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I prefer to reread all 6
Good for you! If I attempt to start from Book1, it may take me months to finish them all.





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The Bible. No kidding.

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The Big Over Easy by Jasper Fforde!

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The Idiot - Dostoevsky
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Good choice; so do I, daily.

I'm also reading Brightness Reef, by David Brin. c1995, 514p.


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Tess of the D' Ubervilles _ Thomas Hardy
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Intervention by Julian May. I read it about 2 years back (and the entire series including "exiles") but now it's taken on a whole new meaning
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The House on Mango Street-Sandra Cisneros

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Has anybody heard of http://librarything.com?
It's a site for cataloging your books online - a bit too time consuming for me but the Book Suggestions tool is good. There's an unsuggester too for books you are very unlikely to read, which is interesting too, I guess. Anyway, if you're looking for something to read it's a good place to go.

At the moment I'm reading The Road by Cormac McCarthy. I'm still getting used to his limited use of punctuation, but I am enjoying it.
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Has anybody heard of http://librarything.com?
It's a site for cataloging your books online - a bit too time consuming for me but the Book Suggestions tool is good. There's an unsuggester too for books you are very unlikely to read, which is interesting too, I guess. Anyway, if you're looking for something to read it's a good place to go.

At the moment I'm reading The Road by Cormac McCarthy. I'm still getting used to his limited use of punctuation, but I am enjoying it.
Hey, thanks. I think I'll make use of this!

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Has anybody heard of http://librarything.com?
It's a site for cataloging your books online - a bit too time consuming for me but the Book Suggestions tool is good. There's an unsuggester too for books you are very unlikely to read, which is interesting too, I guess. Anyway, if you're looking for something to read it's a good place to go.

At the moment I'm reading The Road by Cormac McCarthy. I'm still getting used to his limited use of punctuation, but I am enjoying it.
My hubs uses the library site for cataloging his collections. He uses it for his blog as well and I believe has scanned in book covers into the site for others. It is a very cool site

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Finished reading Bangkok Hilton about an English woman named Sandra Gregory who was convicted to 25 years in prison for smuggling heroin. She spent 4 years in an infamous prison in Bangkok and the rest in prisons in England and this is her story.
Read it in two days, it was quite touching I think!

*edit* Bangkok Hilton is actually the dutch title of the novel, the original title is Forget you had a daughter
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