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What'cha Reading?

Shimpei

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Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World by Haruki Murakami. I loved Kafka on the Shore.
 

Nonsensical

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The Stand by Stephen King

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Over a thousand pages of pure brilliance. But I'm only on page 150 :D
 

Shimpei

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I love Haruki Murakami, I've never read Hard-Boiled. How is it so far?

It's very complicated :). And I'm still confused. :) But I love his style a lot. The first chapter was awesome (I'm in the middle of the book now).
I had read a review on the Kafka book saying that "Murakami's books are irresistible metaphysical narcotics." No matter how confused I am, it's a great read.
 

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F. Scott Fitzgerald - The curious case of Benjamin Button

I find it a boring book though.

I just finished Oscar Wilde's: The Picture of Dorian Gray.
 

Liminality

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The bloody chamber by Angela Carter for college, Puss in boots is made of briliance :D.

In my own time I've started Troy no. 2 by David Gemmel, and am re reading The sight by David Clement-Davis.
 

hokie912

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The Road by Cormac McCarthy

One of my very favorite books.

Recently read: Milan Kundera's Farewell Waltz. Really enjoyed it.

Now reading Founding Brothers by Joseph Ellis, and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly by Jean-Dominique Bauby.
 

Lex Sporis

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I'm running to the library shortly to pick up Frank Herbert's Children of Dune.
The second one started getting a little ridiculous (scifi? ridiculous?!), and I imagine it may continue downhill from here, but for some reason I've got to keep going.

'm also reading a book I borrowed my ISTP friend, The Critique of Pure Reason by Kant.
 
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