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    The Innocent Man - John Grisham. It's a really infuriating true story about the American Justice System.

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    Ive just finished the Dice Man by Luke Rhinehart...again. Its a great book - if only life could be lived based on the roll of the dice! You do get some dodgy results though

    Here's a link to the preview in Google - let me know what you think

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    The Dice man is a great book, read it a few years ago

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    I'm halfway through reading The Wolf Of Wall Street. Excellent so far.

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    I started on Albert Camus "The Stranger" last night. Can't say I'm hooked yet, but I've only read 45 pages so far.

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    The Gods of Eden, by William Bramley.

    Incredible book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcLager View Post
    I started on Albert Camus "The Stranger" last night. Can't say I'm hooked yet, but I've only read 45 pages so far.
    Tried reading that in French a few years ago. Gave up.

    Just finished Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel. About to start the sequel, Bring up the Bodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nat View Post
    Tried reading that in French a few years ago. Gave up.
    Good you tried at least! I've been relearning German for the past year, and now start to feel comfortable enough to read lighter stuff. I'm reading the Berlin comics in German as well at the moment. But it's a tricky read, as some of it's written in dialect.

    Reading stuff in the language it was originally written adds another dimension. Though the Berlin comics were originally written in English, but I figured I'd read the German translation anyway, what with it being set in Berlin and all.

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    Just started Bill Bryson - A Short History of Nearly Everything.

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    1984

    It's been on my list for a while, so far I'm really enjoying it, I like the way Orwell writes.

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