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    Finished The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera. I really liked it. It was very touching, and I really liked his philosophical theories.

    I'm now just starting Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov.

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    I'm reading Sparkling Cyanide by Agatha Christie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darea View Post
    I was never brave enough to read any Alexandre Dumas, not really because it's long, more because I'm not much into old French classics. But I should try reading the three musketeers some day. Tell us it is when you've finished, Thibault!
    I've actually put the book on hold for a week or two while I finish up a few other books. I've got Dust of Dreams by Steven Erikson, The Hollow Man by Dan Simmons, and two Kurt Vonnegut books I just picked up, so this will be a good week for me. Then I'll get back to Dumas, Manguel and Butler.
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    Right now I'm reading Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea.

    What an amazing read. To think that Jules Verne is considered the father of science fiction, for writing about air conditioning, automobiles, electricity, television, helicopters, submarines, projectors, jukeboxes, even the Internet before they ever existed, leaves me in awe.

    And the way he tells his stories is also fascinating.
    "Noodles, the man who put the O in Obrigado." - Dexter Holland

    "You're a sexy fucking audience!" - Noodles

    "It is the power of music, to carry one directly into the mental state of the composer. The listener has no choice, it is like hypnotism." -Beethoven

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    I am reading "The secret dreamworld of a shopaholic" by Sophie Kinsella.

    I am from Germany and I read this book in english to improve my language.
    It's a nice book for girls and women
    And I can say, it helps improving my english a lot.

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    Off The Map and Recipes for Disaster

    They are both CrimeThinc books and are very good.

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    deceit by james siegel, doesnt seem as good as his other books but its still ok!
    whenever i learn something new it pushes some old knowledge out of my brain, remember that home wine making course when i forgot how to drive?!

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    I have My Booky Wook by Russell Brand sitting here, Ive read through almost half of it, but got busy and put it aside. I mean to pick it up again and finish.
    Rita corny, Michael

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    i'm reading about health issues nowadays.
    recently i read about digestion issues

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    Currently this thread

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