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    Just finished reading treasure by clive cussler.....AWESOME!
    Now I'm reading ellery queen: the chinese orange mistery

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    i'm in the middle of biograpfhy of some hungarian politician as well as book called "what every educated person should know" (translation word-by-word, may be wrong). but now i'm not bored enough to go and finish them.

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    awakening the buddha within by lama surya das.

    When I'm good, I'm very, very good, but when I'm bad, I'm better.

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    The Third Chimpanzee: The Evolution and Future of the Human Animal by Jared Diamond.

    I'm also going to read Deadly Decisions by Kathy Reichs.

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    Ulysses by James Joyce. I loved A Portrait of blahblahblah but this one.. I don't dislike it but I just don't understand anything. Maybe I shouldn't read it in English but then it wouldn't be a real reading, I guess.

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    The Time Of Miracles, my first by Pekic.

    I feel a love growing.
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    I'm reading "Scar Tissue" by Anthony Kedis of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers.
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    The waves, by Virginia Woolf
    And the truth unwinding, scraping away at my mind...

    “Las palabras son así, disimulan mucho, se van juntando unas con otras, parece como si no supieran adónde quieren ir, y, de pronto, por culpa de dos o tres, o cuatro que salen de repente, simples en sí mismas, un pronombre personal (...) y ya tenemos ahí la conmoción ascendiendo irresistiblemente a la superficie de la piel y de los ojos..." (J. Saramago, Ensayo sobre la ceguera)


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    I'm so ashamed that it took me 3 whole days to finish The Crying of Lot 49 that I refuse to share my opinion of it with anybody, ever.

    Fortunately, I didn't even come close to attempting to finish House of Mirth, but my next reading assignment is a stupid-looking thing called House on Mango Street that I can probably finish in under a minute and then promptly write off as "crap".

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