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    Currently: A Wizard of Earthsea
    Next: Exiles (the second book in the series, I can't remember the title at the moment >_< )

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    Cheet, by Anna Davis. It's kinda weird.

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    Faithless by Karin Slaughter (the dutch version of it )

    Great book

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    I haven't read a novel in months.
    All I can hear, I me mine
    I me mine, I me mine

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    "Walking Along The Pain" by A.N.Tolstoi.

    Interesting, but I'm only in the start.

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    Gunslinger By Stephen King...surprisingly its quiet good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jebus
    I'm reading A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce. I love his train of thought writting style. It's neat.
    <3 <3
    I love that book and can't understand why people (or just wheelchairman) find it boring.

    I'm reading a book by Freud, don't know its name in English. The original title must be Der Witz und seine Beziehung zum Unbewussten (I'm sure there are a lot of spelling mistakes).
    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairman
    Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk should be read by every high school student so they can be like "dude, wtf, this sucks."

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    I am reading Camus at Combat, which is excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killer_queen
    The original title must be Der Witz und seine Beziehung zum Unbewussten (I'm sure there are a lot of spelling mistakes).
    Actually it was perfect. I almost thought you speak German.

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    I took a few lessons three years ago but then I got bored of it. The words always came to my mind in English. Learning the second language is hard when you haven't finished the first one.
    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairman
    Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk should be read by every high school student so they can be like "dude, wtf, this sucks."

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