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    Wizard's First Rule polished off, got a couple on the go now.

    Restaurant At The End Of The Universe - Douglas Adams
    Inheritance - Simon Brown (I think)
    Tourist Season - Carl Hiaasen
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    Gulliver's Travels

    school summer reading

    i hate it. its sooo stupid. i mean he pees on a house and gets thrown out. and he describes EVERYTHING. aarghly. the only interesting thing thathe didnt describe was the battle. bleh
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    (Original post by Starsailor)
    L'Etranger by Albert Camus.

    Michael
    i read that
    i liked it
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    Atonement- Ian McEwan
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    James Joyce's A portrait of the artist as a young man. Difficult to get into, to say the least.
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    Che Guevara's Bolivian Diary
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    A Brief history - Bill Bryson
    Moving Pictures - Terry Pratchett
    Northern Lights - Philip Pullman for the 3rd time
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    (Original post by Victime de la mode)
    The hitchhikers guide to the galaxy - douglas adams
    I'm reading that now. Love the writing style, have often laughed at it making my family think I'm a bit strange. Ah well

    I'm also reading Notes on a Scandal - Zoe Heller
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    bourne supremacy-
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    How weird, I just came to the thread to say I am reading the Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum.
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    (Original post by rewmck)
    How weird, I just came to the thread to say I am reading the Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum.
    :five: oh thanks thats what the authors called

    i havent read bourne identity, but bourne supremacy is pretty good so far!
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    La Reine Margot - Alexandre Dumas
    I adore the style.
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    Banana Yoshimoto - Kitchen
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    If nobody speaks of remarkable things - jon mcgregor
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    On Beauty - Zadie Smith...really enjoying it sofar despite never really getting into White Teeth.
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    What Matters Most Is How Well You Walk Through The Fire by Charles Bukowski. Without any doubt, one of the most enjoyable poetry collections I've ever read.
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    Sabriel- Garth Nix

    brought that book ages ago and recently found it in my wardrobe,cant believe i havent read it earlier,its great!
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    Scar Tissue- Anthony Kiedis

    And i think i may well start to read one of my new geology books, just in case i get into university (i'm having a bit of a low self esteem and belief day and don't see it happening)... so snowball earth by gabrielle walker here we come!

    Lou
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    Hanging on to Max- Margaret Bechard
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    I finished Crime and Punishment yesterday and have now moved onto Anna Karenina (Leo Tolstoy) which I'm enjoying so far (p78).

    Unfortunately (or rather, fortunately ) I have far too many new books than I can read in any sensible length of time - curse amazon!
 
 
 
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