What are you reading now?

linlin

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Most things you bought from online are still books. Now I put this topic to let all of you tell others what you are reading now. Simply, you can just tell the name of the book or the review. Focus on the book you are reading or just finish.
I come first.
"China's Cultural Relics" Start reading today. I read it on my way to work or back home on bus. Expecting to finish this week.
If I have time, I will spend time reading.
"Dear John" finished yesterday.
"Health Care at Home a Family Massage Manual" finished this morning.
"Insights into Chinese Culture" will be purchased.
"China's Cultural Relics" will be finished as soon as possible.
This was bought from book-wholesale. I like Chinese culture. So these books I always prefer to buy them. About 40 percent discount can be accepted. If you guys found the book that with 40 percent discount, please tell me. (Refer to the recent books, 05 years ago, many were bought.).These two books I recommend to all of you. The very detailed introduced. With rich pictures. Featuring the distinctive heights of Chinese culture. I like chapter 3 about Bronze Ware and chapter 8 about Gold and Silver Artifacts.
I had read "The Help" a few weeks earlier. These stories of the black maids working for white women in the state of Mississippi of the 60s have an insiders' view of child-rearing, Junior League benefits, town gossip, and race relations. Miss Skeeter she became my favorite character.
Be stimulated by lower prices for "The Help" on book-wholesale. I decide to look electronic edition of the books that I want to buy. Lucky to find half of them. It saves $10
I will update from time to time later, tell us what you are reading now , thank you.
 

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Reading Solar!

I'm reading Solar! Or, I was. It's by Ian McEwan. Pretty good book. Would share link but I cannot.

Google "solar ian mcewan freshgrads". :)
 

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**** my dad says. it is hilarious! Everybody should read it.
 

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haha. yea. sorry, forgot about the forum's content filtering. sh!t my dad says is totally hilarious, i was laughing out loud at home and my brother was giving me strange looks :D
 

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i'm just finishing kubler ross, on death and dying, satre, being and nothingness
moving to douglas palmer, seven million years and clarkson, world according to clarkson :s13:
 

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the name of the wind by patrick soemthing. i ish like fantasy novels :)
 

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Currently reading "Inverting the Pyramid", an interesting book about the evolution of football tactics from the 19th century to modern day
 

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Does Manga count?

I am currently reading the Oishinbo Series.

I am now reading Oishinbo: Fish, Sushi & Sashimi, after finishing

1. Oishinbo: Japanese Cuisine
2. Oishinbo: Sake
3. Oishinbo: Ramen & Gyôza......

After that, I will continue to read

4. Oishinbo: Vegetables
5. Oishinbo: The Joy of Rice
6. Oishinbo: Izakaya: Pub Food......
 
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reading Long way down by Nick Hornby than moving on to Norwegian Wood by Muraki

just bought The perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chbosky today
 

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[August] List

[] The Square Root of Two: A Dialogue Concerning a Number and a Sequence by David Flannery
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[] Pragmatic Thinking and Learning: Refactor Your Wetware by Andy Hunt
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[] Sounds Good on Paper – How to Bring Business Writing to Life by Roger Horberry
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The girl who kicked the hornest's nest

should finish it within 2 days.. then it's time for shi*t my dad says!
 

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Just finished The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand.

Just started on Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.

Bought and intending to read What Dreams May Come by Richard Matheson.
 
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