Read it in two days. I mainly enjoy them because they are just fun and utter nonsense reading. Diving into a novel like that is freeing after reading textbooks, dry history tomes, and high school essays.
PS: I had it figured out after the first 150 pages or so.
The book I have to read is actually called Imagining Argentina by Lawrence Thornton. Has anyone ever read it and is it good?
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Originally Posted by wheelchairman
I've to read The Scientific Outlook, Russell Bertrand and The Industrial Revolution. 1760-1830, Ashton Thomas S. because I've a test next week, and I havent even started the second yet!!
Currently re-reading Silence of The lambs.
Now I've started reading David Wingrove's Middle Kingdom, vol 1 of Chung Kuo. I'm working on some translation with this writer at the moment... so he sent me a signed book, that was nice of him. Any of you know him?