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Currently Reading: Slaughterhouse-five by Kurt Vonnegut (should finish tonight or tomorrow)
Next Up: Watership Down by Richard Adams
Next, I'm reading A Clockwork Orange, because it's the book of the month.
I haven't read Slaughterhouse-five. Once you're finished, remember to tell us what you thought of it.
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Any suggestions as to a good fiction read?
the republican playbook
memoirs of cleopatra
helen of troy
state of denial: bush at war
and no i am not currently reading all of these books listed the only ones i am "currently reading are collaps how societies choose to fail or succeed
and the republican playbook and iraq report
the others are some of the books i have that i eventually plan to read
Very long book but still very good.
Started Barry Trotter and the Dead Horse today as I thought I needed something lite and silly before I started back up with the classics again. Anna Karenina does funny things to you where books written more than a hundred years ago look like suicide. Oh well. I'll probably read Diary of a young girl - Anne Frank next, or Persuasion by Jane Austen.
next book will probably be the perks of being a wallflower. there's so much hype around this book and i havn't gotten the chance to read it yet.
After this, I'll probably read the Divine Comedy again...or the Foundations series. Or maybe Matthew Pearl.
i know i said i was going to read it after slaughterhouse-five but i've read 1984/the perks of being a wallflower/running w/ scissors and now i'm finally getting to this book haha.