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miss fortune

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Dark Places by Gillian Flynn...hadn't read anything of hers before this past week but then read The Grownup and liked it so i decided to try a full length book of hers...couldn't do Gone Girl because i saw the movie...so far, so good...not my normal genre but I'm enjoying it
 

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In The Miso Soup, Ryu Murakami. It's been good so far, an interesting thriller with some analysis and critique of larger culture thrown in (in this case the sex industry in Japan).
 

Nomendei

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I'm currently in the middle of The Anatomy of Violence: The Biological Roots of Crime by Adrian Raine. "Provocative... [Raine] makes a good case that certain genetic, neurological, and physiological factors do predict violent behavior." -The New York Times Book Review
Non fiction is kind of a chore for me sometimes, and I've also been pretty busy, so I'm taking small bites out of this one. It's pretty fascinating, though. It's a lot of information to take in.
 

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Alias Grace. I just finished the mini-series on Netflix and liked it a lot.
 

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Just finished Pattern Recognition by William Gibson, absolutely brilliant book, strangely, partially, about forum life. Now reading its sequel Zero History, as far as I can tell it's about industrial/fashion espionage. It's a little harder to get into.
 

Suaimhneas

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I recently finished Jane Eyre, but I usually have about three books going at once... something for every mood. Currently: The Great Hunt by Robert Jordan, And There Was Light by Jacques Lusseyran, and The Art of Happiness by The Dalai Llama. Excited to start fishing through this thread for more recommendations to add to my never ending list of must reads.
 

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Just finished Pattern Recognition by William Gibson, absolutely brilliant book, strangely, partially, about forum life. Now reading its sequel Zero History, as far as I can tell it's about industrial/fashion espionage. It's a little harder to get into.

Just finished Zero History. Meh. Maybe it's a really great setup for the last book in the series, Spook Country? Maybe?
 

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I am reading Chekov's complete works, which will be ongoing for a very long time, and I recently started 'A Passage to India' by E.M. Forster.
 

PumpkinMayCare

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Ingrid Noll, "The heads of my beloved ones"

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