedrich Nietzsche - Thus Spake Zarathustra
    Oscar Wilde - The Picture of Dorian Gray (again)
    and Anthony Capella - The Food of Love (again)
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    The Beach by Alex Garland - amazing so far
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    (Original post by zillysteph)
    The Beach by Alex Garland - amazing so far
    I've read it about 5 times.
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    "The House on the Strand" by Daphne Du Maurier (of "Rebecca" fame).

    It's almost as addictive reading as the drug which is the major plot device in the story...
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    The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency - Alexander McCall Smith
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    The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency - Alexander McCall Smith
    You seem to be getting through those McCall Smith books rather quickly! They must be good
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    'The Right Nation' by John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge.
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    I just finished "In the Miso Soup" by Ryu Murakami. It was alright, I suppose. I'm also reading a collection of Chekhov's short stories, and those are truly fantastic, profound even. My favourites so far are "Dreams", "The Chorus Girl" and "Anna on the Neck".
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    Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
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    Birdsong - Sebastian Faulkes
    and Eats, Shoots & Leaves - Lynne Truss
    I've only read 2 books this year. arghh. i keep picking them up and then getting bored, but im finally getting better at concentrating now
 
 
 
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