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Beyond Opinion - Ravi Zacharias
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I've just finished "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley ( in english btw.. ) , very good novel...pretty easy language and style even for a non native speaker...i had an harder time reading "Hard times " .. sorry for the stupid joke...
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I'm looking for a book... I'm 16 and I haven't read a lot in my short life. But I do know I loved The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon.
Any suggestions? It needs to be fun to read...
Thanks
P.S: I rather it to be a realistic book and not fantasy.
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I'm looking for a book... I'm 16 and I haven't read a lot in my short life. But I do know I loved The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon.
Any suggestions? It needs to be fun to read...
Thanks
P.S: I rather it to be a realistic book and not fantasy.
Michael Crichton. Start with Jurassic Park and work your way out from there.
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I'm not sure why, but I've been in a reading funk lately.
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Originally Posted by guyx1992 View Post
I'm looking for a book... I'm 16 and I haven't read a lot in my short life. But I do know I loved The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon.
Any suggestions? It needs to be fun to read...
Thanks
P.S: I rather it to be a realistic book and not fantasy.
Read Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. About a nine year old boy whose father is killed in 9/11 attack. Similar style to The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time. Very good.
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Alan Turing's Automatic Computing Engine by B. Jack Copeland
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Invincible Iron Man 3rd Appearance Issue #13
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Dan Simmons - The fall of hyperion
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Stephen King - Dark Tower part V
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Finally on a new book after spending most of my summer with Thomas Friedman's, "The World Is Flat." A really great book about globalization and associated issues. I found myself reading segments two and three times. Highly recommended. (especially interesting in the context of the Olympics in China...) I'm now reading "The Thirteen American Arguments" by Howard Fineman.
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Carl Hiassen - Stormy Weather
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Hamlet's Mill.
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Amin Maalouf - Origins: A Memoir
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