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The last book I read which was a while ago was The Exorcist. It was decent, I thought it was much better than the film.

The "His Dark Materials" (aka Golden Compass) series is one of my favorites. I've read them all about five times and I still understand more each time.

One of my favorites too, I read them a few times as well as a kid.


Right now i am finish the Return of the King. I was supposed to check out the rest of Tolkiens books i have not read (The Silmarillion, Children of Hurin, Unfinished Tales) but i also want to start on Eaters of the Dead.

EDIT: I don't even know which order to read the Tolkien books in lol.


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Read the Tom Sawyer novel by Mark Twain, A Doll's House (play) by Henrik Ibsen and I've just bought Stoner and Butcher's Crossing by John Williams. Also read a bundle of short stories, called Apocalyps, by Arnon Grunberg (Dutch).

I'd recommend them all.


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Malazan book of the Fallen series is a good one. A 10 book series with a massive amount of stories and characters. Takes a little to get into.

Hector !!

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I've read both The Wolf of Wall Street and Chasing the Wolf by Jordan Belfort

It's a good read

Also watch the film if you haven't yet. Leo and Jonah really nail their parts

Alexei Zadornov

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Recently, I have read "The 4400: Welcome to Promise City" which is a piece of shit. :p

Now, I'm reading "Foundation" from Isaac Asimov! This is a very good book. (y)


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Read Simon Reynold's book "Energy Flash: A Journey Through Rave Music and Dance Culture" once again. Still love that book, especially the sections on hardcore (UK breakbeat), darkcore, jungle, drum & bass and it's sub-genre techstep.

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