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  • Felodi
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    I recently finished reading Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. Incredible book, I'm delighted.
    Last edited by Felodi; Thu May 28th, 2020, 15:01.

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  • sonia85
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    I just began to read Ford Madox Ford Parade's End cause want to watch TV adaptation with Benedict Cumberbatch. Eh, what's that cute Englishman doing to me?!

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  • 17Something
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    Frisk by Dennis Cooper.

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  • 17Something
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    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

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  • JSparksFan
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    Starting reading this three days ago. It's fascinating thus far!

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  • 17Something
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    A Clockwork Orange.

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  • Thriller
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    Finally got round to starting this and I’ve been hooked; one of the most refreshing and brutally honest autobiographies.

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  • Loose
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    Lots of scientific stuff no one is interested in like

    * statistics
    * financial mathematics
    * business research
    * corporate advertising

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  • sonia85
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    Patrick Melrose by Edward St Aubyn

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  • 17Something
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    The Shining.

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  • Hejira
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    Just finished this. It was great. King rarely disappoints for me.

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  • banksy
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    NOS4A2 by Joe Hill.

    It's good, y'all! I didn't know that there was a show based on it until a week or so ago, but I plan to check it out once I finish the book.

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  • 17Something
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    Just finished And the Ass Saw the Angel, now moving on to Fight Club.

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  • Shwatz
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    Currently reading 'Little Big Man'.

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  • Madgefan
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    Originally posted by HelenManchester View Post
    The last work I read was Antoine de Saint Exupéry's "The Little Prince". The college was asked to choose a novel or novel, and write an essay about it. I already read this work earlier, and it began to me, therefore for the composition I decided to choose it. But I have always had problems with writing an essay: either the structure is wrong, the thought is lost.. It’s good that there are resources that write my essay online. The writing turns out to be of high quality and well built.
    A beautiful book. It was one of my favourites growing up.

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  • HelenManchester
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    The last work I read was Antoine de Saint Exupéry's "The Little Prince". The college was asked to choose a novel or novel, and write an essay about it. I already read this work earlier, and it began to me, therefore for the composition I decided to choose it. But I have always had problems with writing an essay: either the structure is wrong, the thought is lost.. It’s good that there are resources that write my essay online. The writing turns out to be of high quality and well built.

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  • theMathematician
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    Does anyone on here know the 'Land of Stories' series? I read it getting good reviews on Amazon and wonder whether anyone of you could confirm that...

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  • TripTheTrackFantastic
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  • ffgravygirl82
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    my all time fave book are: "the harry potter series", the "confessions of a shopaholic series", & most TRUE CRIME & MYSTERY type of books!! 😍😍😊😊👍👍

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  • aRat
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    Originally posted by Rihab View Post
    Just finished:

    Ugh yass. This a classique. I have read it twice some years ago.

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  • Rihab
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    Just finished:

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  • TripTheTrackFantastic
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  • menime123
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    Originally posted by JoeJnsnJr View Post
    Now I am reading a bio of the Sir Alex Ferguson

    I didn’t know anyone was that straight here

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  • Woz1234
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    The Official Singles Charts: The 80s by Graham Betts

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  • JoeJnsnJr
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    Now I am reading a bio of the Sir Alex Ferguson

    Last edited by JoeJnsnJr; Mon April 22nd, 2019, 09:55.

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  • TripTheTrackFantastic
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    Re-reading The Master And Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov.

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  • AndiIversen
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    Wilkie Collins' The Moonstone

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