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Old 05-12-07, 19:02   #21
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The Rules of Attraction by Bret Easton Ellis.
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Old 05-12-07, 19:05   #22
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^Is it any good? I still have American Psycho that I got as a gift to read.

Almost done reading: Anne Rice's Blood and Gold

Quite dull in the beggining, it started to pick up the pace but probably a book that I will never pick up again. I'm sick and tired of whiny vampires XD
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Old 05-12-07, 19:11   #23
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^Yup, it is quite good. Does seem a bit too long, though, so it kind of looses its point at times, but I'd recommend it anyway.
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The last book I read was Dearly Devoted Dexter.
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Shakespeare - Hamlet
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Old 05-12-07, 20:16   #26
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Shakespeare - Hamlet
Do you like Shakespeare, then?
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Old 05-12-07, 20:18   #27
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Love his work. I read Macbeth, loved it. Romeo and Juliet is awesome too.
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Becoming Naomi Leon by Pam Munoz Ryan
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Old 26-12-07, 12:08   #29
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Well since its the holidays...I hit 3 books mwahaha

All by Nora Roberts

1. Blood Brothers

2. Heaven & Earth

3. Face the Fire
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Love his work. I read Macbeth, loved it. Romeo and Juliet is awesome too.
Macbeth is truly amazing.. and I very much like King Lear as well although the ending is tough..

I'm currently reading "The Last Coyote" by Michael Connelly and before that I think it was "Blow the House Down" by Robert Baer.. I liked it, though not as much as "See No Evil" and "Sleeping With the Devil - How Washington Sold our Soul for Saudi Crude" which are both authentic books from a CIA officer who is able to tell us how things really work on a geopolitical scale - very interesting stuff!
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