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Rainne

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Just finished Lustrum by Robert Harris. It was okay but I liked the first one better =(

Reading Rainmaker again by John Grisham. The style and words used in this book is really colorful :)
 

Snoopy22

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ARCO (our name means your success) :zzz: CLERICAL EXAMS 3RD EDITION
 
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Reading Rainmaker again by John Grisham. The style and words used in this book is really colorful :)

Every time I read a Grisham book, I feel that I should go to law school.

Right now, though, I'm reading a paper on the methodologies used to assess environmental impacts.

The material is interesting but reading the paper is making me extremely drowsy. Maybe it's the library atmosphere. Arrgh!
 

Qlip

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Quicksilver, by Neil Stephenson. It's Neil unrestrained: humor, mini-lectures, interesting ideas and no plot (so far).
 

Will2911

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Having just finished Heartstone by C J Sansom, which was the fifth installment in the brilliant Matthew Shardlake Series. I am now reading Ian Banks- The Crow Road
 
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Just finished Ender's game by Orson Scott Card. Interesting stuff.

Ender is fascinating, isn't he?

I've started "One thousand Orcs" by R.A Salvatore based on a friend's recommendation. He said I would like Drizzt and I dislike telling him he was right.
 

Rainne

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Every time I read a Grisham book, I feel that I should go to law school.

Right now, though, I'm reading a paper on the methodologies used to assess environmental impacts.

The material is interesting but reading the paper is making me extremely drowsy. Maybe it's the library atmosphere. Arrgh!

Who doesn't want to be a courtroom brawler?

Also finished Degree of Guilt by Robert North Patterson. Can anyone recommend a good legal thriller?
 

Snoopy22

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Claud E. Fuller and Richard D. Steuart - Firearms of the Confederacy
 

StrawMan

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Can anyone recommend a good legal thriller?

I liked "Presumed innocent" by Scott Turow, and another book by him, can't remember the name. There's also a movie version of Presumed innocent.

Michael Connelly has some pretty decent ones.
 

copperfish17

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Don Quixote by Miguel De Cervantes. I lost count of how many times I've read this thing. It never gets old.
 

Saslou

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The power of now by Eckhart Tolle
Awareness by Anthony de Mello (Down to earth and comical read, highly recommended)
Synchro-destiny by Deepak Chopra

Yeah, there's a theme going on here :D
 
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