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  • The last book I read was called The Queens Fool,and I absolutely loved it. I have another one of her books but I just haven't read it yet; I would recommend it to anyone.
  • THe Malpas Legacy...Sam Llewellyn It was quite a good story between two time zones in the Irish Republic. Not brilliant but interesting
  • "He's Just Not That Into You" by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo. It was good, but not great..
  • I just finished "The Wonder Spot" (Melinda Bank). It was okay - it found it self-indulgent and devoid of much insight, but it had a lot of entertaining, humorous vignettes.
  • I've just finished reading Alan Alda's autobiography - very good and a worthy read.
  • The last book I finished was Dianetics. I loved to hate it. I read it to see what all the fuss was about. I've been meaning to read it now for 30 years. Now that I have, I know (because I have half a brain, and it doesn't require that much) that it is a load of unadulterated crap. It makes me want to become a full-time, professional debunker, but that's like becoming a hippy in the new millenium. I'm pretty sure it's been done to death, and I'm too late to say anything new, significant or meaningful. I am about three chapters away from ending Gilead by Marilynne Robinson. It is life changing. I am buying it for everyone who has significance in my life. Emphasizing forgiveness. Actually is a novel that has so much in it, that isn't even fair to say. Most times, a book that teaches you something, hasn't a good plot and vice versa. This has both. I can't stop talking about it.
  • Imperial Life in the Emerald City: Inside Iraq's Green Zone by Rajiv Chandrasekeran. I just finished reading it last night. It's very well written and informative. Almost too informative. I'm even more upset by what we've done to Iraq than I was before. But all in all, a good report of what a Washington Post imbedded reporter saw during the initial reconstruction of Baghdad.
  • Mine was Memoirs of A Geisha. Haven't seen the movie and I'm glad because people say it sucks. I loved the book though.
  • Well, I'm actually only halfway through. It's a book about the Colombia Space shuttle disaster. So far, it's very interesting. I have a holiday today, so I plan on stretching out on the floor and reading it all day......(if I can tear myself away from this damn computer)
  • "Tuesdays With Morrie." EXCELLENT book. It makes you truly think about the important things in life, and how so many other trivial things really don't matter in the grand scheme of things.
  • The da vinci code by Dan Brown, fab book, can't wait to start angels and demons.
  • Brave New World. It was an assignment in my English class and I thought it was one of the worst books I have ever read.
  • mine was bag of bones by stephen king...wonderful book
  • Howard stern.(Private parts).I liked it because of the crazy things he did to get noticed and to get ratings.
  • "a confederacy of dunces" by john kennedy toole. pulitzer prize winning comedy. very intelligent and dark. captures the new orleans voice very well also. go read it. the author won notoriety for killing himself via carbon monoxide poisoning in his car. the novel was published after his death.
  • I just finshed reading Beowulf. I enjoyed it, it was new and different.
  • The Sliver Donkey -- childrens book but I loved it :]
  • "False Impression" by Jeffrey Archer.
  • Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card. My husband kept bugging me and bugging me to read it, but I'm not into sci-fi. I finally read it and it was really good. He bought it for me when we were on our honeymoon. It was sweet of him.
  • The Da Vinci Cod by A. R.R.R. ROBERTS - There's something fishy going on... Five utterly baffling mysteries that will change what you believe about the world. And fish. And the wisdom of ever reading another book: . An eminent, renowned museum curator lies dead in his own gallery, with a three-foot cod stuffed down his throat... . A brilliant young man, a renowned anagrammatologist, good-looking, gsoh, own flat, good job, non-smoker, very high standards of personal hygiene, single, he's not gay, and he's not antisocial, he meets lots of women really, just nmobody seems quite right... . A beautiful, renowned young French police crytptologist who studied for her cryptology degree at Royal Holloway* - a university without a department in cryptology... . A book full of rehashed conspiracy theory cods(Oh! My! God!)wallop becomes a global bestseller... . Another book that should be called The Eda Vinci Cod gets called the Va Dinci Cod instead. An anagram is it? Err no.... (blurb from inside dust cover)
  • Goosebumps-"the curse of the creeping cofins" by R.L Stine.
  • Relationship Resue - Dr.Phil
  • The last book i read was Ugly by Constance Briscoe It was a really griping sad story.
  • I just read the middle book (of the trilogy called Soldier's Son) that was titled Forest Mage by Robin Hobb. Loved the book. Great character development, not a cheerful book but you get so deeply into the characters and feel with them. Can't wait for the last book.
  • "The Secrete Life of Bees" it is a beautiful book. I thought it was great. I'm currently reading "Red Hot Murder" by Joanne Pence. It is a fun mystery novel.
  • On the road, By Jack Kerouac. It is a great book, and shows a Stark view of the american landscape at the time it was written. (60's) I am also reading currently, The Culture of Counter-Culture. By: Alan Watts. A great book on the theory of zen buddhism (no i dont practice, i just lust for knowledge.)
  • " How to hear your Angel's " By Doreen Virtue.. I love the fact that she and I have the same belief system.. I Love Angel's !!
  • I'm reading "Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer
  • Animal Farm by George Orwell. I have read this book twice now. It's easy reading and really gives an insight into Socialism.
  • I just finished Sepulchure by Kate Mosse. Brilliant. Its set in the present and the past, and although its fiction, its about tarot cards. Fascinating.
  • Alice in Wonderland. It is one of my all time favorites and I often return to it through my life whenever I am feeling low. It cheers me up.
  • Pride and Prejudice. And now I'm reading Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe.
  • the last book i read was the time travellers wife.i'm now reading my booky wook.
  • The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. A book to make me feel happy no matter what.
  • Think and Grow Rich only cause I was told to read it, it's not that bad, but I had trouble staying into it! : )
  • 'How Few Remain' by Harry Turtledove. An alternative history of the American Civil War
  • I believe it was titled "Railroad Schemes." Right now, I am in the middle of "Hide Yourself Away."
  • I was lucky enough to be asked to design and do the photography for a book cover of an author in Australia. She sent me early copies via email to get a feel for the story. The cover is all done and she received the first batch of books from her publisher. My autographed copy should be here next week and I'll finally get to read the final draft--and see my cover! The name of the book is "Out of the Shadows-Jenna's Secret" by Chrissy Siggee. It's a teen novel about a girl who develops and recovers from an eating disorder. It's a good book to buy for any of your teens you worry may have to deal with body image issues.
  • Ladies of Liberty. (Still reading it)
  • A New Earth by Eckhardt Tolle :):)
  • Whit - Ian Banks
  • Marilyn Manson Long road out of hell or to hell...whichever:D
  • Divine proportion . Crazy math book,but simple reading.
  • The Calculus Lifesaver by Adrian Banner.
  • Helter Skelter
  • Jessus,Mohammad & I . Great book by Mohammad Ghazoli . We must understand the Islam to deal with it . Great facts about Mohammad , his wifes , it's ok only for him to marry 9 years old , and it's ok to kill anyone who is not a muslim . The entire islam is built on fear . I fear no one .
  • Three years ago "The Matrix and Philosophy".
  • Dave Ramseys - The Total Money Makeover Yes, it has some great practical advice.
  • Marley and Me I did enjoy the story. You can learn much about life from your pet.
  • 'Salvation in Death' by J D Robb.
  • War and Peace No really it was the Bible No really really it was the Twilight series
  • hmmm...don't think u know it, cause it is in russian, but nice story.love story...to be honest didn't like to read before, even hated,but changed my mind, once when read "Twilight"
  • Babbitt By Sinclair Lewis
  • Wild Fermentation by Sandor Katz +5
  • do books on tape count? If so Half blood prince
  • wow..really? well, in the country which i live only 2 has been relised :(
  • "Lies my teacher told me" Yes I enjoyed it, but I like history so that is probably why I liked it.
  • I believe it was one of Tom Clancy's novels about the conflict in Afghanistan. My wife was an avid reader and got bored with it. OTOH, I finished it. Yes, I enjoyed. There were some slow parts, but in total it was interesting. It was a precurssor to events that are happening today.
  • "The Kindly Ones," a long novel based on real characters of the Second World War told from the point of view of a young man of the German aristocracy. Due to his connections he travels into every area of combat and meets everyone in the Nazi heiarchy from Hitler on down. Quite a story, no holds barred. This is one case where thousands of words are worth much more than one picture. I've seen the pictures, read the histories, but this Novel makes us understand better than anything before why/how common Germans were developed into Nazis. The book also helps the reader to understand the horrors of battle--on a level with Goya. The Kindly Ones (Hardcover) by Jonathan Littell "Oh my human brothers, let me tell you how it happened..."
  • "We Wish To Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families" by Philip Gourevitch. No I didn't... How can you enjoy a book with a title like that? =) It is a journalistic piece about the Rwandan genocide. Sadly, the title words come from a letter that was written asking for assistance and help that never came. I mostly choose books I can learn from, even if my heart breaks the whole way through.
  • Shogun: yes it's old, but I hadn't read it before. I liked the views of Japanese culture. I enjoyed it. It ended well. I was afraid that it was just going to be another of those hero wins the day tales, but the ending fixed that OK.
  • The Last Juror....John Grisham

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