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    Resurrection - Leo Tolstoy

    Fight Club & Survivor - Chuck Palahniuk

    The Fountain-head - Ayn Rand

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    I, Partridge. Not exactly high brow but that's kind of the point.

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    Reading the Davinci Code for the third time
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    Marketing Strategist for a cool company that specializes in women's shoes, golf shoes, fitness shoes and men's shoes. Ask me a marketing question, I'm happy to help!

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    The Imperfectionists by Tom Rachman is on my nightstand currently. I've only just started though.

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    ~ The Lord of the Rings ~

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    Just finished The Hunger Games series. For a series aimed at teenagers, it's very well written and quite powerful.

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    The Bible.

    *spoiler alert* The bit when Jesus comes from back from the dead always gets to me. Such a magical scene.

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    Our Tragic Universe by Scarlett Thomas.

    I'd previously read The End of Mr Y, which was brilliant and so unlike anything I'd ever read before, however this book, though not hugely unenjoyable, seems to have no plot whatsoever.
    "Only great minds can afford simple style." (Stendhal)

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    I finished A Clockwork Orange the other day. The moral dilemmas at the heart of the book are riveting. And the talk of "the heighth (sic) of fashion" is hilarious.
    I'm now starting Catch 22. It's bonkers.
    I've also been told by a wise man that I must read Catcher in the Rye before it's too late.

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    Catch 22 had me laughing out loud at almost every page. it's a work of stone cold genius. The follow up, Closing Time, is worth reading too (although not quite as great).

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