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I'm reading four book atm, one for pleasure and three for class:
Necropolis by Anthony Horowitz for pleasure
The Jungle by Upton Sinclair for US History
Great Gatsby for English
The Screwtape Letters by CS Lewis for Bible

What are you reading?
Recommend them if you care to do so.
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Battle Royale by Koushun Takami
The Hellbound Heart by Clive Barker
The Light Fantastic by Terry Pratchett
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is this not better inputted in the literature thread? :shrugs:
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Battle Royale by Koushun Takami
The Hellbound Heart by Clive Barker
The Light Fantastic by Terry Pratchett


I watched that film when I was in primary school, had a tremendous effect on me in a way that it stopped me from being a violent kid.
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Lipstick traces - Greil marcus
The Campaigns of Alexander - Arrian
Fear and loathing on the campaign trail - Hunter s. Thompson
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The October Horse by Colleen McCullough.

How the hell do you people read more than one book at a time?
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The communist manifesto, < haven't read as much
and God delusion by Richard Dawkins < Great Book


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The October Horse by Colleen McCullough.

How the hell do you people read more than one book at a time?

1. forced
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The October Horse by Colleen McCullough.

How the hell do you people read more than one book at a time?


One at home,

One at my girlfriends,

One at work for my breaks.

Easy peasy.
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The October Horse by Colleen McCullough.

How the hell do you people read more than one book at a time?



Paradise Lost - John Milton
The Importance of being Earnest - Oscar Wilde
Snuff - Chuck Palahniuk
Priest - A manga by some guy


Answer: A little too ambitious
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One at my girlfriends,

Must not be much of a "stallion" in bed, if you still find the time to read a book
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Small places, large issues - Thomas Hylland Eriksen (for class)
No Logo - Naomi Klein (for plesaure, and now class)
Argonauts of the western pacific - Malinowski (for class...)

I do recommend No Logo or Shock Doctrine if you've already read it.
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As for the topic: This thread.
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Must not be much of a "stallion" in bed, if you still find the time to read a book


Oh Zing!

I read it when I'm taking a shit. I like to take my time and enjoy my deuces.
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One at home,

One at my girlfriends,

One at work for my breaks.

Easy peasy.

Well, this might just sound plain old silly, but couldn't you read the SAME book at each of those places?

I find it so hard to get into a book when I'm reading another one at the same time. It's like those people who always change the channel when watching TV, so damn annoying.
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Must not be much of a "stallion" in bed, if you still find the time to read a book


he's not so keen for it lol
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Well, this might just sound plain old silly, but couldn't you read the SAME book at each of those places?

I find it so hard to get into a book when I'm reading another one at the same time. It's like those people who always change the channel when watching TV, so damn annoying.


Yeah, but if I leave a good book at each place, I know I've always got something, and don't need to remember to bring one along.

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It's a Manga as well.


The only Manga I've ever read are the Battle Royale series, Samurai Deeper Kyo (Up to about book 18), One Piece (up to about book 12) and Death Note (up to about book 4)
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It's a Manga as well.


I see.

Wasn't card captors that anime series for kids, though? I hoep it's not some kind of spin-off to that...
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I see.

Wasn't card captors that anime series for kids, though? I hoep it's not some kind of spin-off to that...

Oh crap that used to be a saturday morning cartoon in Japan
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Yeah, but if I leave a good book at each place, I know I've always got something, and don't need to remember to bring one along.

Hmm, touche..

I rarely take books I am reading to school because they never fit in my bag. Maybe I should leave a book at school. I shall try your technique out, even if it diminishes the quality of the books.
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I see.

Wasn't card captors that anime series for kids, though? I hoep it's not some kind of spin-off to that...


The 'kids' version of the Anime was the English version, which had cut out all the good bits. I watch the Japanese version, so I get to see the 'full' series. The Manga is basically the Anime, but with a few extras in there. The storyline is very similar.

I prefer the Anime, but the Manga is proving to be a very good read.
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Hmm, touche..

I rarely take books I am reading to school because they never fit in my bag. Maybe I should leave a book at school. I shall try your technique out, even if it diminishes the quality of the books.


Let me know how it works out! It doesn't work for everyone, lots of people are always asking me how I can read 3 or 4 books at a time, I just don't find it a problem!
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Pooping is well good though, to be fair.


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I'm losing my grip, 'cos I'm losing my fingers.
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Oh Zing!

I read it when I'm taking a shit. I like to take my time and enjoy my deuces.

Interesting
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Interesting


Can post pics if you want further information on this subject.
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Pooping is well good though, to be fair.


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I'm losing my grip, 'cos I'm losing my fingers.
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Let me know how it works out! It doesn't work for everyone, lots of people are always asking me how I can read 3 or 4 books at a time, I just don't find it a problem!

Will do, I'm a very slow reader which will cause problems to arise.

I can get started on some books I've been meaning to read for a while.

Suggest which I should read first?
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte (obviously).
The Bridge To Holy Cross by Paullina Simons.
London by Edward Rutherford. (I will be die before I can finish that book).

All of which I have laying around meaning to be read.
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Will do, I'm a very slow reader which will cause problems to arise.

I can get started on some books I've been meaning to read for a while.

Suggest which I should read first?
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte (obviously).
The Bridge To Holy Cross by Paullina Simons.

London by Edward Rutherford. (I will be die before I can finish that book).

All of which I have laying around meaning to be read.


Either or.
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Pooping is well good though, to be fair.


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I'm losing my grip, 'cos I'm losing my fingers.
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Either or.

Why not London, just out of interest? It looks so epic.

I've heard it's quite a challenging read though, so yeahh.
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Why not London, just out of interest? It looks so epic.

I've heard it's quite a challenging read though, so yeahh.


I'd read them all, I'd just go with these first.

And I wouldn't try tackling London whilst reading other books. That's a literary piece that requires your undivided attention!
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David Bodanis = E=MC2, absolutely fascinating.

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I'd read them all, I'd just go with these first.

And I wouldn't try tackling London whilst reading other books. That's a literary piece that requires your undivided attention!

Ahh, touche. Tis probably best I read the others first then, been far to tired lately. Will let you know how this reading 2 books things goes then.

Anyhow, night UG, tis almost midnight so I shall be off.
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Pooping is well good though, to be fair.


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I'm losing my grip, 'cos I'm losing my fingers.
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Jack Kerouac, On The Road.

It's one of those books that I've meant to read for ages and never got round to it. I'm enjoying it.
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