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  • DaddyPobbin said:


    ^ I'd love to read something like that

    Rail fascinates me


    Definitely advisable. :) If you're ever in search of good titles, I'm happy to recommend some favourites. Between us, my dad and I probably have enough railway-related books to start up a small library. :P

    'An old man stands naked in front of a mirror, eating soup. He is a fool.'
    - Jacques-'Jacques' Liverot
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    • 12. Feb. 2012, 20:05

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    • 12. Feb. 2012, 22:10
    Northern Lights - Philip Pullman

  • Time's Arrows Today: Recent Physical and Philosophical Work on the Direction of Time- Edited by Steven F. Savitt

    The Metaphysics- Aristotle

    apologies if that was boring.
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    • 13. Feb. 2012, 20:05
    FarqyofFib said:
    DaddyPobbin said:


    ^ I'd love to read something like that

    Rail fascinates me


    Definitely advisable. :) If you're ever in search of good titles, I'm happy to recommend some favourites. Between us, my dad and I probably have enough railway-related books to start up a small library. :P
    Bought my dad a lot of Fred Dibnah books on British raiin/industry/Industrial revolution for Christmas.

  • DaddyPobbin said:
    FarqyofFib said:
    DaddyPobbin said:


    ^ I'd love to read something like that

    Rail fascinates me


    Definitely advisable. :) If you're ever in search of good titles, I'm happy to recommend some favourites. Between us, my dad and I probably have enough railway-related books to start up a small library. :P
    Bought my dad a lot of Fred Dibnah books on British raiin/industry/Industrial revolution for Christmas.


    Excellent choice. :) Sadly missed, is old Fred:


    'An old man stands naked in front of a mirror, eating soup. He is a fool.'
    - Jacques-'Jacques' Liverot
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    • 14. Feb. 2012, 23:40
    The Cider House Rules by John Irving

    Great Book!

    "People think that I must be a very strange person. This is not correct. I have the heart of a small boy... It is in a glass jar on my desk."

    Stephen King
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    • 15. Feb. 2012, 5:15
    Jus finished "Atlas Shrugged".

    I'd heard enough about it so it was time to find out for myself.
    Took me a month.

    Most people either love or hate Ayn Rand.
    I thought it was interesting, relevant.

  • Game of Thrones

  • One Hundred Years of Solitude

    Did i break your concentration?
  • Dostoyevsky - The Idiot

    ...Even though I usually read obscure poetry, decided to do a change this time and choose something from the "universal literary canon"...

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    • 15. Feb. 2012, 16:14
    John Fenton's Selected Poems

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    • 15. Feb. 2012, 16:19
    Jack Kerouac - Big Sur


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    • 15. Feb. 2012, 23:47
    Confessions by Leo Tolstoy. That guy is venomous.

  • mason & dixon, ulysses is up next

  • Just finished The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern. Now I'm on to The End of Illness by David Agus, MD.

  • The Clan of the Cave Bear, by Jean M. Auel.

    It took me quite a long time to get into it, but I think it's quite fantastic and definitely worth the time.

  • Brandon Sanderson - Mistborn - The Well of Ascension

    Y.N.W.A.

  • I'm reading Sex, Murder and a Double Latte by Kyra Davis. Very fun mystery!

    Author of The Silent Treatment, a mystery about a young woman's discovery of a lost film. http://www.amazon.com/Melanie-Surani/e/B0077442QK/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_pop_1

  • but in swedish, of course.. <:

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    • 21. Feb. 2012, 17:37
    The obligatory modern art book ( I like looking at pictures :p )


    I'm also about to start reading this classic sci-fi novel...


    ...and this for slightly lighter though no less exciting reading.

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    • 21. Feb. 2012, 18:03
    Just started...

    .this is our bomb.
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    • 21. Feb. 2012, 22:16
    FarqyofFib said:
    DaddyPobbin said:
    FarqyofFib said:
    DaddyPobbin said:


    ^ I'd love to read something like that

    Rail fascinates me


    Definitely advisable. :) If you're ever in search of good titles, I'm happy to recommend some favourites. Between us, my dad and I probably have enough railway-related books to start up a small library. :P
    Bought my dad a lot of Fred Dibnah books on British raiin/industry/Industrial revolution for Christmas.


    Excellent choice. :) Sadly missed, is old Fred:

    Wow...

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