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Would you reommend it?

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catiebeatty
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I’m reading “Stuff”. It’s about hoarding. I’m addicted to the show “Hoarders” and am very interested in psychology, so this is a perfect fit!

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I’m reading Nicole Richie’s book just for fun. Next I’ll probably read something of Oscar Wilde’s

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I just read one of the older versions of Alice in Wonderland :) not too bad, a bit hard to follow, but I would recommend it!

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I’m currently reading James Franco’s Palo Alto. Surprisingly really good, although he is amazing at everything so I guess it’s not that surprising. A little bit disturbing but the stories are really good and interesting.

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Abigail17
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The last thing I read was “Tomato Girl” which is about a girl whose mother is crazy, and her father ends up in jail. I needed a pallet cleanser, so now I’m reading Mandala, by Pearl S. Buck

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glitterpeacock
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Paradise Lost- John Milton. I’m a literature student, so it’s required. Palto Alto is sat neglected on my bookshelf while I’m dealing with all the reading for my course :/

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r0zz
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memoirs of a geisha. i want more books to read :/

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Does My Head Look Big in This? by Randa Abdel-Fattah, Project Fashion-Armani Angles by Jasmine Oliver, and Pride and Prejudice!

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when things fall apart

^ currently reading. not a bad read.

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Furits basket

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jenuang
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Paradise Lost _

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ukiuki88
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pride and prejudice and zombies, i like reading books that gives a new twist to the classics

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Writer vs Editor. just bought it.

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Johnathan Franzen’s “Freedom.” It’s not an easy read (that’s a bold statement coming from me because William Faulkner is one of my favorite authors), but totally worth the effort. My only recommendation is to download it on your iPad, or Kindle because the book itself is only available is not available in paperback yet, and it is HEAVY. Lol

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“City of Quartz” if you are super interested in how Los Angeles came to be, its what you need!

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the interpretation of murder – jed rubenfeld. love the time its set in, great psychology-related read.

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LilSunShine
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I just read the trilogy of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Well I must say that I am not a big fan of science fiction, but these books kept me reading till 3 am, it was that addictive :D
So I say that it’s definitely worth reading.

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The last book I finished was The Stranger by Albert Camus. I would recommend it. I am currently reading Songs of Blood and Sword by Fatima Bhutto. I’m not very far into it but I love it!

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I just finished reading Toujours Provence by Peter Mayle and it was really inspiring. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting a great beach companion.

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Lunch in Paris by Elizabeth Bard is so adorable! She moves to Paris because she falls in love with a man and the food. At the end of each chapter there are recipes for food mentioned in that chapter. Also, Water for Elephants was fantastic…read it really quickly!

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KaylaMeow
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im just reading a magazine, Instyle, great one!

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aleez816
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The Confession of a Queen: Marie Antionette

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AmyDai
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Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult, really really emotional read.

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The Picture of Dorian Gray

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snow
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Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk.

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