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What genre do you like?


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What genre do you like?


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Hmm.... Fiction: Crime/thriller. Non fiction: Popular science, psychology and philosophy.
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Casual Vacancy? Maybe worth a read? Haven't read it myself, but bae was enthralled by it
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Hmm.... Fiction: Crime/thriller. Non fiction: Popular science, psychology and philosophy.
There's an obscure little book called Thus Spoke Zarathustra. You might enjoy it, Mr. Nietzsche.
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movies >>>>
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Hmm.... Fiction: Crime/thriller. Non fiction: Popular science, psychology and philosophy.
Have you read the power of five series?


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There's an obscure little book called Thus Spoke Zarathustra. You might enjoy it, Mr. Nietzsche.
I'm in the process of reading Thus Spoke Zarathustra, It's an awesome little book!
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Have you read the power of five series?


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No I haven't. I'll look it up.
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I have a black dog
Confessions of a Flesh Eater
The Outsider (by Albert Camus)
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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime
Black Magician series by Trudi Canavan
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No I haven't. I'll look it up.
I read one of the books (Necropolis) years ago. One of the best books I ever read though and I'm not even into thrillers.


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I'm actually a fan of the SIGMA Force series by James Rollins!
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Millenium trilogy by Larsson
Lost Symbol by Dan Brown

Anything by Schopenhauer
Anything by Carl Jung
Pocket Oracle by Baltasar Gracian
Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
Good Psycopath's Guide to Success by Dutton and McNab
The Incredible Unlikeliness of Being by Alice Roberts
Anything by Oliver Sacks
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A good popular science book is Cosmos by Carl Sagan, it's a tad bit outdated but it still holds it true values in this day and age
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