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    The Exegesus

    I bought a book on Amazon.com called the Exegesus of Phillip K. ****, an author I try to tell people about any chance I get and the exegesus is a collection of his philisophic thoughts (Mostly involving meta-physics) Unfortunately Amazon LOST THE BOOK... But today... three months...
    TheDaken TheDaken 26-30, M 1 Response Feb 3, 2013

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    Fifty Shades of Grey.

    ... I'm quite late in the fad but I've come to really obsess over the graphic, tantalizing nature of the writing. My husband rarely sees my "sex kitten" side, but since reading the book, I've surprised him in more ways than one. He is ecstatic about my newfound sense of sexual...
    laurenb229 laurenb229 26-30, F 5 Responses Oct 19, 2014

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    I am currently reading.

    ...... THE GAME OF THRONES!!!!!
    purplehoodie purplehoodie 13-15, F 3 Responses Apr 17, 2014

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    lightswitch12 lightswitch12 41-45, F 1 Response 3 days ago

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    The Manalapan Connection 111,

    Internal affairs. By Edward` York. Get the first one on Kindle and have a read. I'm not far into this one but have read the first two and enjoyed the story and the characters, this is the last in the trilogy so I hope it has a happy ending. It's a bit sexy or as the author would...
    dustydaisy dustydaisy 51-55, F 1 Response 21 hrs ago

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    ConcealedWildheart ConcealedWildheart 13-15 1 Response Jun 4, 2014

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    Michelle a biography by Liza Mundy So far I

    am find it quite interesting. She had being praised and criticized at the same time. Yet she can stay so strong. That is what a strong woman is all about.
    mother1983 mother1983 31-35, F Feb 24

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    I'm reading The Divine Comedy.

    I love it, mostly because I've been trying to read more challenging books. It's a good start to a higher level of reading.
    Frostbitten09 Frostbitten09 16-17, M 1 Response Feb 14

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    The Count of Monte Cristo.

    I'm struggling, but I managed to make it to chapter 3 :D
    OneWithTheSkies OneWithTheSkies 18-21, F 5 Responses Apr 6

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    OhShucksGoDucks OhShucksGoDucks 36-40, F 1 Response Feb 15

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    Dark Lover by J.R. Ward.

    Thank you pinkstarburst for the recommendation. I think I have been sucked in!
    lightswitch12 lightswitch12 41-45, F 2 Responses Apr 7

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    smeckledorfed smeckledorfed 18-21, F 1 Response Dec 17, 2014

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    the series is called 'Detective Kids' it has

    the same style as CSI meets Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys for the modern area.
    DML2451 DML2451 22-25, M a week ago

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    Erinn2 Erinn2 16-17, F 1 Response Feb 14

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    The Life of Anna Book 5 Emerged by Marissa

    Honeycutt!!! Dark & amazing!!!! <3
    Shelly0905 Shelly0905 26-30, F 1 Response Apr 8

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    A fun time reading book written by a tragic

    but fascinating man, Thus spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche.
    nuwandaisaphony nuwandaisaphony 16-17, F Mar 26

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    I’m reading a book called Speed Freaks Mortal

    Chaos by Matt Dickinson so far so good! It got many stories in one book so it jump back and forth to the stories which is interesting and its not confusing at all as you know where you are on each story! As sometimes when books jump back and forth it gets confusing and you’re...
    MilweePetite MilweePetite 22-25, F Apr 17

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    currently reading this book called the Emotion

    Code by Dr. Bradley Nelson. its different. I had a free consultation from a guy regarding the code and he helped see the light on some things and remove some "bad juju" starting to learn more about spirituality. I find it to be more true to the real experience of life than any...
    Boomer2133 Boomer2133 22-25, M Feb 25

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    Well, I Declare!

    This was written to help out the guys. What do the Ladies think? And yes guys, you'll enjoy this too!   WORDS WOMEN USE FINE This is the word women use to end an argument when they feel they are right and you need to shut up. Never use "fine" to describe how a...
    Josie06 Josie06 56-60, F 9 Responses Aug 28, 2008

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    "Sacred Time" by Ursula Hegi .

    ..she is an amazing novelist, her "Stones from the River" is so remarkable too.
    tommiatkins tommiatkins 56-60, M Apr 10

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    Freakonomics by Steven De Levitt.

    .....Here are some quotes to explain the way issues are connected up. It is bizarre and true. 1) "But as incentives go, commissions are tricky. First of all, a 6 percent real-estate commission is typically split between the seller’s agent and the buyer’s. Each agent then...
    BeyondIllusions BeyondIllusions 56-60, F 5 Responses Jan 30

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    Lover Eternal by J.R.

    Ward Finally made it to Book 2!
    lightswitch12 lightswitch12 41-45, F 1 Response Apr 17

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    currently reading Windhaven by George R R

    Martin. I keep hearing how great the game of thrones series is but I don't intend to start them until they're complete so I figured I'd check out some of his other work and get a feel for him as a writer. this book is good, but I wouldn't call it amazing by any measure. I still...
    atiekay atiekay 22-25, F Feb 19

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    Invisible75 Invisible75 36-40, M Jun 30, 2014

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    Ten Thousand Saints

    I just started Eleanor Henderson's _Ten Thousand Saints_, a novel about lost, stoned, confused kids in the late-80s NYC hardcore scene. It's filled with lovely and sharply observed characters but, man, it just makes me want to take the protgonists home, feed them a good bowl of...
    bookish1963 bookish1963 46-50, M Jun 20, 2011

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    Currently Reading....

    I am currently reading two very interesting books. The first is Spiritual Writings of Kierkegaard, which is a new translation of previously neglected Kierkegaard writings.. The depth of Kierkegaard crosses many more boundaries than many understand as he was much more than than...
    stefletcher stefletcher 46-50, F 3 Responses Nov 27, 2011

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    Wbyogimaso Wbyogimaso 26-30, M 1 Response 17 hrs ago

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    It's my 3rd time reading Eleanor & Park!

    I. Can't. Stop! I love it sooo much!! It speaks to me and OMGOSHH I can soo relate!
    PandaaMee PandaaMee 22-25, F 3 Responses Jan 14

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    The Language Of Flowers By Vanessa Diffenbaugh

    It's her first book and I think it's really brill :) Not finished it yet but will probably finish it by tonight .
    Orangetas Orangetas 51-55, F 5 Responses Oct 26, 2013

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    theamittyaffloction theamittyaffloction 13-15, F 2 Responses Sep 25, 2014

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    JOHN SIMPSON A mad world,

    my masters - Tales from a traveller's life. It was 1986. The French Government didn't really want anybody seeing the deposed Emperor Bokassa, holed up in a small château outside Paris. 'Didn't he eat someone? Schoolchildren? The Leader of the Opposition?' asked Simpson of the...
    supersnipe supersnipe 56-60, M 1 Response Feb 15

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    I'm on chapter 19 I think.

    . Jeez it's so good and upsetting lol. I have so many mixed feelings! XD
    XxLittleBrotherxX XxLittleBrotherxX 18-21, M 2 Responses Feb 20

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    sashakimi4 sashakimi4 16-17, F 2 Responses Sep 26, 2014

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    Clinically Oriented Anatomy

    If you've an insomnia, I'll gurantee that you'll sleep just by reading this book. LOL
    Cashiiib Cashiiib 18-21, M 1 Response Apr 14, 2013

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    Tom Sawyer Abroad & Tom Sawyer Detective,

    by Mark Twain. Classic early American yarns. hadn't read any Twain since I was a boy, maybe 55 years ago. These read like the kids' books they were intended to be and I have to say as an old grump now I didn't get much out of them. Perhaps a wry smile or two.
    KenWX KenWX 61-65, M Mar 17

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    Extrodinary Knowing by Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer.

    A part I loved was where a four year old after being read a traditional folk tale about a king's court of wise men debating if stars actually existed, explaining that it wasn't a story about stars but about people's eyes and how many eyes people have. They have night time eyes...
    Rusham Rusham 66-70, M Apr 30, 2014

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    I just started reading 'Wake' by Amanda Hocking.

    I'm actually re-reading it because it's really good and I bought book 2 and 3 of the series. I read the first book last year so I'm reading it as a reminder of what happened in the novel so I can continue with the series! 'Wake' is about sirens :) Here is the synopsis: Fall...
    Liv4Life Liv4Life 18-21, F Jul 7, 2014

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    Watch me by James Carroll (book 2 in the

    Jefferson Winter series)
    Jenezebel Jenezebel 26-30, F Mar 21

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    I'm reading a biography of the immortal Louis

    Armstrong called: Pops, by Terry Teachout. I'm only up to his early career, but I'm already finding him to be a complex and elusive figure. You get a really good look at all the challenges Louis had to overcome and what an enormous talent he had. So far the book seems to be...
    holloway64 holloway64 46-50, M Jun 30, 2014

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    Quiet: The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can't Stop Talking

    This book is written by Susan Cain, she discusses the unknown powers of introverts in our world and how they are always treated like they are subclass of people by their society in this extroverted ideal world, she shows through many psychological and neurological experiments...
    alphali alphali 18-21, M 1 Response Sep 1, 2012

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    Selah94 Selah94 18-21, F Mar 15

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    The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson.

    It's actually for an assignment for school, but it's still pretty good. There's also supposedly a movie in the works, and Leonardo DiCaprio is going to play the murderer.
    kingbrizo kingbrizo 18-21 1 Response Apr 8

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    Divergent And I just finished reading "The Book

    Thief" in English class. My favorite book ever. I cried for the first time reading a book. I strongly suggest this for any age.
    sassysarah98 sassysarah98 16-17, F Feb 8, 2014

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    JFK And The Unspeakable: Why He Died And Why It Matters

    First published in 2008, JFK and the Unspeakable by James W. Douglass is the most detailed and wide-ranging account of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy that I have ever come across. Drawing on a variety of sources, including witness interviews and documents, many of...
    CosmoLang CosmoLang 36-40, M 4 Responses Feb 2, 2013

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    Omg...read Consolation by Corrine Michaels!

    ! damn cliffhanger!! ughhh
    Shelly0905 Shelly0905 26-30, F Apr 9

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    "PAWNS IN THE GAME"..

    I've got it today, will be back as soon as I finish reading it.. and I recommend it to every good soul on this planet..
    youaremygift youaremygift 31-35, F Mar 3

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