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Casted_Runes
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Fire of Insight
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Please post a picture of the cover.

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Been reading this. I’ve been out in the woods for the last week.

Strangeways_Rob
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Tryweryn: A Nation Awakes

Strangeways_Rob
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Mark E Smith: Renegade

Carpe_Noctem
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Firefall

Peter Watts

Couldn't find a picture and could less be fucked looking for the book to take a picture

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Elegy for April        by Benjamin Black.

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Strangeways_Rob
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As with most Virago, not much happens & bit self-indulgent. The author is a much neglected Welsh scribbler.

Casted_Runes
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Strangeways_Rob said:As with most Virago, not much happens & bit self-indulgent. The author is a much neglected Welsh scribbler.

I should try some more Virago. I lost a bit of respect for their modern classics range when they included Valley of the Dolls, but most are probably interesting. I love the cover of that Edwards book.

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Is it good so far? I was thinking of reading it.

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You Are the Universe: Discovering Your Cosmic Self and Why It Matters

by Deepak Chopra M.D. and Menas C. Kafatos Ph.D


Indie
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I just finished This Is How To Lose A Time War, about enemies to lovers. They never actually meet properly until the end, and the story is written through letters they write to each other, initially as a game as opponents in the time war, they're on opposing sides of.

Casted_Runes
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Indie said:I just finished This Is How To Lose A Time War, about enemies to lovers. They never actually meet properly until the end, and the story is written through letters they write to each other, initially as a game as opponents in the time war, they're on opposing sides of.


That looks great.

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In English:
Just finished True Crime Story (very good) and now reading The Dragonfly Pool, borrowed from the library of the school I work at.

In Italian:
Lo Strano Caso del Cane Ucciso a Mezzanotte (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time)
Intermediate short stories

In French:
An A-level revision textbook.  Lucky me!

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Casted_Runes said:

That looks great.


It's beautifully written as well. The writing draws you in. I highly recommend it.

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