The same one as last week, when this was also "question of the day"...
What's the title of the last book you've read?
This was how they worded it last time...they must be running out of ideas.
they should repost it every week......i got a lot of good ideas for my next read....ty! =)
Book of stamps. I like the pictures. But the bookmarks are too sticky.
The Bible looks like I am not the only one
I am currently reading "Captivating" and "The One Thing Holding You Back" as well as the very first Star Trek novel and a New Testament translation that includes the word for word translation from the Greek.
I just finished "Less Than Zero" by Brett Easton Ellis, chillingly apathetic.
loved that movie.
You freaking already asked this question!!
Principles of A & P....
Rich dad Poor dad
Just finished "Every Witch Way but Dead" #3 in the Dark Hallows series by Kim Harrison, a very hot sexy fantasy novel within an alternative reality where witches, vamps and weres are "out" and thriving in equal numbers to humanity due to a viral apocalypse caused by genetically altered tomatoes...sometimes hilarious, lots of action, Harrison's quickly become one of my favorite authors.
Your review kinda attracted me...Gonna give it a try ..Thanks :)
I read the "book of life" god had written for me. I am on 32nd page.... each page is taking 1 year to read though... :)
Getting Better by Charles Kenny focused on issues connected to extending financial tools to people in developing countries, and the role of technology in raising living standards around the world....:)
"We the Living" by Ayn Rand, hate how the book ended haha. Just picked up "Century Rain" by Alistair Reynolds.
I just finished reading 'The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks' by Rebecca Skloot. <br />
A film (or documentary) on the subject of the book is been made by Oprah and Alan Ball.<br />
This is the kind of book we cannot stop reading until we get to the last page.<br />
Heard of that book, just bought it today. Cant wait to read it! : )
Tuesdays with Morrie, it really made a huge impact.
" A Thousand Splendid Suns" by Khaled Hossein , I am yet to visit the last page.
am currently reading chicken soup..... lovely book
DARK WAYS TO DEATH by Peter Saxon
the bible ..i read it everyday