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Old 02-20-2005, 02:14 PM   #1
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Interference Reading List

I know we had a thread like this sometime last fall, but lately I've been buying books like they're going out of style (OK, when am I NOT buying books?) so I thought I'd start a new one.

So, what is occupying space on various Interlanders bedside tables?

I am currently enjoying Wicked: The Life & Times Of The Wicked Witch Of The West by Gregory Maguire, and The Polysyllabic Spree by Nick Hornsby (thanks, Abby! ).

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Adam Copeland on Edge Wrestlers biography

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'Le Grand Meaulnes' by Alian-Fournier
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Old 02-20-2005, 02:28 PM   #4
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wink The Library has become my best friend.

My book list right now:

Deception Point by Dan Brown
Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsella
To Have and to Hold by Jane Green
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Here's what I've got going right now....

Seek the Living by Ashley Warlick
A Riot of Our Own: Night and Day with the Clash by Johnny Green
Wilco: Learning How to Die by Greg Kot
The Tools of Screenwriting by David Howard
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I just finished:

Sushi for beginners - Marian Keyes.

Was fab, will definately check out more stuff by her. Oh, and there was a U2 reference in the book, lmao. One of the girls it's about is trying to get celebs in her magazine (it's set it Dublin) and it mentions that the character is a bit pissed cos Bono or The Corrs wont return her calls hee.
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America: The book - Jon Stewart
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Conversations with God Book 1 Neale Donald Walsch

Nine Parts of Desire Geraldine Brooks

The Clan of the Cave Bear Jean Auel
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I'll skip textbooks, though I have alot of them. (Currently making my way through on about Polish daily life under Communism. Cheery stuff.)

But on my *desired* reading list--which sadly, despite having no classes, I haven't really touched:

Pope Joan by Donna Cross

Katherine by Phillippa Gregory

A Cultural History of Russia by Orlando Fuges.
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The World Acccording to Garp - John Irving
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i haven't had as much time as i'd like to read lately, despite the fact that since christmas, i've gotten at least 15 new books...

elizabeth abbott - 'a history of mistresses'

anton chekhov - 'selected stories'

next up: azar nafisi - 'reading lolita in tehran'
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dandy, I just read "Reading Lolita in Tehran", it's fantastic. I couldn't put it down.
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almost done with the rasputin file by radzinsky.

i've recently read his other two books, the last tsar and his biography on stalin.

next up: 'russia and the russians'
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Old 02-20-2005, 05:27 PM   #14
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cruddy by lynda barry. again.

my brother sent me one of her hand drawn illustrations for christmas. personally autographed to me by miss barry.

best. present. ever.
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I'm in the middle of Roddy Doyle's The Barrytown Trilogy. The first part was The Commitments, which had me laughing out loud. Now it's The Snapper, which is very good.

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