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Rides a dread legion, Raymond E Feist. Quite proud of that feat, it took reading 25 previous books to get to that one....and now there's a new one out! I hope it never ends :p
James Rollins "The Doomsday Key" It was alright, could've been better.
"Dreams from My Father" by Barack Obama. A great way to understand our President
Bridget Jones' Diary Sure, its not exactly classic literature, but it is very clever and fun to read
When Everything Changed, by Gail Collins. It's fascinating non-fiction that chronicles how the role of women changed from 1960 to the present. Very Discussable. In fact, yesterday I wrote a blog about the book and my reaction to it.
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba.
It is tragic, uplifting, interesting, fascinating, and has a happy ending.
I highly recommend it.
Regeneration by Pat Barker, I had to read it for uni and it's about world war 1 and the psychological damage left on the soldiers. It's a novel but there a a few real people including poets who are in it. Was a good read.
Now I'm reading On Writing by Stephen King and it's very interesting. It's been keeping me up late at night because I can't put it down
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by Robie Benve6 years ago
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by Atell Rohlandt6 years ago
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