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Jo Nesbo - The Redbreast

possibly the best norwegian crime author of all time, worth the read and a total of 9 books so far in the series!
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The Weeping Empress by Sadie Forsythe. I picked it up as a book crossing book http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/10440580/ and then released into the wild again. I don't get a lot of time to read. Its part of the reason I love manga, quick and to the point (usually). But I do love a good book.
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The Joy of Sex by Alex Comfort
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Right now I'm in the middle of reading By schism rent asunder by David Webber (book 2 of Safehold series)
Though I think when I'm done I'm going to retread the Dresden files series by Jim Butcher
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24 / M / only kami neko knows
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I think it was about a big red dog
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16 / F / look behind you...
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The Book of Awesome
by: Neil Pasricha
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23 / F / Where am I?
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Hunger Games. Before that, I don't remember.
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18 / M / Cloud Nine
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Assassins Creed Encyclopedia
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Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.
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D01BCDN3 wrote:

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.


I heard that book is quite disappointing :/

Posted 4/11/12

haikinka wrote:


D01BCDN3 wrote:

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.


I heard that book is quite disappointing :/



No, not at all. I am still reading it but I like it a lot. Yeah, it tends to sidetrack the reader's attention at times because the narrator can never shut up, but the book in general is good. I like the plot of it and it makes you think more about morals and stuff.
Posted 4/11/12
i just read What the Dog Saw. it's a self help business book pretty much. i kinda like it. it's like chicken soup for business people ^_^
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Investigating the Unexplained By Paul Roland.

This book is kinda amusing but not enough to convince me.
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I don't really remember but I'm currently reading "The Catcher In The Rye"
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The World is Flat - Thomas Friedman
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