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lol - yeh, very accurate term, "thrilling"

 

Yours sounds WAY too deep for me.... lol

 

Yeah, I guess it's not for everyone......I'm trying to find some peace in this cluttered head of mine.......LOL

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Just about finished "A Spot of Bother" by Mark Haddon, I loved his first book "A Curios Incident of the Dog in the Night-time"

 

Its very different from a curious incident as it takes on the perspectives of four people throughout, it's an ok read.

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Several on the go, but predominantly it appears to be The Hagakure, translated by William Scott Wilson.

 

This being a condensed version of the almost three hundred-year-old collection of texts that summarise Bushido, the chivalry-esque concept of the samurai warrior class of old Japan, primarily through the commentaries of the reclusive samurai Yamamoto Tsunetomo. A thought-provoking read.

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queen of the damned- Anne Rice

 

i got the whole set of the vampire series for Christmas and im trying to finish it now that i'm on vacation

 

I see her books everywhere but have never read one!

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i read the first one "interview with the vampire" because i had seen the movie, so i expected the book to be better and it was!

i saw the movie again after reading the book and it was just blah compared to it

When i got to reading the second and the third book.... i had to force myself through the first pages before it got to the good part..

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A couple on the go, as usual, but FINALLY got a new copy of "Shake hands with the Devil" by Romeo Dallaire and that one has my primary attention right now.

 

When I was a teen, I loved Anne Rice books for my juicy trash-sex-romance fix. Some of those scenes are hooot. (or at least I thought so as a teen!).

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