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Old 09-09-2004, 06:36 AM   #16
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Angels and Demons is excellent! I read that before I started Da Vinci Code...I read both books in a total of 5 days lmao That's how great I thought they were
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Empire Falls - I forget the author's name.
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I've just finished reading The Other Side of the Story by Marian Keyes ( hilarious Irish writer by the way...)

And I'm currently reading a psychiatry book called "Anxiety and its disorders: diagnosis and treatment"
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Old 09-09-2004, 07:11 AM   #19
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Just read Da Vinci Code a week ago... Great book. Now I'm trying to get ideas on what to read next...
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I've just finished reading The Other Side of the Story by Marian Keyes ( hilarious Irish writer by the way...)
I love her. I haven't read that one yet. It's on my ever-growing list.

I just finished 'Fire Along the Sky' by Sara Donati. I'm currently re-reading 'The Screwtape Letters' and I also just started 'The Butcher Boy' by Patrick McCabe.
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Old 09-09-2004, 08:01 AM   #21
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I love her. I haven't read that one yet. It's on my ever-growing list.

I just finished 'Fire Along the Sky' by Sara Donati. I'm currently re-reading 'The Screwtape Letters' and I also just started 'The Butcher Boy' by Patrick McCabe.
I know! She's brilliant! I have all her books and they all crack me up.

I got an email from her hubby the other day thanking me on her behalf!

And the Screwtape Letters is one of the best books I ahve ever read.
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The Mighty 8th - stories of the US 8th Air Force during WWII
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I know! She's brilliant! I have all her books and they all crack me up.

I got an email from her hubby the other day thanking me on her behalf!

And the Screwtape Letters is one of the best books I ahve ever read.
I'll have to move "The Other Side of the Story" to the top of my list. It's been awhile since I read any fiction by her (Sushi for Beginners was the last one I read, or maybe Angels ) and talking about it makes me want to get into it.

Have you read her collection of short non-fiction "Under the Duvet"? That's really good, too.
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Old 09-09-2004, 08:36 AM   #25
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I'll have to move "The Other Side of the Story" to the top of my list. It's been awhile since I read any fiction by her (Sushi for Beginners was the last one I read, or maybe Angels ) and talking about it makes me want to get into it.

Have you read her collection of short non-fiction "Under the Duvet"? That's really good, too.
Yes! Actually that was the first book I read. I wasn't really looking for a book but I came across this particular one when I bought a magazine that was giving away Under the Duvet. And I'm completely addicted to her writing since then!
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Lots of uni academic crap for my graduate certificate in education, at the moment I am doing a real pain in the butt assignment on 'Language: Nature and Functions' and it is about lexical grammar, systemic functional linguistics and discourse analysis- I am HATING this assignment..........but on the lighter side I am reading a great book by Roald Dahl "Tales of the unexpected". It is a collection of adult short stories that all have a slight twilight zone feel to them- great stories
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Breakfast of Champions , totally random and sarcastic... awesome
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I'm reading Lord Kinross's "The Ottoman Centuries", which is a really great book about the Ottoman Empire.
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