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Old 2009-04-06, 04:37   Link #881
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Souls: Bleach Official Character Book by Shonen Jump Profiles
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Old 2009-04-06, 07:40   Link #882
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I finished some time ago Cakes and Ale by W. Somerset Maugham. Good book.
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Old 2009-04-06, 07:49   Link #883
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Confessions Of A Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella
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Old 2009-04-06, 08:14   Link #884
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I don't read as much admitedly as when i was younger but i think it was stalingrad by antony beevor, anyone interested in WWII or about stalin should check it out.
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Old 2009-04-06, 12:27   Link #885
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Old 2009-04-06, 15:22   Link #886
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Recently I read "In touch with the origins" by Shiro Tenge.
It's kind of spiritual stuff.
But I like this book a lot!
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Old 2009-04-06, 16:42   Link #887
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Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson

Its a Teen Novel about a girl who just entered high school, trying to survive from the people that hate her
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Old 2009-04-06, 17:09   Link #888
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World War Z and the Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks. The survival guide is amusing in that it takes itself seriously. It offers advice on how to prepare for and survive the immenent zombie outbreak. World War Z tells the story of a worldwide zombie outbreak by interviewing people all over the world who managed to survive. Both are excellent reads, and I particularly recommend World War Z.

I've read most or all of Terry Pratchett's Discworld series and most of the Stephen King classics. Most of the books I read lately are instructional though...
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Old 2009-04-06, 18:39   Link #889
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I just finished Le Mythe de Sisyphe by Albert Camus.

And I'm reading The Picture of Dorian Gray again.
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Old 2009-04-07, 07:04   Link #890
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The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot
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Old 2009-04-07, 09:35   Link #891
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I just finished Heidi :P
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Old 2009-04-07, 20:29   Link #892
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theives like us by stephen cole
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Old 2009-04-08, 06:11   Link #893
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Are You There God? It's Me Margaret by Judy Blume
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Old 2009-04-08, 07:47   Link #894
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I spent the last two weeks reading my sister's self-help books. The only thing I learned is that all of those books say the exact same thing, just packaged slightly differently. AND most of them make the money they claim to have gotten by following their own method...by teaching others to follow the method! Most of their millions come from book sales, seminar sales, tapes and CDs, teaching people to do things they themselves don't do. Of course that doesn't mean the method doesn't work, just means we should apply a lot more scrutiny to these kinds of books/people than we normally do. In that respect it was an edifying experience. Titles, I don't remember most of them. I think the last one was called "You were Born Rich" or something.
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Old 2009-04-08, 08:16   Link #895
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World War Z and the Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks. The survival guide is amusing in that it takes itself seriously. It offers advice on how to prepare for and survive the immenent zombie outbreak. World War Z tells the story of a worldwide zombie outbreak by interviewing people all over the world who managed to survive. Both are excellent reads, and I particularly recommend World War Z.

I've read most or all of Terry Pratchett's Discworld series and most of the Stephen King classics. Most of the books I read lately are instructional though...
survival guide is so freaking hilarious, its definitely awesome in its seriousness and over the top nature.

I've been reading Brian Herbert and Kevin J Anderson's Dune Series that builds on Frank Herberts Classic series.
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Old 2009-04-08, 11:10   Link #896
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Girls In Love by Jacqueline Wilson
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Old 2009-04-12, 11:45   Link #897
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Darkfall and Darksong by Isobelle Carmody. Been waiting for the third in the trilogy for... five years now. O.o

Across the Nightingale floor by Lian Hearn.

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

River God by Wilbur Smith.
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Old 2009-04-12, 13:09   Link #898
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Riftwar series by Raymond E. Feist
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Old 2009-04-13, 12:13   Link #899
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Girls In Tears by Jacqueline Wilson
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Old 2009-04-13, 18:13   Link #900
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I just got done reading Night Watch by Sergei ..... I forget, and I am now reading the second in the series Day Watch. ^^


Current: I'm reading Twilight Watch by Sergei Lukyanenko. I finished Day Watch!
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