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bivvy
17-01-09, 19:03
I am currently reading Harriet The Spy and Mary Poppins. Really brill books. :tmb:

Rai
17-01-09, 19:22
Broken, by Shy Keenan. Shocking, poignant, informative and heartwarming at the end. A very emotional read.

kristi
17-01-09, 19:36
Romeo and Juliet.
Shakspeare.

Hate the jambic pentameter.It's a bit difficult to understand.

ShadyCroft
17-01-09, 19:38
Finished this one recently...

http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/images/n11/n56680.jpg

:tmb: Excellent ! I enjoyed it.

After I finish my final exams, I'll start with the third book of...

http://images-eu.amazon.com/images/P/0261102389.03.LZZZZZZZ.jpg

:D:jmp:

~*~Chloe~*~
17-01-09, 20:32
Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging. I'm now on "It's OK, I'm wearing really big knickers." Amazing!

rowanlim
28-01-09, 05:55
Suite 606 & Dead of Night by JD Robb...It would be nicer if her stories were made to be standalone novels; so much potential for development! :D

Angel666
28-01-09, 20:46
The last book I finished was Blue Beard by Kurt Vonnegut and I am now reading Saints at the River by Ron Rash, The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka (Both of these for a class) and I'm trying to squeeze in Chasing Che: A Motorcycle Journey in Search of the Guevara Legend by Patrick Symmes.

TRenTIs
28-01-09, 20:58
I'm Not Scared -- Niccolo Ammaniti.

Worst book I've ever read.

Obscure
28-01-09, 21:03
I finished The War of the Worlds about a week ago but I didn't really enjoy it as much as I thought I would have.
I'm reading: The Picture of Dorian Gray now.

Olabelle
28-01-09, 21:10
The Host by Stephenie Meyer.

Brilliant book, and I really hope the rumors I read about her making sequals to it are true.

NympHadorA
28-01-09, 21:23
Bloodstream - Tess Gerritsen

NemesisX13X
28-01-09, 21:27
I finished the twilight saga a few days ago =]

now im currently reading Eat The Dark by Joe Shrieber =]

Hermina94
28-01-09, 22:11
I just finished Harlan Coben-Promise Me
Its an awesome book!

Pan
28-01-09, 22:14
Just finished The Picture of Dorian Gray and just about to start Brighton Rock by Graham Greene. Plus for AS English I just read Passage to India and The God of Small Things.

lararoxs
28-01-09, 22:54
Read up to chapter 5 in Of Mice and Men. It is the set literacture text for English.:)

Paperdoll
04-02-09, 22:18
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Kinda sad actually.

Nerd For Life
04-02-09, 22:27
The last book I read was Twilight. I'm reading New Moon now.

Angelus
04-02-09, 22:50
Russell Brand's Booky Wook. :D

I read the last 100 or so pages last night... I just stopped reading it a couple of months ago. Alan Carr's book arrived today so I'll be starting that later. :D

jjbennett
04-02-09, 22:54
Currently reading Kindgom by Tom Martin. Really good so far!

touchthesky
05-02-09, 14:07
Russell Brand's Booky Wook. :D

I read the last 100 or so pages last night... I just stopped reading it a couple of months ago. Alan Carr's book arrived today so I'll be starting that later. :D

I got Alans book for Christmas! Not read it thoughh. I read mostly on the trains and its hardback and I hate carting hardbacks around with me.

Currently I'm just under 100 pages in Stephen Kings Eyes of the dragon.
I am enjoying it thus far but it's weird, I'm used to blood and guts from King..not kings, jesters, and...dragons?

Obscure
05-02-09, 14:18
Just finished The Picture of Dorian Gray and just about to start Brighton Rock by Graham Greene. Plus for AS English I just read Passage to India and The God of Small Things.

Oh wow, I'm halfway through The Picture of Dorian Gray :)
If you liked it, you should try Dangerous Liaisons.

rowanlim
05-02-09, 14:31
Bloodline by Sidney Sheldon

The Host by Stephenie Meyer.

Brilliant book, and I really hope the rumors I read about her making sequals to it are true.

Is this the same Stephenie Meyer who created the Twilight saga?

digitizedboy
05-02-09, 14:41
Weaveworld - Clive Barker

CrypticDream
05-02-09, 14:42
I'm halfway through new moon, the sequel to twilight. :jmp:

Benguitar
05-02-09, 15:16
Some Sennheiser instruction books, and my Bible

:) :wve:

ShadyCroft
05-02-09, 16:13
Just started reading the Lord of the Rings - the return of the king.

LeonS.Kennedy
05-02-09, 16:39
i read "20000 leagues under water" and now have to read for school "Werewolf"(its an dramatic play)

raiderfun
05-02-09, 16:54
Just started reading Le Denier Jour d'un Condamné by Victor Hugo :)

Kamrusepas
05-02-09, 16:56
I'm almost done reading the most amazing book since... you know, books were invented: God Is Not Great - How Religion Poisons Everything by Christopher Hitchens. Simply brilliant <3

LaraCroftRox
05-02-09, 16:59
It was either Warrior Cats: The New Phrophesy - Twilight by Erin Hunter or Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer.... Can't quite remember. :p

Nefertiti_89
05-02-09, 17:08
I'm almost done reading the most amazing book since... you know, books were invented: God Is Not Great - How Religion Poisons Everything by Christopher Hitchens. Simply brilliant <3

Sounds like my kind of book!

I'm halfway through Dawn French's memoirs at the moment, and gosh they're funny! Its a nice easy laugh out loud read :tmb:

Prior to that though I was reading Guns Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond which was interesting yet a little disturbing lol

Kamrusepas
05-02-09, 17:09
Sounds like my kind of book!


You gotta look it up, it's a definite must-read :tmb:

pEhouse
05-02-09, 17:57
I'm almost done reading the most amazing book since... you know, books were invented: God Is Not Great - How Religion Poisons Everything by Christopher Hitchens. Simply brilliant <3

Sounds interesting.. I just got done with The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins.

Kamrusepas
05-02-09, 18:08
Sounds interesting.. I just got done with The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins.

Oh I've heard of that, gotta check if the local library has a copy. Is it any good?

Phys
05-02-09, 18:12
Amulet of Samarkand by Johnathan Stroud

deamonguardian
05-02-09, 18:13
finished reading "shattered mirriors"

now reading the thrid eragon book

Biddy
05-02-09, 18:17
6X: Loud, Fast and Out Of Control by Nina Malkin.

Love it. Fast paced and witty. :D

CerebralAssassin
05-02-09, 18:19
currently reading The art of attack in chess, by Vukovic :)

(Gerald's game hasn't arrived in the mail yet)

sandygrimm
05-02-09, 18:53
Fraieri la Bord ( Suckers on Board ) by Silviu Genescu

Kamrusepas
05-02-09, 18:54
(Gerald's game hasn't arrived in the mail yet)

The Stephen King one? Hmm... I wouldn't exactly recommend it, tbh :p

pEhouse
05-02-09, 19:19
Oh I've heard of that, gotta check if the local library has a copy. Is it any good?

I think it is excellent, but a lot of people thought it was too harsh. I didn't, I thought it was very much on point.

CerebralAssassin
05-02-09, 19:34
The Stephen King one? Hmm... I wouldn't exactly recommend it, tbh :p

why not?:confused:

yes,the Stephen King one!!:p

kristi
05-02-09, 19:40
This.
http://www.greece.k12.ny.us/ath/Library/bookreviews/DaVinci%20Code.jpg

Amazing

touchthesky
05-02-09, 19:43
The Stephen King one? Hmm... I wouldn't exactly recommend it, tbh :p

Really? I thought it was a really good book. A bit....oh my goodness..at times, but well written and thought-provoking.

I'm still reading Eyes of the dragon.

Almost 200 pages in now..I must be REALLY enjoying this xD.

Punaxe
05-02-09, 19:48
Oh I've heard of that, gotta check if the local library has a copy. Is it any good?

Yes :D Basically covers all arguments against religion. Hitchens' book you read sounds a bit more offensive though from the title (I haven't read it). Dawkins keeps decent.

EmeraldFields
05-02-09, 20:49
http://i44.************/qq4hi0.jpg
:D

Kamrusepas
06-02-09, 04:25
Yes :D Basically covers all arguments against religion. Hitchens' book you read sounds a bit more offensive though from the title (I haven't read it). Dawkins keeps decent.

Yes, it's very offensive, but hey, so am I on the subject :D

Punaxe
06-02-09, 06:33
Yes, it's very offensive, but hey, so am I on the subject :D

Sounds like a book I might enjoy, though I wonder if it has much to add to Dawkins'...

Nemo_91
06-02-09, 12:57
Twilight

Encore
06-02-09, 13:52
I hadn't read anything in quite a while, it's so good to have time to concentrate on books again. :hug:

So, I just finished reading William Golding's Lord of the Flies for the first time, it's truly an "OMFGWTFWAHHH" book. :eek: :tmb:

I'll now start reading Dostoievsky's The Idiot. He's one of my favourite writers so I'm expecting great things.

why not?:confused:

yes,the Stephen King one!!:p

I personally loved Gerald's Game, but I'm not a regular Stephen King reader so I don't really have a fan's opinion.

Paperdoll
06-02-09, 14:34
Oh wow, I'm halfway through The Picture of Dorian Gray :)
If you liked it, you should try Dangerous Liaisons.

Halfway through The Picture of Dorian Gray as well. And I really wanna read Dangerous Liasions... just haven't found a copy yet.

Deamonella
06-02-09, 15:10
Still reading Ana Karenina,and it's fantastic so far.:tmb:
Last one I read - The Great Gatsby - utterly boring.:yah:

Kamrusepas
06-02-09, 15:12
So, I just finished reading William Golding's Lord of the Flies for the first time, it's truly an "OMFGWTFWAHHH" book. :eek: :tmb:

Halfway through The Picture of Dorian Gray as well.

Oh oh ohhhhh, amazing books, both of them. A must-read for everyone :tmb:

Pabz1989
06-02-09, 15:13
The Oxford classical dictionary! :(

disneyprincess20
06-02-09, 15:14
Last book I finished: White Tiger (http://www.amazon.co.uk/White-Tiger-Aravind-Adiga/dp/1843547201/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1232572866&sr=1-1) by Aravind Adiga. Really good, funny but eye-opening.

Currently reading: Frost/Nixon (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Frost-Nixon-Journalist-President-Confession/dp/0330457691/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1233936973&sr=1-1) by Sir David Frost. I don't know much about the Watergate scandal, or about Nixon (other than the "I am not a crook" line) but I'm really enjoying this, it's a fascinating read.

dexter void
06-02-09, 16:02
I just finished reading 'The Secret History' by Donna Tartt. It was probably one of the best books i've ever read. I even got my mum a copy so we could read it at the same time and see how it affected us and to see how we thought about the different characters in it.

This was also good as it got me and my mum talking a bit more! which can sometimes be hard if you don't get on with your folks too well.

Obscure
06-02-09, 16:10
Halfway through The Picture of Dorian Gray as well. And I really wanna read Dangerous Liasions... just haven't found a copy yet.

I got mine at Waterstones, it's in the classics section. They're everywhere! Try and find the Penguin classics one and it gives you a lot of information about the books history.
It's one of my favourite books :tmb:

Nicky
06-02-09, 16:12
The Antichrist by Nietzsche.

touchthesky
06-02-09, 21:34
I finished Eyes of the dragon. Probably the fastest I've ever read a book that isnt in the Hp series.


Now 22 pages in The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon.

]{eith
06-02-09, 21:36
Alex Barclay - The Caller

Great book! :tmb:

Megalith
06-02-09, 22:55
I'm reading an anthology of Lafcadio Hearn's works which is called "essays from Japan" (translated from Greek).This anthology was published only in Greek...
It includes:
Japanese Fairy Tales (1898)
Out of the East: Reveries and Studies in New Japan (1895)

Drone
09-02-09, 15:47
the last thing I've read ... no it's not a book but PC World magazine. issues from 2008 and 2009

:wve:

Biddy
09-02-09, 17:44
I've finished The Family From One End Street by Eve Garnett. I really want to read 48 Shades Of Brown by Nick Earls now.

Nenya awakens
09-02-09, 17:51
I just re-read

"The Howling 3.. Echoes" by Gary Brandner!

one of my favourite books and one i've read about 6 or 7 times since i found this and the 2nd one in a charity shop for 10p!

Excellent werewolf novels and a lot better then the films.. the sequel books have nothing in common with the films sequels! thank god.


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http://i42.************/b5rus7.jpg

rowanlim
10-02-09, 07:50
Audacity of Hope by Barack Obama :D

sandygrimm
10-02-09, 11:16
IQ 128 by Cristian Teodorescu - SF short but interesting..:)

Nannonxyay
10-02-09, 11:19
So, I just finished reading William Golding's Lord of the Flies for the first time, it's truly an "OMFGWTFWAHHH" book. :eek: :tmb:

:tmb: Brilliant book. When we read it at school, my class found it really boring. I think I was the only one who liked it. Then again, my class would rather read Twilight than Lord Of The Flies. We had a massive debate about which book was better, I said Lord Of The Flies because it actually had character development. Their argument was: "Edward is hot!" :rolleyes: Those poor deluded girls. :p

sheepydee
10-02-09, 15:08
Ive just finished re-reading:
Katie Price : Jordan Pushed to the limit

its a great read ^_^

Phlip
10-02-09, 15:17
Of Mice and Men in English. :)

Lavinder
10-02-09, 15:24
:tmb: Brilliant book. When we read it at school, my class found it really boring. I think I was the only one who liked it. Then again, my class would rather read Twilight than Lord Of The Flies. We had a massive debate about which book was better, I said Lord Of The Flies because it actually had character development. Their argument was: "Edward is hot!" :rolleyes: Those poor deluded girls. :p

Don't slate Twilight - both books are brilliant. Just because Twilight is an 'IN' and loads of girls are too busy gushing over Edward, does not make it a bad book. Yeah her writing is not fantastic but she is a fantastic storyteller ;).

Uniqueness is overrated - we all conform to society some time in our life.

Light a Flare
10-02-09, 15:48
The Fellowship of the Ring.

I'm reading Lord of the Flies next :cool:

Tolkein.

Lavinder
10-02-09, 15:52
I'm reading Return of the King at the moment, :D.

Twiin
10-02-09, 15:55
Don't slate Twilight - both books are brilliant. Just because Twilight is an 'IN' and loads of girls are too busy gushing over Edward, does not make it a bad book. Yeah her writing is not fantastic but she is a fantastic storyteller ;).

Uniqueness is overrated - we all conform to society some time in our life.

Surely, fantastic storytelling = fantastic writing?

I was always amazed by the books my mum was reading; I'd tell her they're poorly written and she'd agree with me and say she was persevering because it was a good story. Argh.

Carbonek_0051
10-02-09, 15:58
Surely, fantastic storytelling = fantastic writing?

I was always amazed by the books my mum was reading; I'd tell her they're poorly written and she'd agree with me and say she was persevering because it was a good story. Argh.

I agree, but maybe it's just me but I found Twilights writing & story horrible. People went as far as comparing her to J.K. Rowling (not even close), the books sound like a vampire fan fiction written by a 14 year old girl to me.:whi:

But that is my opinion.

Lavinder
10-02-09, 16:01
If a 10 year old wrote a fantastic story - but used 10 year old language, would you enjoy it?

Twiin
10-02-09, 16:04
If a 10 year old wrote a fantastic story - but used 10 year old language, would you enjoy it?

Of course, knowing a 10 year old wrote it.
But the author of Twilight isn't a 10 year old, obviously.

Carbonek_0051
10-02-09, 16:06
If a 10 year old wrote a fantastic story - but used 10 year old language, would you enjoy it?
Look at the reply below.:)
Of course, knowing a 10 year old wrote it.
But the author of Twilight isn't a 10 year old, obviously.

Exactly, if a ten year old wrote a fantastic story I would be amazed. But obviously the author of Twilight is older and should have better writing skills.

laralover_07
10-02-09, 16:07
I agree, but maybe it's just me but I found Twilights writing & story horrible. People went as far as comparing her to J.K. Rowling (not even close), the books sound like a vampire fan fiction written by a 14 year old girl to me.:whi:

But that is my opinion.

TEENAGE SLASH FICTION FTW!! How old is Stephanie Meyer anyhoo?

Lavinder
10-02-09, 16:11
Fair enough - but I do not believe a book has to be perfectly written to be enjoyable. I enjoy many types of books, just encase you were thinking I was some teen fangirl :p.

TEENAGE SLASH FICTION FTW!! How old is Stephanie Meyer anyhoo?

By slash do you mean gay fiction ?

I think she is 35.

Drone
10-02-09, 19:12
a bunch of PC Magazine magazines

AODdigger
10-02-09, 19:17
Thus Spoke Zarathustra - love it.

(I never post here unless I've read a book twice through.)

Reggie
10-02-09, 19:36
William Dalrymple - From The Holy Mountain

Very interesting to get a glimpse of the unreported world of Middle Eastern Christians.

AODdigger
10-02-09, 19:43
/\ Ah... I'm definetely giving it a read. I should first give it a find though LMAO :P Since I don't trust online shopping (yes, I am so modern diese days).... I'll have to give it a good search.

EDIT: OH! I remember it now... I think I might know who to take it from

oocladableeblah
12-02-09, 22:32
Just finished Christine by Stephen King. Ending was kind of sad :( it was a good book I would recommend it to anyone.

violentblossom
12-02-09, 22:38
Candy Girl by Diablo Cody.

yay for stripper memoirs.

CerebralAssassin
12-02-09, 22:42
Just finished Christine by Stephen King. Ending was kind of sad :( it was a good book I would recommend it to anyone.

just saw the plot to this one...sounds creepy

I'm reading gerald's game right now...it seems promissing so far :)

silver_wolf
12-02-09, 23:32
Fellowship of the Ring. :D Still one of the best books around.

TRfan9294
13-02-09, 01:12
Right now I'm reading "The Chrysalids" by John Wyndham , it's my literature text book and the most interesting one so far.:p

oocladableeblah
13-02-09, 01:13
just saw the plot to this one...sounds creepy

I'm reading gerald's game right now...it seems promissing so far :)
It's not really that scary.

Candee Sparks
13-02-09, 01:15
The Tales of Beedle the Bard - J.K. Rowling.

Outstanding short story and the imagination is just going to go down in history.

Nerd For Life
13-02-09, 01:16
The Tales of Beedle the Bard - J.K. Rowling.

Outstanding short story and the imagination is just going to go down in history.

:jmp: I really liked the book even though it was too short.

Olabelle
13-02-09, 03:56
Tairen Soul: King of Sword and Sky - C.L.Wilson.

I've absolutely fallen in love with this series and can't wait to get the last one.

Forwen
13-02-09, 06:18
O freddled gruntbuggly, thy micturations are to me
As plurdled gabbleblotchits on a lurgid bee.
Gloorp, I implore thee, my foonting turlingdromes.
And hooptiously drangle me with crinkly bindlewurdles,
Or I will rend thee in gobberwarts with my blurglecruncheon, see if I don't.


Vogon poetry, according to
The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy

pEhouse
13-02-09, 07:26
Last Witness by Jilliane Hoffman. Nothing special, but nice entertainment.

Dream_Raider
13-02-09, 08:51
I think I reread the deathly hallows last....

ShadyCroft
13-02-09, 09:34
Fellowship of the Ring. Still one of the best books around.

Excellent book, I agree ! :tmb: Did you read the other ones ? If not, definitely go for them. Two Towers is amazing, and am still reading The return of the king.

Right now, am really a slow reader.

Voni
13-02-09, 09:35
Just finished 'A Spot of Bother' by Mark Haddon. It was ok, I liked it well enough, but it just didn't draw me in.

touchthesky
14-02-09, 22:25
Trainspotting-Irvine Welsh :)

CerebralAssassin
23-02-09, 02:20
just finished GG yesterday...good read!!not the best...but good read!the ending was shocking to say the least!!:p

waitin on some other books to arrive :whi:

touchthesky
23-02-09, 06:28
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41i6aN33u7L._SL500_AA240_.jpg


Really quite interesting.

Angel666
26-02-09, 23:57
Just finished Saints at the River by Ron Rash for a class. It was alright.

rowanlim
27-02-09, 05:10
Understanding Global Terror edited by Christopher Ankersen

Tidus
27-02-09, 06:13
Tar Baby by Toni Morrison, and now our class is starting on Beloved. Morrison is an extraordinarily talented author, I recommend everyone read at least one of her books. A bit difficult to read, but profound all the same.

CerebralAssassin
27-02-09, 06:20
currently reading:bag of bones...;)

touchthesky
27-02-09, 09:13
Reading Darkly Dreaming Dexter. About 40 pages in :).

Your_Envy*
27-02-09, 12:16
I'm reading Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen. Great book! Love it so far! :)

Encore
27-02-09, 12:40
I recently finished The Idiot (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Idiot_(novel)). Gosh, it was amazing! The pace is just fantastic. And I don't think anyone ever managed to describe personalities as good as Dostoyevsky does. I specially liked the distinction between the prince and Rogozhin, direct oposites.

I'm now reading a short compilation of japanese mistery tales by Edogawa Rampo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edogawa_Rampo). The Caterpillar is freaking brilliant!

Legend of Lara
27-02-09, 12:49
H.I.V.E
I didn't like it. Too predictable for me.

The Da Vinci Code
This, however, is LOVE! :D

corey01
27-02-09, 13:27
The last book i read was The Rats, pretty good!, gunna start on Lair soon:)

violentblossom
27-02-09, 13:28
New Moon. wheeeeeeeeee!

NympHadorA
27-02-09, 14:40
Eclipse :)

Nemo_91
08-03-09, 21:40
I'm currently reading The Host by Stephenie Meyer.

It's really good, actually.

tranniversary119
08-03-09, 21:42
The twilight series :wve: I might re-read them I enjoyed them a little to much! I felt like I was literally in Forks.

Beans-Bot
08-03-09, 23:24
New Moon. wheeeeeeeeee!
Eclipse :)
The Host by Stepenie Meyer
the twilight series

Four in a row, the end is nigh :(

....that said, I'm reading New Moon myself. Guilty pleasure. :o

rowanlim
17-03-09, 12:12
Just got Cactus Flower by Alice Duncan, it's got a nice beginning :tmb:

TR love
17-03-09, 12:14
I think the last actual novel i read was breaking dawn. strange, strange book

touchthesky
17-03-09, 14:12
Apart from the one non-twilight related book on this page....lol!

I am currently reading Eclipse..taking me ages.

SoulReaver74
17-03-09, 14:33
Can't remember the last time i read a book, not much time with 2 hyperactive kid's wrecking the place, the book was Fluke by James Herbert, very short but a classic. :D

Andromeda66
18-03-09, 06:08
Marley & Me - John Grogan

Drone
20-03-09, 18:47
PC Magazine (January-March 2009 Issues)

:wve:

Nerd For Life
20-03-09, 19:12
Currently reading Romeo & Juliet.

Legend of Lara
20-03-09, 19:30
I recently finished Q and A. One of the best books I've read! :D
I'm also [trying to] read Lord of the Flies but it's such a heavy book. -_-

Biddy
20-03-09, 19:47
I am still reading The Merrybegot by Julie Hearn. Honestly, this just made the top of my list. The pacing is appropiate, the language is rich in detail and the characters come right off the page. An awesome read!

NympHadorA
20-03-09, 21:36
Kite Runner... It was great, now I am reading "The Host"... :)

Angelus
20-03-09, 21:53
I'm still reading 'Look Who It Is: Alan Carr - My Story'. I haven't really read much of it, though.

Reggie
20-03-09, 22:10
I've recently read two books written by William Dalrymple.
The first one I read is called 'From the Holy Mountain' its a book that sees Dalrymple chronicling his travels from Greece to Egypt in order to look at what still remains of the Byzantine middle east. Its essential reading for anyone who wants to better understand the dynamics at work in that region.

The second one is 'The Age of Kali' which is a shorter book written over a long time frame set out as a series of thematic essays based around regions and a certain group or person that helps exemplify the plight of that region. The last part looks at Pakistan and his interview with Benazir Bhutto really shatters the romanticised western media's view of her. I'm not condoning her assassination or anything but when you've heard both sides it makes you question whether we simply liked her because she was more familiar to us.

Equally as thought provoking in their own special ways, I'd recommend both books to anyone interested in their politics, history and travel. If your interests are in one or more those subjects, give them a look in! :tmb:

oocladableeblah
20-03-09, 23:30
Pride and Prejudice omg such a stupid book, but it isn't completely terrible. If I was bored out of my mind and had literally nothing else to do then I would probably enjoy it.

Biddy
25-03-09, 19:43
Finish with The Merrybegot. I've tried Junk by Melvin Burgess but it bored me out of my mind. I'm REALLY interested in The Book Thief.

EmeraldFields
25-03-09, 19:45
http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/Library/adult/images/their_eyes_were_watching_god.jpg

violentblossom
25-03-09, 19:48
http://i39.************/350w844.jpg

Siberian Tiger
25-03-09, 19:49
The last book I read was a crime book called "The Mark". It was an enjoyable read but the ending was sickly Hollywood. Can anyone reccomend a good crime/mystery book?

I'm thinking of reading "Lord of the Flies" and was wondering if it's really as good as it's portrayed to be. Worth the buy? I need something to read when I'm commuting.

violentblossom
25-03-09, 19:51
The last book I read was a crime book called "The Mark". It was an enjoyable read but the ending was sickly Hollywood. Can anyone reccomend a good crime/mystery book?


i'd recommend true crime stuff.

crimelibrary.com just fascinates me.. i could stay on that site all day long.

MrBear
25-03-09, 19:58
The last book I read was a crime book called "The Mark". It was an enjoyable read but the ending was sickly Hollywood. Can anyone reccomend a good crime/mystery book?


I really like the Harry Bosch novels by Michael Connelly: his plots are very intelligent with just the right amount of plot twist, the settings are usually gloomy (which complements the main character quite well) and the crimes and criminals all down to earth, which makes the stories very believable. :) always a great read!

Oh, the last book I read was Huxley's "Brave New World". It didn't catch my attention at first, but the ending makes up for it. :)

Delamo1999
25-03-09, 20:19
The last book that I read was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. It was a good book, however I was really disappointed with the last chapter. I did not like the way that she did an epologue many years after the final battle. I have a hard time believing that everything was hunky dory the day after this battle, which is what I was lead to believe happened. Also I felt that there were still many things that were unanswered, despite what she said about how the entire story would fit neatly into 7 books.

I am still hopeful that she may change her mind and come out with additional books.

:)

Andromeda66
26-03-09, 04:37
Marley & Me - Josh Grogan. I loved it as, I suspect, anyone who has ever owned a dog would. Written in simple yet effective words.

Shark_Blade
26-03-09, 05:47
Ian Fleming's 'Live and Let Die'. :)

touchthesky
26-03-09, 07:47
To Major Tom, The David Bowie Letters-Dave Thompson.

To Major Tom is a novelisation of one man's increasing obsession with pop icon David Bowie, presented as a collection of letters written to the singer over the course of 20 years.

It is soo good.

rowanlim
26-03-09, 07:54
Master of the Game by Sidney Sheldon. I'm exploring the variety of English books at the library :p

Nemo_91
31-03-09, 13:25
"It" by Stephen King.

Encore
31-03-09, 13:31
I finished reading the first 3 Pendragon books (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pendragon_Cycle) by Stephen Lawhead. Taliesin is good, Merlin is OK, and Arthur is just SO boring. But to be honest, overall, I feel kind of nauseated with the christian fanatism present in the entire series. I think I'll stick to the Mists of Avalon books...

I'm now reading Watchmen. :tmb:


I'm thinking of reading "Lord of the Flies" and was wondering if it's really as good as it's portrayed to be. Worth the buy? I need something to read when I'm commuting.

I personally loved it. But you can't tell someone: "You'll love this book for sure". It all comes down to taste.

Voni
31-03-09, 14:52
The last book that I read was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. It was a good book, however I was really disappointed with the last chapter. I did not like the way that she did an epologue many years after the final battle. I have a hard time believing that everything was hunky dory the day after this battle, which is what I was lead to believe happened. Also I felt that there were still many things that were unanswered, despite what she said about how the entire story would fit neatly into 7 books.

I am still hopeful that she may change her mind and come out with additional books.

:)

I've always thought that book should have ended a chapter early. The epilogue was cheesy and overdone. Blegh.

I've just read Russell Brand's book, 'My Booky Wook'. It's actually well written, I enjoyed it a lot!

Lee croft
31-03-09, 14:59
i dont read books maybe the odd magazine like argos or mens clotheing magazines but thats it

CerebralAssassin
01-04-09, 22:46
I just finished Bag of bones,by Stephen King.it was ok,nothing special though...I was expecting something a bit more scarier though!:p

I've made it a personal goal to read most of his books...as he's one of the most talented writers out there.

I'm gonna start reading Salem's Lot tonight.and probably after that....the Dark Tower series...I dunno...we'll see!!:)

peeves
01-04-09, 22:51
I just finished reading the Shining by Stephen king. it was a spooky book. It tingled my heart when i got to the end and the room 217.

Lavinder
01-04-09, 22:52
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy :).

Rivendell
01-04-09, 23:29
http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/ciu/6a/cd/89e436c622a0705bb238b110.L.jpg

Ohyeah. :D

Drone
02-04-09, 13:41
PC World and PC magazines. April and May 2009 issues.

:wve:

Eddie Haskell
02-04-09, 13:54
The Stars My Destination by Alfred Bester. Last read it in HS, and it was just as gritty and fantastic as I remembered it. The best sci-fi novel of all time.

peeves
02-04-09, 14:25
Ripley's Believe it or not prepare to be shocked

Dina_Croft
02-04-09, 15:38
the last book was new moon..*.*..lovely i would say...

Kiss-Bite
02-04-09, 16:00
http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:x1CUyE6WyBDUHM:http://www.coven-of-the-articulate.com/images/vittorioukbchb99.jpg

Well I've nearly finished, Vittorio the Vampire by Anne Rice. I'm really enjoying it, I have the rest of the Vampire Chronicles to read yet.:D

peeves
02-04-09, 16:03
I've just finished reading Charlie and the great glass elevator. It was good like Charlie and the chocolate factory.

rowanlim
08-04-09, 11:40
http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:x1CUyE6WyBDUHM:http://www.coven-of-the-articulate.com/images/vittorioukbchb99.jpg

Well I've nearly finished, Vittorio the Vampire by Anne Rice. I'm really enjoying it, I have the rest of the Vampire Chronicles to read yet.:D

I wanted to read it but didn't buy the book yet ;)

I just read Remember When by Judith McNaught...I need Nora Roberts goodness! :p

Voni
08-04-09, 11:55
Just finished this:

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51WQKCHQ97L._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_AA240_SH20_OU02_.jpg

Loved it, loved it, loved it! Excellent the whole way through!

Bongo Fury
08-04-09, 13:50
Slaughterhouse five – Kurt Vonnegut

Angelx14
08-04-09, 14:41
Maigret: A Man's Head. Coudln't find the book cover to show

Drone
08-04-09, 17:36
another bunch of manuals. growing tired of that lol.

touchthesky
10-04-09, 09:53
Nicholas Sparks-The Notebook.

As good as I thought it would be but SO short :(

sjam_raider
10-04-09, 10:06
The Magician's Apprentice - Trudi Canavan

Absolutely great book, loved it :D

_Tomb_Raider
10-04-09, 11:48
Croatia - "Tko je ubio pašteticu?" English - "Who killed paštetica?"

It's a great Croatian book!

sandygrimm
10-04-09, 17:06
Urban Scurrility Atlas
ot Atlas of Urban Scurrility

( don't know wich is the best translation in English )

jackles
10-04-09, 17:35
Dracula, Bram Stoker for my Open University course.


Very amusing and one of my faves

Nemo_91
11-04-09, 15:31
Currently reading "And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie. :tmb:

peeves
11-04-09, 15:43
currently reading ten little indians by agatha christie

The1andOnlyTR
11-04-09, 16:04
Currently Reading: To Kill A Mockingbird
Currently Re-Reading: The Harry Potter Series

EmeraldFields
11-04-09, 16:05
America's History

It's my textbook for class.:p

Biddy
11-04-09, 17:00
Currently reading "And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie. :tmb:

Awesome :tmb:

Currently reading Bleach, volume 4.

DaNoNeMoKiId
11-04-09, 17:29
The last book I read was Backwater
we had to make a project based on it

AODdigger
11-04-09, 18:01
Last: http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l1/Melisa_Coello/PauloCoelho11minutes.jpg

Currently RE-reading: http://a4.vox.com/6a00d41419f31a6a4700d09e50d28cbe2b-500pi

Marianna12
11-04-09, 18:17
Princess Diarie's

:o

Drone
11-04-09, 19:16
http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l1/Melisa_Coello/PauloCoelho11minutes.jpg


I've read that and The Alchemist too. They are both so simple but contain good quotes.

violentblossom
11-04-09, 19:18
Angels Dance and Angels Die ~ Patricia Butler.

http://i40.************/2nu6o3a.jpg

Kerrigan
12-04-09, 08:37
John fowles - "The Magus"
It's the largest book I've last read, I can't remember what I've read afterwards though.

CerebralAssassin
15-04-09, 05:45
just got done with 'Salem's Lot

...if you're into vampires,this is a must read!!:wve:

rowanlim
15-04-09, 05:49
Got my dose of Nora Roberts! :jmp: 3 novels in 1! The Right Path, Boundary Lines & Dual Image...I think these are pretty good, for Harlequin novels ;)

Nefertiti_89
15-04-09, 06:20
Dead Until Dark - Charlaine Harris,

Yes I am a True Blood addict! :D:D

john_york
15-04-09, 09:57
The Ninth Life of Louis Drax.

Stange, but really good :D


Recently read the Twilight Saga too - wow.

Buffy87
15-04-09, 10:01
Last book I read:
The Life and Death Of Anne Boleyn
http://images.amazon.com/images/P/1405134631.01.LZZZZZZZ.jpg

Currently reading : Revolutionary Road

http://images.tvnz.co.nz/tvnz_images/lifestyle/lifestyle_reviews/books/revolutionary_road_s.jpg

peeves
16-04-09, 00:33
Last book i read was miracle worker with helen keller and anne sullivan

Natey168
16-04-09, 00:35
I read most of Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk, but then it got stolen. =\

:}hello friend
16-04-09, 01:26
The last book I read was Outcast by Erin Hunter
http://i26.************/11mgsvb.jpg
A book about cats if you don't know...:) ;)

And right now i am reading Eclipse by Erin Hunter
http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/images/n52/n264642.jpg
I really love the Warriors books...:]

oocladableeblah
16-04-09, 01:32
Just read Lord of the Flies. I liked it.

Immortalis08
16-04-09, 03:50
Thomas More's Utopia.

I'm starting to become much more interested in European history and I found the accounts and critiques of Raphael to be very insightful and wise.

LaraCroftRox
16-04-09, 07:15
The last book I read was Outcast by Erin Hunter

A book about cats if you don't know...:) ;)

And right now i am reading Eclipse by Erin Hunter
http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/images/n52/n264642.jpg
I really love the Warriors books...:]


What a coincidence, I just finished the ''The New Phrophecy'' series from Warriors. :p Really need to get Power Of Three. :p

alisteravenger
16-04-09, 08:59
I can't remember too well (I read alota books :p) but it was either Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by Joanne Rowling or Candyfloss by Jaqueline Wilson. I tried reading The Lord of the Rings but for some reason I'm not very interested in it. I've no idea why.

Lara's Nemesis
16-04-09, 09:10
http://i39.************/wkptfo.jpg

Entertainng account of the early days of Guns N' Roses. I still think Apetite for Destruction is one of the best rock albums ever released. Pity what happened to them after their initial success.:mad:

rowanlim
16-04-09, 09:13
Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix - JK Rowling

I need to de-stress!

Gabi
16-04-09, 13:28
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v506/Gabicats/Athousandsplendidsuns.jpg

This book moved me and made me go through all sorts of emotions.
Reading it put my problems in relation and made me realise (once again) how very lucky I am.

touchthesky
16-04-09, 15:42
Finished the notebook. The end is sweet, but not as sad as the movie lol.

Currently reading the boy in the striped pajamas.

If anyone has read it please tell me, is it a "kids" book? Because it seems it :/

peeves
16-04-09, 16:21
Just finished Grover dill and the tasmanian devil

rowanlim
16-04-09, 18:11
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v506/Gabicats/Athousandsplendidsuns.jpg

This book moved me and made me go through all sorts of emotions.
Reading it put my problems in relation and made me realise (once again) how very lucky I am.

I noticed the words "Kite Runner" in the image, that was made into a film, right? (sorry if it's...irrelevant :o)

I just read Valley of Silence by Nora Roberts. The romance of it makes me cry :(

young Lara Croft
16-04-09, 18:15
Finished the notebook. The end is sweet, but not as sad as the movie lol.

Currently reading the boy in the striped pajamas.

If anyone has read it please tell me, is it a "kids" book? Because it seems it :/

I've seen this film! Omg it was calm but the ending was shoking , anyway, I've expected it! :)

oocladableeblah
16-04-09, 23:46
Alice's Adventure in Wonderland. It was good I really liked it can't wait for the movie :jmp:

Biddy
16-04-09, 23:47
Don't Tell Mummy by Toni Maguire.

Kiss-Bite
18-04-09, 12:26
I've nearly finished this book which I'm really enjoying.:D

http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/images/n34/n174547.jpg

scion05
18-04-09, 12:28
Harry Potter 3 lol. Much better in my head that on the telly might I add :ohn:

Paddy
18-04-09, 12:31
http://www.minotaur.com.au/showpic.asp?path=Book/604197.jpg
Love true crime books, really interesting.

EmeraldFields
23-04-09, 22:52
http://bittergrace.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/atlasshrugged.jpg

It's over one thousand pages, but I love the way she describes things.:)

Tomb-Dude
23-04-09, 23:23
Last book im about to read something that i got out from a libeary a while back and just brought it. Only got 4 chapters through due to college grr... but its Running with the Demons by Terry Brooks :D

touchthesky
24-04-09, 10:01
I finished

Breakfast at Tiffany's-Truman Capote.

I am now reading

Marked-Kristen Cast

Nerd For Life
25-04-09, 23:11
American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis.

Pretty amazing.

lildark7
25-04-09, 23:20
Needful Things by Stephen King.
http://charnelhouse.tripod.com/needfulthings.jpg

It's the second time, I'm reading it. Great book!!

Nerd For Life
25-04-09, 23:34
Never read that one. :) I feel like re-reading all of my Stephen King books, but it's a difficult time at college and I hardly have time to sit down and read.

lildark7
25-04-09, 23:45
You have to read it, it's great.
I'm going to buy The Shining. Did you read it?

Nerd For Life
25-04-09, 23:55
No, not yet! It's on my 'to read' list. :( The Green Mile is still my fave. Made me cry like a baby!

Lara's Nemesis
25-04-09, 23:55
American Psycho is a great book. I read it before the film came out. I couldn't believe they were going to make a film of it. :yik:

I love all the older Stephen King novels as well. The Shining is one of his best imo.

Lemmie
26-04-09, 00:00
'Witches Abroad' by Terry Pratchett

Nerd For Life
26-04-09, 00:01
American Psycho is a great book. I read it before the film came out. I couldn't believe they were going to make a film of it. :yik:

I love all the older Stephen King novels as well. The Shining is one of his best imo.

I saw the film first. It's one of my favourite films, too! :)

I thought the film was a good adaptation of the book.

lildark7
26-04-09, 00:07
No, not yet! It's on my 'to read' list. :( The Green Mile is still my fave. Made me cry like a baby!

I didn't read that one...
But we can change that, can't we. ^^

I love all the older Stephen King novels as well. The Shining is one of his best imo.

Well, I'm definitely going to buy it.

Lara's Nemesis
26-04-09, 00:11
Yeah, I liked the film as well. Christian Bale was a good choice to play Bateman. They used the black comedy from the book really well.

I think most of the things that happened in the book were just in his head.


Glad to hear you are getting The Shining. It is brilliant. There is quite a lot in the book that wasn't in the film. You learn a lot more about the history of the hotel.

Nerd For Life
26-04-09, 00:18
Yeah, I liked the film as well. Christian Bale was a good choice to play Bateman. They used the black comedy from the book really well.

I think most of the things that happened in the book were just in his head.

Yes, Bale was definitely an excellent choice to play Bateman. He's such a talented actor.

That's my interpretation too. I think he never killed anymore, just had the urge desire to do so.

That's evident when he returns to Paul Owen/Paul Allen's place and the house is not how he remembers.

lildark7
26-04-09, 00:26
Yeah, I liked the film as well. Christian Bale was a good choice to play Bateman. They used the black comedy from the book really well.

I think most of the things that happened in the book were just in his head.


Glad to hear you are getting The Shining. It is brilliant. There is quite a lot in the book that wasn't in the film. You learn a lot more about the history of the hotel.

Great!! I can't wait to read it.

Encore
26-04-09, 01:35
Last book I read was Memoirs of Hadrian by Marguerite Yourcenar. It was very good. Hadrian was always one of my favourite roman emperors and now even more, he was a great man.


Glad to hear you are getting The Shining. It is brilliant. There is quite a lot in the book that wasn't in the film. You learn a lot more about the history of the hotel.

Not to barge in on other people's chats but I'm reading that right now and that was very surprising and interesting. I still like the movie's surrealistic approach better though, for a movie it works better. But it's cool to read more about all that stuff.

egypt_gypsie
26-04-09, 03:45
The Invention Of Hugo Cabret...very good book...and I am currently reading the Alchemist for English.....

TR love
26-04-09, 07:35
i dont remember... but i believe it was Cross Country by Stephen King

Lavinder
26-04-09, 08:30
Harry Potter - Philosophers Stone and I've just started to read Chamber of Secrets. I doubt I will finished all the book in time for the film :p.

rowanlim
26-04-09, 10:07
Once Upon A Star by Nora Roberts, Jill Gregory, Ruth Ryan Langan, Marianne Willman

http://ebooks-imgs.connect.com/ebooks/product/400/000/000/000/000/041/798/400000000000000041798_s4.jpg

Shark_Blade
26-04-09, 18:33
The Amber Spyglass.

I just love Mrs. Coulter. :o

When she cry out 'Lyra, Lyra my love! Don't leave me, you're breaking my heart!' that got me really sad. :o

Nemo_91
26-04-09, 18:37
New Moon.

VonCroy360
26-04-09, 18:41
The last book I read was Out by Natsuo Kirino. I'm a sucker for crime novels like that, and this one really is much better than most of the European and American authors of this genre that I read. I started reading her other book, Real World, after that, but stopped due to the lack of free time almost three weeks ago and, being lazy, haven't picked it up since. Now I'll have to get back into it.

elizard_9594
26-04-09, 18:50
im currently reading a few books at one time;

1) To kill a mockingbird by harper lee for english class
http://i41.************/mjmlc7.jpg

2) I finished Peeps by scott westerfield a week or two ago
http://i40.************/amve3c.jpg

3) im currently in the middle of The It Girl by Cecily VonZeigsar
http://i41.************/t0oivq.jpg

4) and im re-reading one of my all time favorites Jackie's Wild Seattle by Will Hobbs
http://i39.************/4h74mo.jpg

Nemo_91
09-05-09, 13:01
Eragon by Christopher Paolini.

adventurerLara
09-05-09, 13:02
Currently reading Lucas by Kevin Brooks:)

rowanlim
09-05-09, 13:22
Strangers in Death by JD Robb :)

sandygrimm
09-05-09, 13:51
Currently reading . Prozac Nation by Elizabeth Wurtzel

rowanlim
14-05-09, 11:23
Christ the Lord, Out of Egypt by Anne Rice...The beginning is gripping :tmb:

http://i227.photobucket.com/albums/dd164/rowanlim/rl2/outofegypt.jpg

disneyprincess20
14-05-09, 11:32
http://madsilence.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/bookthief.jpg

The Book Thief, which was a great (but slow) book. Now I'm reading The Eath Hums in B Flat, which is a bit mundane so far. I'm only 1/4 of the way in so hopefully it'll pick up.

http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/images/n59/n298622.jpg

remyma
14-05-09, 11:33
I just got done with "Steel Magnolias" and "Friends Forever" ("Beaches"). Now I'm reading "Fried Green Tomatoes". I've seen all three as movies, before reading them. I loved "Friends Forever" on book, so sad though! :)

Shark_Blade
14-05-09, 12:07
The Amber Spyglass by Philip Pullman.

Almost finish now.. :)

young Lara Croft
14-05-09, 12:19
The Turn of The Screw by Henry James - I finished it!

sandygrimm
14-05-09, 12:32
The Idiot - Dostoyevsky

touchthesky
14-05-09, 12:45
Unbelievable by Paul Jennings. He is ace.

Currently reading Dolores Claiborne by S.King.

Nenya awakens
14-05-09, 12:56
Pandora by Anne Rice

http://i41.************/v7qte.jpg

rowanlim
14-05-09, 12:59
Pandora by Anne Rice

http://i41.************/v7qte.jpg

OMG that is an awesome book, it's the 1st book I read by Anne Rice...Really wonderful :tmb:

Have you read the other books by Anne Rice?

TTV
14-05-09, 15:46
Hehe...

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Lost Cult... :o:D

Shark_Blade
14-05-09, 15:59
^I have that, but haven't finish it yet. I have
Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Amulet of Power though. :)

rowanlim
14-05-09, 16:48
Hehe...

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Lost Cult... :o:D

^I have that, but haven't finish it yet. I have
Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Amulet of Power though. :)

I've read both, I can't say which is my favorite though :p

pEhouse
15-05-09, 14:30
Richard Wiseman - Quirkology, and I freakin loved it!! :ohn:

Brikas94
15-05-09, 17:37
Passaporte Para O Céu, by Paulo Moura...

I had to read it for school... I kinda liked it, though...

(ps: Passaporte Para O Céu means "Passport to Heaven/Sky", in English)

Tjw croft
15-05-09, 18:35
My Enemy, My Ally - Diane Duane
http://i41.************/2a5d3sh.jpg

Shark_Blade
16-05-09, 17:57
Finished the His Dark Materials trilogy.

SPOILER!!!



Mrs Coulter...died? Oh why? :(

Hairhelmet12
16-05-09, 18:08
Nightmare Hall The coffin - Diane HOH!

:P that book was amazing!

oocladableeblah
16-05-09, 19:55
1984 it was good, kind of creepy though.

Shark_Blade
17-05-09, 07:59
The Da Vinci Code.

I read pretty fast on my second read. :p Gonna read Angels and Demons next.

InVisibleLight
17-05-09, 12:43
The last books i read were:

-Fell (by David Christopher-Davies)
-Kissing Sin (by Keri Arthur)
-Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Wolves at the Gate
and
-Twilight (by Stephenie Meyer)

i've ordered New Moon, and i also want to read the rest of the Dark Materials books... loved the first book, want to read The Subtle Knife & Amber Spyglass.

Nerd For Life
17-05-09, 12:53
Ps - I love you... was the last book I read.

Punaxe
20-05-09, 07:31
I just finished The Selfish Gene. Highly recommended to every human being interested in how we got here, as well as everybody else because they just ought to be interested in it in the first place :tmb:

http://a4.vox.com/6a00ccff8b4a2367310109d0fc4c34000f-500pi

Next in line I think is Evolutionair Denken ("evolutionary thinking", about the influence of Darwin's theory on many other aspects of life such as language, culture, social siences et cetera.), alternated with Designing Interactions for more educationally relevant literature and not to get an evolution overload. :p

https://www.webshopboekhandel.nl/Webshop/ProductImages/9789057121807.jpg http://www.coverbrowser.com/image/bestsellers-2006/2603-1.jpg

(No, I don't read any novels.)

CerebralAssassin
20-05-09, 20:20
http://i145.photobucket.com/albums/r206/CerebralAssassin1983/6a00c2251f97228fdb00e398f5bd630005-.jpg

^just started reading that one yesterday...hope it's good!!:jmp:

Kiss-Bite
20-05-09, 22:08
Thirsty, I just loved the cover.:D

http://camillejthompson.com/webprojects/projects/booktalk/images/thirsty.jpg

scoopy_loopy
21-05-09, 06:47
Thirsty, I just loved the cover.:D

http://camillejthompson.com/webprojects/projects/booktalk/images/thirsty.jpg

*future avatar* *cough*

:D

I just read the twilight "saga"

Eugh. Most of it was a chore. But some parts were quite funny, and they made up for it. (intentional humour or not :tea: )

Ive just moved onto: http://images.google.com.au/url?source=imgres&ct=tbn&q=http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/007353532x/title/dnk5-cover-small.jpg&usg=AFQjCNG4YhacTH2fJs1C9keudWMzsNmWkQ

... I have an oral exam in a couple of week. Scheiße!! :tea: