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Old 30-10-2004, 01:43 PM   #1
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what was the last book that you, yes you cutie, read. For me it was the zombie survival guide. Going to start the melancholy death of oyster boy and other stories, and a villians guide to better living, on tuesday.

I know you are all literate people and have many different tastes in books so there will be lot's of different answers. You might persuade some people to read it.
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Old 30-10-2004, 02:02 PM   #2
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last book i read was 'I am jackie chan", currently reading the mystery book 'murder being once done'
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Old 30-10-2004, 02:06 PM   #3
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did you ever read that zombie survival guide. I recall you saying you were interested.
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not read it yet no, i probably will at somepoint it did sound interesting
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Old 30-10-2004, 02:08 PM   #5
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Last book I read was 1610: A sundial in a grave by Mary Gentle.
Currently reading The Algebraist by Iain M. Banks - IMO the greatest SF author ever.

Kei kun those are some odd books! The zombie survival guide? Im sure the publishers will have fun trying to capitalize on that!
'Next in the series, for those who didn't read the first book, we present Living as a zombie - the self help guide to managing your cravings....'
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Old 30-10-2004, 02:11 PM   #6
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Last book I read was 1610: A sundial in a grave by Mary Gentle.
Currently reading The Algebraist by Iain M. Banks - IMO the greatest SF author ever.

Kei kun those are some odd books! The zombie survival guide? Im sure the publishers will have fun trying to capitalize on that!
'Next in the series, for those who didn't read the first book, we present Living as a zombie - the self help guide to managing your cravings....'
How ridiculous hatsumi, a zombie cannot read. Also getting eats, shites and leaves by A.parody.

You should read the zombie survival guide, if not for the good information then on how it can save you a any other type of ailment. I already have my water bittles and cork bork to float.
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Oh yes, how stupid of me.
Of course zombies cannot read, my bad, obviously I am a numpty.
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Old 30-10-2004, 02:22 PM   #8
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you would be all zombie knowing if you read the book. is that 1610: a sundail in the grave any good. sounds like either a war thing or a murder. Also, does anyone know who writes howl's moving castle. I don't know if that's whats it's called but the anime is so..
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last book i read was 'I am jackie chan", currently reading the mystery book 'murder being once done'
lol! is that to be followed by the adventures of the tesco bag by any chance?
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Old 30-10-2004, 02:28 PM   #10
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yea, what was the mystery free book.............

Is anyone going to read anthony liedis's biography.
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murder being once done was one of the three tesco books

i doubt i'll read anthony kiedis's biography as i'm not a fan of his music. after 'MBOD' i'll probably reread harry potter or something equally intellectual
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Last book I read was Origin of Species by Darwin. I am now in the process of reading the first Wheel of Time book. It is rubbish, incidently.
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I dont read that many books now, I used to get sent books to review for the national EO magazine but I stopped doing it since most books suck. Then when I was in america I went into a bookshop (cant rember the name now) and I saw the first Boba fett book, I'd allways wondered what happened to him after episode two, so I bought it, I turned out to be surprising good (espially since it was a kids book) so next time I visited I bought the 2nd,3rd and 4th volumes, i've finished reading them so I guess Star Wars : Boba fett #4: Hunted was my last book. I'm now saving up for #5 and #6 which I'm going to at the same time as One Piece #2.

In the meantime I'm reading Star Wars: Tattoine Ghost
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In the midst of reading the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Series by Laurell K Hamilton. Just started book 5 yesterday. I love Laurell's writing style so thoroughly enjoying every minute of it. Helps that I like small, bitchy women.
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erm. Sheesh. It was probably "Ring" back in the summer.
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