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What Are You Reading At The Moment?

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reading It by stephen king at the moment because it seems it's one of his best book so yeah. good so far.


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Cut by Patricia McCormick. A friend got me the book in Lithuanian as a gift. Of course the translation is a bit irritating but all in all it's a good book about adolescents' troubles.



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I am finally reading the hobbit.  I was waiting to the movies to finish so I would not ruin the them, by reading the book first.


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I am finally reading the hobbit.  I was waiting to the movies to finish so I would not ruin the them, by reading the book first.

The films are completely different to the book, it wouldn't have spoiled anything. Have you read LOTR?



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I always do it the other way round and read the book first so it's not ruined by the films :lol:

 

 

I got 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami for Christmas. He's my favourite author and I've been meaning to read it for ages and I love it so far, his style of writing is just so good.



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The films are completely different to the book, it wouldn't have spoiled anything. Have you read LOTR?

Yeah I knew that, but expecting the same as the book and it being totally different would ruin the movies for me.  I am reading LOTR after.


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God Always Travels Incognito by Laurent Gounelle. Not a big fan, as it's kind of a self-help book, all wrapped in a fictional character's life. But seeing as it was my brother's gift for my 17th birthday, I feel obligated to read it. Just another book stemming from pop culture of all the corny self-help books.



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Heavier than Heaven. Still not sure what I think of it. Several years ago I was very much against the idea of reading it, but then at a second-hand shop it was for $3 only, so I thought I'd take it. :D



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Inside Scientology by Janet Reitman. Fascinating beyond belief.





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