The Alchemist by Paulo Coahlo or however you spell hs name. The Alchemist is a wonderful book, and it's one of my all time favorites. Everyone I recommended it to LOVED it. So, I recommend it to you. Let me know what you think if you decide to read it; its a very deep book about life and one's personal quest for furfillment; its lovely.

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the David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy (and how to end it)<br />
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need a grain of salt (or perhaps a full shaker), but oughta be required reading for all Americans (and Brits)

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It's a toss up between A Hymn Before Battle by John Ringo and Gil's All Fright Diner by A. Lee Martinez. Both very are very good stories. However, tomorrow I might decide that something completely different rates "best" billing.<br />
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Finished those books... now it's An Echo In the Bone by Diana Gabledon, latest in the Outlander series.

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Towers of Midnight by Jordan/Sanderson

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I started reading james patterson lately and I am absolutley addicted! He is amazing, he writes in every genre. I totally recommend him for love stories, crime mystery, fantasy, whatever you are into.

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Just finished Sarah Dessen's "The Truth About Forever", which was quite good, and Sue Monk Kidd's "The Mermaid Chair", which I thoroughly enjoyed.

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I have finally gotten around to read the Sherlock Holmes books (the complete works). They are an amazing set of stories

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benjamin franklin's auto-biography. one of the greatest thinkers to live, in his own words, telling how to be successful and an upright citizen. enlightening!

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Invisible Monsters is pretty good :). Kind of a wild ride, but it's pretty good :). And The Zombie Survival Guide was fantastic :D!!!

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"Creativity Inc" by Ed Catmull

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