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    The Bridge on the Drina by Ivo Andrić

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    I haven't actively read any sort of book for... it could be years. But that ended today when I began reading the Bible of GabeN.

    One of the verses touched me so much I wrote it down on my left sleeve:
    "For GabeN so loved the world that he gave his one and only Steam, so that whoever believes in him shall not witness 30 FPS but have eternal frames and Half-Life 3.” —Gordon 3:16

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    Looking forward to starting Meditations on Violence once this ridiculous week is over.

    If I had more time and free credits, I would add a criminology minor.

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    The Bell Jar, although it's pretty damn melancholy. I might switch to something more energetic for a while.
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    I've began reading the Fault in our stars, because I want to find out why people are crying about this story. Seems too much like a book for teenagers
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    I've been meaning to finish American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis for a while now.

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    I'm finishing up Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich right now. Fantastic read. I was actually assigned to read this for a class of mine I'm taking this semester, but I love autobiographies and this one is something I can't believe I haven't read before now.

    Also, I recently finished A Child Called It and The Lost Boy, by David Pelzer. I have the third book in the autobiographical trilogy, A Man Named Dave, though I haven't read it yet because of various school readings. Very good, but very sad, books about his life.


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    Tea leaves.

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    Brain on Fire by Susannah Cahalan. I love her writing style. (It's a memoir)
    Why you looking for a harmony?
    There is harmony in everything
    It's a butterfly who waits for wind
    To fly away

    If you're looking for a dream girl
    I'll never be your dream girl
    Living in the real world
    Looking for a dream girl


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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    Brain on Fire by Susannah Cahalan. I love her writing style. (It's a memoir)
    Ooh! That was such a great book!
    I don't mean to pry, but why would you even make the eyes?


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