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I heard good reviews of that one,Lena*

 
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Originally posted by fortezza@Nov 26th, 2003 - 10:47 am
"Veronika decide de mourir" by Paulo Coelho
Oh, i want to read that one! are you reading in original language it was written? i can read it either in english or russian. did you read anything else by Coelho?

 
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i liked 'the Alchemist' but thats all from Cohello, i tried two other books but they were very boring to read, i think 'the Alchemist' is by far his best book ever Serena

 
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started reading the Similarian by J.R.R Tolkien ...im hooked

 
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just finished disco bloodbath by james st james, brought back some memories of messy parties although we were never THAT messed up!
i find books written about a scene after it has died out fascinating because they are often hilariously catty
now reading j t leroy's book the heart is decietful above all things, i do think he is brilliant, the way he can describe things.

 
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I'm reading some superb novels from Milan Kundera (can't translate titles correctly ) and A. Sen for my studies

 
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I'm reading some superb novels from Milan Kundera (can't translate titles correctly ) and A. Sen for my studies
Kundera is such a geat literature master, welcome to tFS roudoudou

 
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yes, thank you... well he's a giant of modern literrature!

 
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Originally posted by Lena@Nov 28th, 2003 - 4:48 am
i liked 'the Alchemist' but thats all from Cohello, i tried two other books but they were very boring to read, i think 'the Alchemist' is by far his best book ever Serena
Thanks, Lena! "Alchemist" is the book that was initially suggested to me. So i'll begin from that, i guess.

 
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Six Wives: The Queens of Henry VIII by David Starkey. I'm only Catharine of Aragon, but it's great so far. Well written, it's as narrative as any fiction I've read.

 
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re-reading an old favorite glamourama by bret easton ellis...hungry for the movie which i hear is in production now....

kundera is a god among men.

and since retro's in this season, i highly recommend james baldwin's another country as it's my favorite novel by far.

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Originally posted by fortezza@Nov 26th, 2003 - 5:47 pm
"Veronika decide de mourir" by Paulo Coelho
Oh, I loved that book! Even more than The Alchymist.

 
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Originally posted by Angelica@Dec 3rd, 2003 - 2:27 am
Six Wives: The Queens of Henry VIII by David Starkey. I'm only Catharine of Aragon, but it's great so far. Well written, it's as narrative as any fiction I've read.
if you like that subject, you should read <span style='font-family:Geneva'>The Other Boelyn (sp?) Girl.</span> It was a great book.

 
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