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    If you're anything like me, you'll constantly have a ridiculously long list of books you're wanting to read, and no way near enough to read all of them anytime soon. I tend to prioritise, and usually have something top of the list that I want to read next :love:

    Do you tend to have a short 'to-read' list, or a really long one like me? And what's topping your list right now for what to read next? :holmes:
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    After I finish out the semester I'm going to read, "Democracy in America" by Alexis de Tocqueville and, "The Prince" by Machiavelli. If I get through with those quick enough I think I'll pick up, "A Monetary History of The United States" by Dr. Milton Friedman. If not I'll have to wait until the summer.
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    I'm gonna read Veronica decides to die by Paulo Coelho
    I love his book
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    Neverending list. I have books stacked up around the house. most of them are work related I guess so I don't have much chance to do fiction etc, though I have got a load of stuff on the Easter Rising and the IRA that I'm working through.
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    I put the names of all the books I'm yet to read in a jar (there's at least 20!) and pick them randomly, so I make sure I read any books I keep putting off. Today I started reading One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus which I have wanted to read for ages!
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    (Original post by stressedpotato)
    I put the names of all the books I'm yet to read in a jar (there's at least 20!) and pick them randomly, so I make sure I read any books I keep putting off. Today I started reading One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus which I have wanted to read for ages!
    That's actually such a good idea! I might have to set up my own jar at some point, that's a really neat way of keeping it random :gah:
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    I would like to read Paper Towns by John Green, but I have 2 bookshelves full in my bedroom so I have plenty to read anyway!
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    (Original post by laurawatt)
    I would like to read Paper Towns by John Green, but I have 2 bookshelves full in my bedroom so I have plenty to read anyway!
    Ooo good call, that's a really good book in my view!
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    The annoying myriad of books and articles I have to read for my degree and essay. :shakecane:
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    Too many books...

    Das Kapital- Karl Marx

    The Human Condition- Hannah Arendt

    Eleven Minutes- Paulo Coelho

    Not sure which one yet though
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    Too many to remember and growing, hence the reason I started my goodreads account I think I have 20+ so far <sobs>

    I'd like to read these books though
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    Thirteen Reasons Why
    The Power of Six
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    Mockingjay
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    Iti s a lot, there are so many novels I would love to read as soon as possible:

    In times of pest and cholera by Marquez
    One hudred years of solitude by Marquez
    The count of Monte Christo by Dumas
    The name of the Rose by Eco
    The Trial by Kafka
    The grapes of wrath by Steinbeck

    Hope so to read one of the named them during the christmas time.
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    I've just ordered Nagarjunian Disputations from Abebooks. Might be useful for my thesis but if not it'll at least be a nice read.
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    The very next book I intend to read is Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. I've already seen the BBC television adaptation of 2008 on numerous occasions and have always thoroughly enjoyed watching it, so, naturally, I already have high expectations for its papery counterpart.
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    Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

    The Silent Woman: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes by Janet Malcolm
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    Apart from my endless uni reading lists, I have yet to read a book that I bought during the summer.

    Liar Liar - M.J. Arlidge
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    (Original post by shadowdweller)
    If you're anything like me, you'll constantly have a ridiculously long list of books you're wanting to read, and no way near enough to read all of them anytime soon. I tend to prioritise, and usually have something top of the list that I want to read next :love:

    Do you tend to have a short 'to-read' list, or a really long one like me? And what's topping your list right now for what to read next? :holmes:
    I only read what's necessary and I never indulge in fiction.
 
 
 
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