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  #51 Old 14-01-2007 Default

How To Argue and Win.
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  #52 Old 23-01-2007 Default

1. Life, The Universe, and Everything- Douglas Adams
2. The God of Small Things (reading it again!)- Arundhati Roy
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  #53 Old 27-06-2007 Default

Just finished Deception Point by Dan Brown. Aint it typical Dan-full of twists and consipiracies.
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  #54 Old 28-06-2007 Default

Blink, by Malcolm Gladwell.
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  #55 Old 28-06-2007 Default

The books I read (almost finish reading) this month :



The wealth odyssey by Larry R Frank

Real world self defense : a guide to staying alive in dangerous time by Jerry Van Cook

Mastering Business in Asia : Successful Strategy - John Wiley and sons

Embrionic breathing by Dr Yang Jwing Ming
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  #56 Old 02-07-2007 Default

Yay, I started reading again about 2 weeks ago!
Adventure of the Christmas Pudding by Agatha Christie
A Quiver Full of Arrows by Jeffrey Archer
A Twist in the Tale by Jeffrey Archer (I've read a little more than half, but stopped it for the time being to read some other books that my brother has to return to his school library soon)
Deception Point by Dan Brown (I agree, ngai, full of twists...but the story's a little too slow for me...so it's less enjoyable than it should have been)
And a little Detective Conan

Coming up: Sherlock Holmes, then I'll be back to A Twist in the Tale
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  #57 Old 13-12-2007 Default

Abel and Kane, by Jeffery Archer
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  #58 Old 20-12-2007 Default

Lilith, George MacDonald
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  #59 Old 21-12-2007 Default

Getting Things Done, David Allen
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  #60 Old 21-12-2007 Default

taking my own sweet time to fully understand the text
King Lear -Shakespeare

halfway through
And Then He Kissed Me -Patti Berg
Labyrinth -Kate Mosse
The Undercover Economist -Tim Hartford
The Jewish Secrets To Success (chinese version) -Li Hao

rereads
Sun Tzu Art of War (chinese version)
The 36 Tactics (chinese version)
The World Is Flat -Thomas L. Friedman
Lao Fu Zi comics


so no, i dont read one book at a time. n yes, i do read some of my books at least twice. (:
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