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Posted 11/11/11
A Study in Scarlet by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami
Posted 11/13/11
Forever by maggie stiefvater <3
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The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini and I highly recommend it!! I'm a bookworm so I have read hundreds of books but this one is the BEST story I have read, it moved me like no other. It is certainly the most delicious piece of literature I've had the pleasure to lay my eyes on, an outstanding novel that will be remembered for many generations to come...it will always be in my mind and heart, to say the least.
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Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami. it's quite different from his other novels, but it was just as melancholy. i liked it, but not as much as the other Murakami novels I've read.
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Posted 11/14/11
I believe it was The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger.


kirika202 wrote:

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini and I highly recommend it!! I'm a bookworm so I have read hundreds of books but this one is the BEST story I have read, it moved me like no other. It is certainly the most delicious piece of literature I've had the pleasure to lay my eyes on, an outstanding novel that will be remembered for many generations to come...it will always be in my mind and heart, to say the least.


I recommend the Kite Runner too. Great read.
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Economics for the Rest of Us - Moshe Adler
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imphic wrote:

Economics for the Rest of Us - Moshe Adler


Tried The World Is Flat - Thomas Friedman?

There was another economic book I read but the title escapes me. I think the content too.
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Akiha- wrote:


imphic wrote:

Economics for the Rest of Us - Moshe Adler


Tried The World Is Flat - Thomas Friedman?

There was another economic book I read but the title escapes me. I think the content too.


Yes. I even took a seminar on globalization based around it. Probably the best contemporary economics book I've read.
Posted 11/14/11
The bible, after that I never read a book again.
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Der Steppenwolf by Hermann Hesse (feelin' educated)
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Posted 11/14/11
Several versions of the Bible . ..
The Q'ran (hard to read)
The Zen of Fish (it's about sushi)
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Postwar Europe (kind of boring)...

Was thinking about picking up "The Social Animal"
Posted 11/25/11
Strangers by Barbara Elsborg

Heaviest book I've read in awhile. I feel emotionally.... drained.
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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.
It was pretty good. I'm thinking of reading Catching Fire next.
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Posted 11/25/11
I just finished re-reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. That book is just amazing - if you haven't read it yet, what are you waiting for? (Especially if you've seen the new trailer for the upcoming movie. If that doesn't motivate you to read the book, WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU, I CAN'T EVEN.)



kirika202 wrote:

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini and I highly recommend it!! I'm a bookworm so I have read hundreds of books but this one is the BEST story I have read, it moved me like no other. It is certainly the most delicious piece of literature I've had the pleasure to lay my eyes on, an outstanding novel that will be remembered for many generations to come...it will always be in my mind and heart, to say the least.


Oh my god THAT BOOK. It is the only book I had to read in school where I wound up buying a copy for myself and willingly re-read it. It's so haunting and beautiful and it may or may not have brought tears to my eyes several times - and I do not cry easily at all. I heartily back this recommendation.
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