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A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis by Sigmund Freud

 

 

The Maltese Falcon, by Dashiell Hammett

 

<3 That's a good one.

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Since the last time I posted in this thread, which was more than a year ago, I've in my personal reading only read a few books short books and one long book.

 

Nancy Drew: The Clue in The Broken Locket by Carolyne Keene

Nancy Drew: The Clue in The Diary by Carolyne Keene

Nancy Drew: Message in The Hollow Oak by Carolyne Keene

20,000 Leagues Under The Sea by Jules Verne

Nancy Drew: The Moonstone Castle Mystery by Carolyne Keene

Nancy Drew: The Mysterious Mannequin by Carolyne Keene

 

When it comes to audio books I've only listened to the following in the last year. I just kept thinking about other things and falling asleep.

 

From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L. Konigsburg

Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen

The Trumpet of The Swan by E.B. White

Freddy and The Dragon by Walter R. Brooks (the final Freddy the Pig book)

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Lair of dreams by libba bray.

First book was excellent, I even liked the somewhat anticlimactic ending.

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The Jungle by Clive Cussler. So far it's pretty good, although I think he stretched things a little far in the beginning when he had the people of 1200 AD China shooting rayguns with lasers... just my opinion, though. LOL :laugh:

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Black Narcissus, by Rumer Godden

One of my favourite books by one of my favourite authors

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Let Me Be A Woman, by Elisabeth Elliot

Coromandel Sea Change, by Rumer Godden

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I recently finished The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

 

Now I'm reading Insurgent

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I just read The High House by James Stoddard, which I thoroughly enjoyed. It's book one of The Evenmere Chronicles. I really do enjoy a good fantasy, something I too often forget when reading theology books.

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I'm listening to the interesting but at times rather dry American Judaism: a History by Johnathan Sarna, balanced out by the fun urban fantasy novel Summer Knight by Jim Butcher and the warm and personable The Rebbe by Joseph Telushkin.

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balanced out by the fun urban fantasy novel Summer Knight by Jim Butcher

 

 

 

Much love.

 

Finished Gaiman yesterday and moved on to the Bakuman manga series.

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Trigger Warning: Is the Fear of Being Offensive Killing Free Speech? by Mike Hume

 

The Atom Station by Halldór Laxness

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Just finished the Hunger Games series. The author really does like to knock Katniss out and then bring her back in hospitals for dramatic effect. Every ten chapters or so. Kind of ridiculous.

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Mao's little red book

 

Whoever translated it into English evidently didn't know English particularly well. 

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Allegiant

 

Might as well finish the Divergent trilogy, I  guess. 

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