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    Default Currently reading?

    What are you reading at the moment? A newspaper? A novel? A blog?

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    just finished the janson directive by robert ludlum (author of the bourne books which are a million times better than the films!) and am moving on to the whole truth by david baldacci
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    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn on a Sony Reader
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    Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, but i can't stand the Pride & Prejudice part

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    Well, im near the end of the Oxford dictionary and when i finish with that im making a start on the complete set of Britannica Encyclopedia.

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    The Sword of Shannara - Terry Brooks

    Recommended by ickle a f ew weeks ago.

    After that ive got Patient Zero lined up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackhenderson View Post
    Well, im near the end of the Oxford dictionary and when i finish with that im making a start on the complete set of Britannica Encyclopedia.
    how old are you?

    Now: Finished reading Wolves of the Plains or summat like that by Conn Iggluden- very good book

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berzerker View Post
    how old are you?

    Now: Finished reading Wolves of the Plains or summat like that by Conn Iggluden- very good book
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    I'm reading Battle Tactics of Napoleon and his Enemies by Brent Nosworthy

    Its truly fascinating analysing the different infantry and cavalry tactics used by the armies of the period, their similarities and their differences. I love it

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    read p&p&zombies in a weekend much better than the original Mr Darcy: Vampire was good too i have just finished The Childrens Book by A S Byatt it was good but not very exciting my favs are Tess of the D'urbervilles and Wuthering Heghts

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    Steig Larsson's 'The Girl who Played with Fire'.

    It arrived in the post today, which I'm taking as a sign that the universe loves me, because I had just finished reading 'Soul Therapy' by Joy Manne.

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    unbelieveably, i'm not reading one at the moment, not very often that happens! lolz

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    Roberto Bolano's 2666. Just getting started but I enjoyed The Savage Detectives so I have high expectations for this one as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackhenderson View Post
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    I'd read the Oxford Dictionary when I was 9- no joke

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    well this may be hard to believe but I am reading 5 (writing one) different books,

    ~ Cherub, Divine Madness
    ~ Henderson's Boys, Secret Army
    ~Charlie Bone and the time twister
    ~ How to avoid a wombats bum
    ~ How much poo does and elephant do
    ~ And I am writing a novel, Teleport,

    And I'm only 11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SecondHeartbeat View Post
    Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, but i can't stand the Pride & Prejudice part
    I bought that expecting great things but only got a few pages in. Nice idea, but having read the original Jane Austen version not long before it was very tedious.

    Now reading World War Z: An oral history of the Zombie War, and wow.. it is truly immense. Get it, right now.
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    the world as will and representation by arthur schopenhauer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destine View Post
    I bought that expecting great things but only got a few pages in. Nice idea, but having read the original Jane Austen version not long before it was very tedious.

    Now reading World War Z: An oral history of the Zombie War, and wow.. it is truly immense. Get it, right now.
    It sounds good
    I'm a huge fan of the "of the dead" film series by George A. Romero, so any zombie books catch my attention

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