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A Brief History of Time - Stephen Hawking

Just Finished The God Delusion (Richard Dawkins)


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Alison Weir - The Reign and Court of Henry VIII

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Went through some books by William Saroyan, now got to Milan Kundera's Immortality... does anybody of you know his work?

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the earth gods, by khalil gibran

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Worm of Na'Ruq wrote:
Went through some books by William Saroyan, now got to Milan Kundera's Immortality... does anybody of you know his work?

yes Worm of Na'Ruq
. his book entiled The Unbearable Lightness of Being (Nesnesitelná lehkost bytí) (1984) was amazing! :;):


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\m/! :p

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Henry Miller - Black Spring
quite a good book I think and also finished Friedgard Thoma - For nothing in the world(a book that consists in letters between the writer and emil cioran :D)

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Bound to become one of my favourite books ever, The Savage God - A study of suicide, by A. Alvarez.

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Henryk Sienkiewicz - Quo Vadis

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The Story of Light by Ben Bova


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i just finished Confessions of an english opium eater by Thomas De Quincey and tonight i'll start reading Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd

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I'm usually reading couple of books at the time, for different occasions. Something for the evening/bed, something for bus/train rides and so on. Currently on the reading shelf:

Ron Kray - My Story
It's not easy to be criminal boss in the London underworld, heh...

Picknett et al - Double Standards - The Rudolf Hess Cover-up
Plenty of questions give, none the answers.

Orlando Figes - A People's Tragedy - The Russian Revolution 1891-1924
A tragedy.

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The Secret by Rhonda Byrne.

Well, actually I've stopped reading it because it's junk.

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"Herbert West--Re animator" by H.P. Lovecraft

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Karnagoz wrote:
"Herbert West--Re animator" by H.P. Lovecraft
I really don't like that one for some odd reason.


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Bought a dozen of second hand sci-fi books last week, so I'm currently rereading Philip K. Dick's "Valis". And yes, I'm a huge sci-fi nerd.

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An Outline History of English Literature - Liliana Sikorska

History of England - Henryk Zins

History of English Literature - An Anthology for Students


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Silverdrone wrote:
Karnagoz wrote:
"Herbert West--Re animator" by H.P. Lovecraft
I really don't like that one for some odd reason.


I knew Lovecraft was a pretty devout white supremacist, but I wasn't really expecting it to show so blatantly in his writing. I think this one was worse than most, though.


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Karnagoz wrote:
Silverdrone wrote:
Karnagoz wrote:
"Herbert West--Re animator" by H.P. Lovecraft
I really don't like that one for some odd reason.


I knew Lovecraft was a pretty devout white supremacist, but I wasn't really expecting it to show so blatantly in his writing. I think this one was worse than most, though.
Yeah...he's a really good author, but those moments are really awkward...like the name of the cat in The Rats In The Wall.


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The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Alan Moore, illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.

O'Neill's artwork is fantastic. His landscapes are massive.

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