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Quote nok1888 Replybullet Topic: What is everyone reading at the moment
    Posted: November/24/2008 at 5:36am

I'm reading Autobiography of a Murderer by Hugh Collins. He was one of the founding members of the Shamrocks during the 1960's Glasgow gang wars, some life he lived

totally recommend this book to everyone 
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Quote xjessiex Replybullet Posted: November/24/2008 at 5:54am

I'm reading Nietzsche's 'Beyond good and evil.
I'll admit, this is the first book i've read of his, and its a little over my simple brain...its gonna take me a while to get through.
In my keeping of trying to read more german author's/philosophers, i can however reconmend Herman Hesse. Steppenwolf is my favourite, but i just finished Narcisus and Goldmund and loved that, too.


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Quote Tahnee Replybullet Posted: November/24/2008 at 6:09am
I'm reading the whole Shannara series by Terry Brooks. Great beginning/end of the world insight. :)
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Quote Steef Replybullet Posted: November/24/2008 at 6:14am
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Quote littlebeans Replybullet Posted: November/24/2008 at 6:29am
I've just finished two books, one for work, on Liver disease (woohoo!), and the other's an interesting library book: Brazilian waxes, Lazy ovaries, and outrageous orgasms by Lisa Sussman lol. It's a womans guide to all the above, with a lewd twist.
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Quote Ittybritty Replybullet Posted: November/24/2008 at 6:45am
Finished Frankenstein today, and got halfway through A Picture Of Dorian Gray.
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Quote SierraFoxtrot Replybullet Posted: November/24/2008 at 7:50am
I'm reading She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb. Its about a really messed up girl and I'm finding it really easy to hate the main character.


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Quote lil lucifer Replybullet Posted: November/24/2008 at 8:19am
Im juggling "might is right" "the book of enoch"  for fun and for serious research ROFLMFAO "Troy" by david gemmel. 
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Quote MaximusPrime Replybullet Posted: November/24/2008 at 8:25am
Im reading "on the road" by Jack Kerouac.
Its pretty cool, about "beat" dont ask me, just read it.
Im also strugling with Moby Dick. but thats on hold atm. might try again after this one.

also been interested in Dante's Inferno. might pick that one up later.
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Quote Blasphemer Replybullet Posted: November/24/2008 at 9:12am
Originally posted by Tahnee

I'm reading the whole Shannara series by Terry Brooks. Great beginning/end of the world insight. :)


The heritage of shannara was absolutely amazing, i dont think i've ever been so captivated by a series, i read all of them in one go and they were fantastic.


At the moment i'm reading Perdido Street Station by China Meiville, its like the 6th or 7th time i've read it and i obviously cant get enough. As modern sci fi novels go its definately my favourite.  i recomend anyone to pick it up, fantastic sci fi novel by one of my favourite authors
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