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Postby SCH » 17 Jul 2014, 23:48

The Old Man and the Sea? It mgihyt be drama, which I also dislike in books, but it really caught my attention. Also, the books in the series with The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo are worth reading if you like thrillers.
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Postby DjVero » 17 Jul 2014, 23:52

Heisenberg:There a lot, obviously, but I suggest you "Misery" by Stephen King, I rode it some months ago and it's awesome (the film is amazing too :p ), and it's not too long.


Well...gotta love Stephen King of course _O_

SCH:The Old Man and the Sea? It mgihyt be drama, which I also dislike in books, but it really caught my attention. Also, the books in the series with The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo are worth reading if you like thrillers.


The first one doesn't seem too interesting, but the second might be more of my choice. :)
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Postby SCH » 18 Jul 2014, 00:00

Well, what speaks for the first one would that Hemmingway really knew how to write :)
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Postby ceero » 20 Jul 2014, 00:56

Joseph Heller - Closing Time (this book (L) (L) )
Vladimir Nabokov - Lolita
Maxim Gorkij - The Mother
+ some Sri Lanka travel guide
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Postby Reflex F.N. » 07 Aug 2014, 02:25

I've never been a fan of reading. However, I am currently reading a Japanese visual novel (translated to English) called "Umineko No Naku Koro Ni". That's the only story I'm reading. I highly recommend it, by the way; it's a masterpiece.
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Postby nerz » 09 Aug 2014, 22:52

DjVero:I need some advice, so if anyone would give me some it'd be greatly appreciated. I usually don't read, but I'm going on holiday very soon, including a few days on an island so I could use a good book. I absolutely don't like drama or romance, but if anyone knows a good thriller (or maybe even horror) then please let me know !! :)


pet sematary by stephen king

it's a damn good horror story though it may be a 'bit' dark for a holiday :D

anyway, i strongly recommend it.
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Postby Reflex F.N. » 02 Sep 2014, 23:12

I started reading "A Series Of Unfortunate Events - The Bad Beginning" by Lemony Snicket.
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Postby Reflex F.N. » 04 Feb 2015, 14:08

I am reading Programming Principles and Practice Using C++, 2nd Edition by Bjarne Stroustrup.
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Postby Gracio » 04 Feb 2015, 15:49

Fifty Shades of Grey _O-
Because next week comes the Movie to the cinemas & i wanna actually know what's going to happen!
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Postby xXxHsCL0vErXxX » 04 Feb 2015, 16:11

The Lord of the Rings. I started reading this book long ago, back when i was 11-12, but it was too hard to understand it at that time, although i liked it somehow. I read Fellowship and Two towers completely and then stopped. Years later i got into epic fantasy genre so much, but there was Game of Thrones and other books so i put LOTR aside again. Finally, a few weeks ago i decided to start reading it and now here i am. I don't remember anything from what i read when i was 11 and it's probably because i didn't understand it back then. I like it so much. It's much better than Game of Thrones and other famous epic fantasy books, it's very descriptive like Hobbit, but more serious. Writing style is very good and is on much higher level than in any other epic fantasy books, by other authors, i've read.
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Postby ChristianHardstyle » 04 Feb 2015, 20:00

Just finished reading Trainspotting :)
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Postby Tomix » 04 Feb 2015, 22:30

finished Ender's Game, nice sci-fi mixed with a little psychology :)
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Postby Doctor Dave » 05 Feb 2015, 00:03

reading the Divergent series atm, next up is Metro 2034 :)
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Postby SCH » 05 Feb 2015, 02:13

Pre-Islamic Persian history on Wikipedia. Interesting region to the say the least.
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Postby Memorize » 09 Feb 2015, 01:27

did someone already say "this topic"?
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