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16-08-2011, 21:23   #1
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What book are you reading atm??

and would ya recommend it?

I'm reading 'Full Dark, No Stars' by Stephen King!

Just started so can't really say I can recommend it just yet!

You can't beat a bit of Stephen King!
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...You can't beat a bit of Stephen King!
"O' yes we can!"
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16-08-2011, 21:29   #4
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The Hobbit.

Bilbo is such a pimp.
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I think I am getting to some drama part of this book.
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'Making Money' by Terry Pratchet.

I usually read something serious then something fun then serious again.

Last book was 'Diary of a slave girl written in her own words' (Kindle free classic), not bad.
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A brief history of time, I would recommend it to anyone who is remotely interested in science.

Just finished 1984 would recommend that to anyone.
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Just finished 1984 would recommend that to anyone.

I read that whe i was 'in a dark place'. Have to say it didn't help! Great read but depressing.
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The Rape of Nanking, thank Jebus I,m not Chinese or Japanese
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A brief history of time, I would recommend it to anyone who is remotely interested in science.
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Is it a difficult read?
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