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    I am currently reading twilight saga.

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    Rereading Embassytown by China Meiville it's a really thoughtful science fiction and despite usually not liking the genre, I love it.

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    reading Margaret Michell's Gone with the Wind..
    I'm really liking it!

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    Oui Chef! By Marcus Samuelsson
    Painter of Silence: A Novel By Georgina Harding
    Heart of Darkness By Joseph Conrad

    I get bored easily when reading, same with tvseries.. Rarely read the same book for two days in a row.

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    A Place of Greater Safety bu Hilary Mantel. I've read acouple of other books by her, and you can see why she's won the Man Booker Prize twice. Not the easiest author to read, but well worth the effort.

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    I was reading Morrissey's autobiography, but had to put it down for a while. Well written, while in need of editing as Morrissey tends to get a bit wordy at times, but what gets to me is his constant whining. Nothing's ever quire right or good enough. No one has ever been as wronged as Morrissey, according to Morrissey.

    Anyway, read through Hellblazer collection #7 and now I'm moving on to Per Anders Fogelström's City of My Dreams, about the working class in Stockholm during the late 1800s and onward to the 1960s. I piece of classic Swedish social fiction, dripping with historic accuracy. Highly recommended.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stockholm-Ci...ogelstr%C3%B6m

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcLager View Post
    Anyway, read through Hellblazer collection #7 and now I'm moving on to Per Anders Fogelström's City of My Dreams, about the working class in Stockholm during the late 1800s and onward to the 1960s. I piece of classic Swedish social fiction, dripping with historic accuracy. Highly recommended.
    This book actually looks really interesting, I am going to purchase it next time I order from Amazon.

    A little earlier today I started reading "A Thousand Days". Great book, I enjoy it so much more now that I do not have to write an assessment on it.

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    Reading 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' on Kindle.

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    Currently reading 'Carter Beats The Devil' - Good so far.

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