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100 AÑOS DE SOLEDAD DE GARCIA MARQUEZ....


The best one :green: But also the others are masterpieces.

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1 Master and Margarita
2 Spartak - R.Giavonioli
3 The Fall of the house of Usher
4 Annales opera minora - Kornelius Tacitus
5 VEY - Gogol


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J.D.Salinger - The Catcher In The Rye
Guy De Maupassant - Un Vie (The History of a Heart)
Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights
Tomas Hardy - Tess of the D'Urbervilles

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F. M. Dostoevsky - Crime And Punishment
Hamvas Béla - All that I've read
Peter Marshall - The Raging Moon
P. W. Atkins - Physical Chemistry 6th ed. :D - but really


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Stanislaw Lem - i like many of his works(non-SF even more then SF), but favorite are "Tales of Pirx the Pilot"(especially "Ananke"), "Fiasco" and "The Invincible".

Roger Zelazny - "Lord Of Light".


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Last books that touched me were Coelho's "The Alkimist" and "Veronica wants to die", about in the mid of March. Just forgot to write it :D

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All by Isabel Allende.

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i m goiing to refresh this topic :) at fisrt i think that souvenirs or sleepy biuldings are great albums to read book with them:)
(And also HTMaP)
yes for exemple Karamazov Brothers by Dostojewski or 100 years of lonliness(i dont know if i get good english title)by G.G. Marquez
thanks to TG music have more power to me


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i dont know if i get good english title

'100 years of solitude' :wink:


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1 - The Silmarillion (J.R.R. Tolkien)
2 - The Lord of the Rings (J.R.R. Tolkien)

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JRR Tolkien - The Silmarillion

JRR Tolkien - Lord of the Rings


Douglas Adams - Hitchhiker´s Guide to the Galaxy
George Orwell - 1984
Thommie Bayer - Das Herz ist eine miese Gegend
Philippe Djian - Betty Blue
Ernest J. Gaines - A Gathering of Old Men

Hopkins&Sugarman - No one here gets out alive
Charles Peterson - Screaming Life


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Ender's Game - Orson Scott Card (there's where my nick came from)

Fahrenheit °451 - Bradbury

Lost Souls? - Poppy Z. Brite

American Psycho - Brett Easton Ellis


Right now reading Pulp, by Bukowski

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

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my biggest book love is
Slughterhouse-Five (Or The Children's Crusade A Duty-Dance With Death)
by Kurt Vonnegut
i also loved "My childhood "by Maksym Gorki
and a lot of russian literature
hmm if you dont scared of brutality you should try "the Painted bird "by Jerzy Kosiński
oh and yeah ive just finished Brockeback Mountain - nice i think its good to know this book if you saw or like to see this movie


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Mysteries of Udolpho
..still reading it, but amazing so far

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Malevil - Robert Merle

for 2nd time...

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fireflower wrote:
J.D.Salinger - The Catcher In The Rye
Guy De Maupassant - Un Vie (The History of a Heart)
Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights
Tomas Hardy - Tess of the D'Urbervilles

well well well :D

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Location: Stockholm, Viking land, watching the stars * * * * * * * * * * *
Currently reading Paulo Coelho's Eleven Minutes.
As always, a very clear story. It's about Maria, a young Brazilian, whose first innocent brushes with love leave her heart-broke. She becomes convinced that she will never find true love, instead believing that 'Love is a terrible thing that will make you suffer...'. While seeking for love, she ends up as a prostitute. But smt happens that force her to make a choice in life.
Paulo is a great author with important messages to us all :flower:

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hermann hesse - demian
hermann hesse - steppenwolf
fyodor dostoevsky - crime and punishment
albert camus - the stranger
waiting for godot - samuel beckett
the trial - franz kafka
and some more... :wink:


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Paulo Coelho - Veronika Decides to Die

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