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    'Good Omens' by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.

    Pratchett should be knighted.
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    i read all the books in my house so im writing my own story:-)
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    Honeymoon by James Patterson & Howard Roughan
    Very Good, so far.
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    (Original post by aurion)
    i read all the books in my house so im writing my own story:-)
    Or you can go to the library
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    I should be reading "Medea" soon.

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    just finished 'eden close' by anita shreve. it's amazing, i didn't want it to end. i might even read it again!
    next on my list is 'the fountainhead' - ayn rand
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    the wealth of nations, adam smith

    so far it's been surprisingly intelligible.
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    Saturday- Ian McEwan

    Hated Enduring Love but this is so so different, think I might like this one!
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    just started 'The Godfather'; so far its alot better than i was expecting.....i think the films gave me false expectations.....(i never really liked the films....)

    i was going to read 'Papillon' but i didnt realise it was about war.....i thought it was going to be about something prettier:rolleyes:
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    Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky - I'm about 20 pages from the end and I am so impressed by this writer, it is the first of his books that I have read. If you can get this book read it - you wont be disappointed.
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    how to make love like a porn star-jenna jameson. Very horny
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    (Original post by appletizer)
    Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky - I'm about 20 pages from the end and I am so impressed by this writer, it is the first of his books that I have read. If you can get this book read it - you wont be disappointed.
    I'm glad you enjoyed it. I'm planning to give Dostoevsky a go soon myself.
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    Gentle Rogue - Johanna Lindsey
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    So that's one of the general reading books you took :p:

    The Da Vinci Code
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    So it is :hmmm: :p:
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    I'm reading Sir Thursday, by Garth Nix.
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    But I can't wait to get the Book of the Dead by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child... I can't believe no one in the UK reads books by these authors, you guys don't know what your missing!
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    'Fatherland' by Robert Harris.
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    Supersition by Karen Robard - well just finished it last night, off to find another good book now!
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    London's Bridge- James Patterson
 
 
 
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