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GuJu    6

The Fountainhead- Ayn Rand

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Astra.Xtreme    2,874

The Grand Design -Stephen Hawking

also a bunch of textbooks for classes, but those don't really count :p

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Mathachew    149

Starting Elantris by Brandon Sanderson tonight. If you want a great read, I highly suggest the Mistborn trilogy. Easily one of the best series I have ever read.

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Dark_ph0enix    13

I've been on more of a TV watching fix so far this year, but I did read Michael Cunninghams' A Home at the end of the World a few days ago. Blimey, talk about depressing. For something more lighthearted / disposable, I'm gonna read David Baldaccis' The Camel Club.

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Lant    70

Re-reading Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond

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lamminium    79

Macbeth.

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Nick H.    10,276

Just finished re-reading Michael Crichton's "Prey." Brilliant book if you haven't already read it.

Just started reading John Grisham's "The Confession." Completely different writing, so it's taking a little while to really get in to it.

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Damo R.    29,672

bought some new books today :)

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Growled    3,881

Slan by A. E. van Vogt. My uncle let me borrow his book that he has had for many years.

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SubjectDelta    21

The Illuminatus Trilogy written by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson. I've already read it, but go back from time to time.

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Avlor    1

The Most Powerful Idea in the World, by William Rosen.

Bought it expecting an early history of railways in the UK, but got a very interesting read on the industrial revolution in general.

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Techno_Funky    19

Picked this up randomly on sunday, looks good so far :)

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Flawed    8

Kiss the Girls, Homer's Iliad (the original Greek), and Jon Kleinberg's The Mathematics of Algorithm Design.

Kiss the Girls is a good read, far better than the film that shares its namesake.

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Mohitster    86

Quantum Psychology......

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Tom    1,190

The bible.

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spikey_richie    247

LOTR 50th Anniversary edition (trying again, it's hard work)

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GuJu    6

The Cheater by Scottie Priesmeyer

the author is my professor for Literature and she's making us read HER book :angry: smh

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Xilo    931

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Picked the first one up since it was free on Kindle store. Surprisingly it's turned out to be a good series.

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nvllsvm    103

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Click the image to read a summary and download the book for free legally.

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Brandon H    3,510

I am currently reading "The Elf Queen of Shannara" by Terry Brooks

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it's the third book in the second series, i highly recommend picking up his first book "The Sword of Shannara" and getting into the series'

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Sir Topham Hatt    281

This one:

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Then this one:

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And then this one:

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Then to finish off:

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I'll move on to the Discworld after :)

Apparently I have been missing out!

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earlcaulley    15

The Running Man by Richard Bachman/Stephen King

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Sir Topham Hatt    281

^ that's a good movie

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