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  • heatnikki
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    Mr. Mercedes - Stephen King

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  • marikloop
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    1984, an anti-utopian novel by George Orwell.

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  • steveaonson
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    Right now I'm reading Robert Kiyosaki's book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad

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  • Bry89
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    This thread.

    😏

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  • heatnikki
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    The Elementary Particles by Michel Houellebecq. I have mixed feelings about it, mostly because its ideas and particularly its apparent hate and disagreement towards anything and everything was not really something I could relate to.

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  • Dankoleon
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    Great Expectations. Charles Dickens

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  • jojoz
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    A Song of Ice and Fire. It is one of the best books that I read. I'm working on my essay about this book right now and I found writing service here. Hope with a little help of pro writers I'll write it at the highest level. Last time these guys helped me to get the highest score in the class.
    Last edited by jojoz; 01-28-2022, 05:26 AM.

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  • heatnikki
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    The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde

    It was so wonderful. I can't wait to reread this so I can get more out of it. There were so many amazing quotes and moments in here. I just adored it.

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  • avisonzoey
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    Just started reading Dune so that I could say "the book was better" at the cinema

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    Originally posted by ArnolDDD View Post
    “Witness of War “ Children's Lives Under the Nazis. By Nicholas Stargardt . copyright 2006

    A well researched collection of testimony ,anecdotes ,pictures and even art .(drawings) From children in every aspect of the war years 1939 - 1945 . Toddlers to Teenagers. Hitler Youth to Polish Survivors . From factory workers to Military parents on one end , Warsaw Ghetto survivors to the last 12 year olds fighting at the Reichstag for Hitler.

    People sharing their realities and the changes of mindset and perceptions of EVERYTHING as the ground war came closer everyday. Who and what became feared , although ONCE ENDEARED ! Many are reflections of 60 years since this cataclysm ruled their lives and being. Their childhood perception of realities and reflection on the ACTUAL happenings and environments they witnessed and endured.
    Wow! Sounds like both an enlightening and challenging read.

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  • ArnolDDD
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    “Witness of War “ Children's Lives Under the Nazis. By Nicholas Stargardt . copyright 2006

    A well researched collection of testimony ,anecdotes ,pictures and even art .(drawings) From children in every aspect of the war years 1939 - 1945 . Toddlers to Teenagers. Hitler Youth to Polish Survivors . From factory workers to Military parents on one end , Warsaw Ghetto survivors to the last 12 year olds fighting at the Reichstag for Hitler.

    People sharing their realities and the changes of mindset and perceptions of EVERYTHING as the ground war came closer everyday. Who and what became feared , although ONCE ENDEARED ! Many are reflections of 60 years since this cataclysm ruled their lives and being. Their childhood perception of realities and reflection on the ACTUAL happenings and environments they witnessed and endured.

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  • CharlieSturdivant
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    Books

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  • Martha Olsby
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    I'm reading Jen Cinsero right now
    NOR SY. I really like books that motivate - this book is one of them

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  • denj
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    Sailing Alone Around the World by Joshua Slocum

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  • Xallif
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    I am currently reading books on psychology

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