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Stephen Baxter - Origin

I'm reading it for the second time now, but then, this is probably my favourite hard science fiction writer.

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The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook by Edmund J. Bourne, PH.D.


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Vagabonds by Knut Hamsun. Hamsun is one of my favorite authors, and this seems to be a great book, though I've only just started reading it today

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CONAN - The God In The Bowel and other stories, Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord, Dark Horse Books.

Marvelously written with killer artwork to match! I´m impressed to see R.E. Howard so well adapted, Dark Horse is doing a great job (while marvel comics did utter crap in 75% of their releases, saving The Savage Sword and the classic b/w editions imo).


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"Queen of the South" - Arturo Pérez-Reverte

This is a stunning novel that weaves the fascinating story of Pérez-Reverte's heroine, with the narrative of her unnamed and unauthorized biographer. It takes the reader not only into a strange physical world, but also into an alien moral universe with its own rules of honour and right conduct. Brilliant.

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Tonight i´m reading Fables: Sons of Empire (book 9). An awesome Vertigo´s comic book release!
Later in the day i´ll go back to "Les Chants De Maldoror" by Isidore Ducasse a.k.a. Comte de Lautréamont. Quite addicting.


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Great Expectations by Charles Dickens and Professions for Women, by Virginia Woolf.

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"El Jinete Insonme" by Manuel Scorza. I think it would be something like "The Sleeples Rider".


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The Firm, by John Grisham


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Just finished Irvine Welsh's 'Ecstasy'.
Stephen Fry - Rescuing the Spectacled Bear: A Peruvian Diary
Bakunin on Anarchism

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The Dark Side: Tales of Terror and the Supernatural-Guy de Maupassant.
Lots of them don't seem to be about the supenatural at all, just horrible stories with people dying in various gruesome/grim ways or going insane!Its nice!

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"The world according to Clarkson", by Jeremy Clarkson.

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I actually read a third of The World According To Clarkson but left it at my moms house when I moved out and started reading other things, but now I have retrieved it. Enjoyable read. But if you're into science fiction and futuristic storylines, try out Pandora's Star followed by the sequel Judas Unchained, both by Peter F. Hamilton. Very enjoyable and detailed.

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The Inverted World by Christopher Priest : great sci-fi :)

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Carl Sagan & Ann Druyan - Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors
Quite an ambitious book about what it means to be human, science, religion, etc. But you can trust Sagan and his wife to do it right. At least, that's how I always feel about their writings.

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I'm currently reading the following books:

In Bed: Hunter S. Thompson-Hell's Angels (Thompson, known from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, has written his account on the notorious motorcycle outlaws in the 60's. This book was published in 66)

Travelling to work: Nick Cave-And the Ass saw the Angel (Nick Cave's, the musician, first fiction novel. Just started it but it's well written!)


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Robert Rankin - The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies Of The Apocalypse

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101 Myths of the Bible by gary greenberg. :bulb: :bulb: :bulb:


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the prestige by this guy called priest. the book is better than the movie imo.


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Sailor Song, by Ken Kesey... Ordered it over the net, and found out it was signed!
Just too bad my name isn't Tony...

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