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  #11 Old 10-02-2006 Default Re: What Are You Currently Reading?

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haha, about d mizuage thingy, the explanation of sex given by Mameha to Sayuri expecially stuck in my mind
The eel and the cave...
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  #12 Old 10-02-2006 Default

The Chinese Dilemma.\

It was introduced by a guy called Suanie.
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  #13 Old 11-02-2006 Default

Weekend in Paris by Robyn Sisman, i just love her books
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  #14 Old 13-02-2006 Default

John Grisham had written so many books. can anyone tell me which is the best? Plot wise...
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  #15 Old 13-02-2006 Default

So far i like "The Runaway Jury"
I haven't read the latest one though
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  #16 Old 15-02-2006 Default

Introduction to NLP

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Definition Book of Body Language by Pease
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  #17 Old 17-02-2006 Default

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Does it really contain obscene scenes? I thought geisha is far from a prostitute (if the movie is accurate)
If you want to know whether the facts in the book is correct or not,you should try reading Geisha, A Life by Mineko Iwasaki who is the
true geisha interviewed by Artur Golden to write the book.

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John Grisham had written so many books. can anyone tell me which is the best? Plot wise..
My favourite:The last juror
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  #18 Old 18-02-2006 Default

Moving to Freakonomics now..
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  #19 Old 18-02-2006 Default

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Moving to Freakonomics now..
just have to say this... there's faulty stats in Freakonomics... and Dr. Levitt knows it prior to publishing the book...

i know at least one... but, it's still a good read...
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  #20 Old 19-02-2006 Default

Hmm... currently i am reading Angels and Demons by Dan Brown.
I think everyone here knows about this book rite? It's hell of a good book. Anyone here dislike it?
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