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So, I'm interested in what books people are reading at this moment / or finished last / lately? Doesn't need to be the favourite book or you didin't even had to like that book. Just interesting what people are reading.

- I'm reading at this moment Paulo Coelho's "Na margem do rio Piedra eu sentei e chorei" but in finnish of course. The book has been at this moment kinda good! :)

I also found in library Vigdis Grimsdóttir's "Thögnin" that I'm going to read next (maybe tomorrow) and Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse. I've read Grimsdóttir's one book before, it was really good. So let's see do these books impress me.


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Recently I read Ted Dekker's The Bride Collector which was a fantastic book. It's a good book for anyone who likes reading murder stories/psychological thrillers. I would also recommend Ron Paul's The Revolution: A Manifesto =).

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The Lord Of The Rings: Trilogy, I guess it's my favorite book and the one I recently read. I would also recommend The Name Of The Rose by Umberto Eco. It's like a criminal and ambiguous book with a lot of worthy moral. ;)

Edited by H3LLB0Y, 21 April 2012 - 11:18 AM.


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Just finished ; Wodka express - expected more from it to be honest, it wasnt so good
Now ; Im currently reading "Fallen In Love" by Lauren kate
It's the third book from the Fallen series :)

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Im almost done with The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie. I plan on finishing the trilogy immediately after i finish it has been so good.

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Pretty good read. :) Typical Zombie story, but it had some very interesting and touching parts. Stuff that can 'hit home'.

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I love reading dystopian novels, so I recently finished "mockingjay", the last of the hunger games series. another amazing one is the uglies series, and the giver.

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Currently reading "Walk On" which is an autobiography about Ronnie Whelan a former Liverpool and Irish football player. Very interesting book so far. I recently finished reading a book called Angela's Ashes which was made into a film a good 10+ years ago. Would recommend it to people who are interested in reading about what life was like living in Ireland in the 1930's/40's.

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I'm reading a book called 'Troie'.
Can't resume it atm, haven't finished it yet.

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Just finished `I hope they serve beer in hell` by Max Tucker, probably the most hilarious book i ever read.

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Recently finished " What's Eating Gilbert Grape", by Peter Hedges, was pretty good, and enjoyed the movie as well.

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I just finished up "Inheritance" by Christopher Paloini, which is the 4th and final book in the series.

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Ulysses - James Joyce

I'm reading it in English, it's hell :P

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John Marsden - Tomorrow when the war began series.

Childrens book, I've read it before (in Dutch), but I was in the mood for something light now. You recognize very easily that it's a children's book (age ~16) and I read the books (300 pages) in about 7 hours (and English isn't even my native language), but it's a quite nice book. I've finished book 3 last week and probably I'll start with 4 somewhere this weekend.

Before that I read the Millennium Triology. Very good books, but it starts quite slow (although interesting) and afterwards it goes a bit too fast (hence, you read until 3~4 AM on schooldays). Still, a must-read I think.

Edited by rolf, 23 April 2012 - 12:56 AM.





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