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  • fitnellieforlifefitnellieforlife Posts: 40Member Member Posts: 40Member Member
    ANne rice interview with the vampire
  • ryanthegreat314ryanthegreat314 Posts: 1,394Member Member Posts: 1,394Member Member
    I very rarely read a book, but out of the ones I have read "The Secret" was phenomenal. Really gets you in a positive minded state
  • LearningToFly13LearningToFly13 Posts: 329Member Member Posts: 329Member Member
    This, lord help me. I heard it was sub-par (at best), but I've dedicated myself to reading nearly every single book or short story this man has written.

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    Ooh I've not read this one. I love Stephen King. Gonna order this now !
  • kristenbronaugh8400kristenbronaugh8400 Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
  • TmountainmomTmountainmom Posts: 16Member Member Posts: 16Member Member
    Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? by Roz Chast. A graphic memoir. First time reading this type of book. It's good!
  • mohamedmutalmohamedmutal Posts: 7Member, Premium Member Posts: 7Member, Premium Member
    I don't read books :(
    I read articles in the net a lot
    Currently studying for my internal audit exams
  • LearningToFly13LearningToFly13 Posts: 329Member Member Posts: 329Member Member
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    I read this year's ago. It's brilliant. Khaled Hosseini's other book, 'A Thousand Splendid Suns' is even better
  • isbfc2011isbfc2011 Posts: 7Member Member Posts: 7Member Member
    The Life Changing Magic of Tidying.

    A cliche but since hitting my forties I've stopped reading fiction and inhabit the personal development section of bookstores.
  • mabearof6mabearof6 Posts: 684Member Member Posts: 684Member Member
    Just finished Blindsighted by Karin Slaughter. Really liked it. Starting The Good Girl by Mary Kubica.
  • CaptainFantastic00CaptainFantastic00 Posts: 4,623Member Member Posts: 4,623Member Member
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    I have some of his to read on my kindle
  • CaptainFantastic00CaptainFantastic00 Posts: 4,623Member Member Posts: 4,623Member Member
    TURTLES ALL THE WAY DOWN

    John Green
  • unfilterednateunfilterednate Posts: 905Member Member Posts: 905Member Member
    First, thanks to all that have contributed so far, it's really nice to see the variety of books being read out there.

    Here's the latest book I manhandled..

    No really though, I couldn't help but be a bit awed by this book. It contains most of the definitive works, full documents and letters of intent from those that have governed the North American continent since the Mayflower. I ended up reading George Washington's farewell address.. it's a warning. Three of them actually.

    Hopefully I'll get a chance to borrow it again soon

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    Is this about me saying you look like Spencer Pratt ;)

    No, this is about one of the many things I promised myself I'd learn about.
  • MerkavarMerkavar Posts: 3,051Member, Premium Member Posts: 3,051Member, Premium Member
    Does it count as reading if the book has remained unfinished for like over a year?

    I just keep putting off finishing it. I should get back to it :tongue:

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  • runnergirl0721runnergirl0721 Posts: 2,289Member Member Posts: 2,289Member Member
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    i want to read this so badly!!!
  • unfilterednateunfilterednate Posts: 905Member Member Posts: 905Member Member
    I picked this book up again this morning.. if you know of Emile or have read it and are an educator... I'd really like to know your thoughts on this book. I know that's specific but I've always wanted the perceptive of an educator in this text because from what I've read this book helped shape education in Europe, redefining the child/mother bond to the point that certain groups of Europeans (economically better off for the most part) drastically changed their views and practices with their children.. which greater effected the rest of society.
  • mabearof6mabearof6 Posts: 684Member Member Posts: 684Member Member
    Just started You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott
  • DananaNanasDananaNanas Posts: 674Member Member Posts: 674Member Member
    Merkavar wrote: »
    Does it count as reading if the book has remained unfinished for like over a year?

    I just keep putting off finishing it. I should get back to it :tongue:


    I've been reading the Godfather for like 3. I still count it lol
  • TheRoadDogTheRoadDog Posts: 11,863Member Member Posts: 11,863Member Member
  • amyoliverhoylesamyoliverhoyles Posts: 125Member Member Posts: 125Member Member
    I picked up some books at the goodwill that I read when I was younger. Gonna read them again. They are dragon lance chronicles. I really like reading anything though. If someone says it's good, I normally check it out.
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