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    Seeing as there's a what are you wearing, and what are you listening to, and what did you last eat and drink .. and .. probably more..


    What are you reading? =D


    I'm reading About A Boy - Nick Horny

    But I think I'm gonna finish it in like .. about an hour =p


    And then I'll start on Martyn Pig - Kevin Brooks


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    A friend of the family - Lisa Jewell.

    cant tell if its any good yet.

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    Donny Osmond's autobiography. I really loved the Osmonds when I was young. (way back in the 70's, lol)

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    Im currently readin two books on historys serial killers, chapter a night from each book lol!

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    Well, my trash of the moment is the Sinister Twilight by J.S. FOrrester.....my "required reading" (ie- what may be usefull to my thesis) is Collecting and Interpreting Qualitative Materials by by Denzin and Lincoln.


    *amber*

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    I started reading Kiss The Girls by JAmes Patterson. I never reven seen the movie yet! lol. I read a couple of V* scenes in this book. Does anyone ever get bothered by reading about it? I do!
    *Mandi*

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    I hate v* scenes in books too. I can picture it all too vividly! I love Stephen King's books, but he seems to find it compulsory to include v*ing!

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    I am reading 'House of Sand and Fog' by Andre Dubus III. I enjoyed the movie, but am enjoying the book much more.

    As far as vomiting scenes in books. I actually like them. They feel somewhat cathartic for me.

    Next on my list is 'Stiff-The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers' by Mary Roach.

    After that I might have room for one more before school starts again and I usually don't get much pleasure reading in after that....

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    I'm not at all bothered about v* in books, tbh. I used to be .. but .. now I'm not.


    I even read the one near the beginning of A Child Called It without flinching *feels proud* lol.



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    'Bulfinch's Mythology, my roommate lent me 'Oryx and Crake' which I should really start (more than a page of) soon!

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    The Dog's Mind by Bruce Fogel
    .•:*¨¨*:•.Tracey.•:*¨¨*:•.

    Fall seven times, stand up eight.
    - Japanese proverb


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    crossing the paradise line by anabel giles
    and i adore you, you\'re my life, but in the end, i have to take a leap of faith and find out for myself, who i am and where i stand.

    add me on msn;
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    The Shell Seekers by Rosamunde Pilcher
    "Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right."

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    The Time Traveler's Wife
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    Quote Originally Posted by xsarah-warahx

    I'm not at all bothered about v* in books,
    tbh. I used to be .. but .. now I'm not.


    I even read the one near the beginning of A Child Called It
    without flinching *feels proud* lol.


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    that book made me cry soooooo much!!!! it was sad


    but i made it too!!!!!!
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    I'm reading a lot for school ...

    "Their Eyes Were Watching God" by Zore Neale Hurston

    "Metamorphoses" by Ovid

    "Mansfield Park" by Jane Austen

    They're all pretty good! Just sucks having to read them all at once. [img]smileys/smilies_11.gif[/img]
    The waiting seems eternity
    a day will dawn of sanity.

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    I had to read Their Eyes Were Watching God for a class. I never got around to finishing it though, so let me know if it is worth finishing!
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    ive just finished reading "the boy in the striped pyjamas" im now readin "what i want my daughters to know"and i cant put it down :-)
    ****** PROBLEMS CANNOT BE SOLVED AT THE SAME LEVEL OF AWARENESS THAT CREATED THEM...... Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by classycaro1
    I had to read Their Eyes Were Watching God for a class. I never got around to finishing it though, so let me know if it is worth finishing!
    Just finished it this morning. The ending wasn't bad -- the entire book I was interested in finding out how Tea Cake died. There was kind of a twist, but not that big and thrilling of one. If you're interested in finding out how he died I'd finish it, if not, I guess it wouldn't be that worth it.
    The waiting seems eternity
    a day will dawn of sanity.

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    Twilight...Although I haven't actually read any of it for a couple of months...I keep telling myself I'll get back to it...

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    Bourne's workbook on overcoming panic and anxiety. My therapist and Sage both recomended it!

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    Stephen King's "Bag of bones" I do adore his novels [img]smileys/smilies_39.gif[/img]
    It was hard but I'd do it again (c)
    Sometimes it takes a thousand tries to win (c)

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    The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Emmuska Orczy. It's for a boarding school reading list.

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    "Brown Girl, Brownstones" by Paule Marshall and "Gilgamesh."
    The waiting seems eternity
    a day will dawn of sanity.

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    I am reading:

    If i am missing or dead.

    its very sad but brilliant and i shall finish it in like 20 mins! [img]smileys/smilies_04.gif[/img]

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    At my mothers knee...and other low joints - it's Paul O'Grady's (Comedian/TV Presenter) autobiography.

    I'm only a few pages in but ir's hilarious [img]smileys/smilies_04.gif[/img]

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    Whale talk- Chris Cruture (for school)
    Life is a wonderful ride.

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    Cold Comfort Farm - Stella Gibbons

    Monkey - Wu Ch'Eng-En

    Bone Black - bell hooks
    The waiting seems eternity
    a day will dawn of sanity.

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    Im reading The Autobiography of Malcolm X
    To live is to find meaning...

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    I'm reading the Scarlet Pimpernel, Ivanhoe, and the Last of the Mohicans. All I can say about the latter is if my English teacher thinks I have run-on sentences, clearly she hasn't read that.

 

 

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