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  #81 Old 13-04-2008 Default

waaa....you all can buy books or borrow. I come from a small town. No updates on whatsoever books and if so too expensive.
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wow...i really salute people who loves to read,because i hate it...hehe.no offence though.
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  #83 Old 13-04-2008 Default

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wow...i really salute people who loves to read,because i hate it...hehe.no offence though.
You're missing out on one of the most amazing activity in life!
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You're missing out on one of the most amazing activity in life!
true2..but then again,somehow whenever i pick up a book,i drop it as soon as i start reading the first line..dont know why.hehe
i guess its just not my thing.if newspaper,i do read,but books are such a no2 for me.
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You're missing out on one of the most amazing activity in life!
agree with ya silly boy...reading's great and i love it...
and i do suggest 2 authors who write fantastic books:
1. Dan Brown (all 4 books)
2. Stephen King ( The Green Mile , The Mist )

aiyah, out of topic...sorry
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  #86 Old 13-04-2008 Default

Scientific American (April 200
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  #88 Old 16-04-2008 Default

The World is Flat by Thomas Friedman.

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If You Could See Me Now
Cecilia Ahern

SUPER GREAT BOOK!!!!!!! she's my favvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv writer!!!! i OWIZ OWIZ OWIZ cry after reading her book. but tis one i specially recommend. it gives u a deepful insight into life's meaning and the people around you.
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If You Could See Me Now
Cecilia Ahern

SUPER GREAT BOOK!!!!!!! she's my favvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv writer!!!! i OWIZ OWIZ OWIZ cry after reading her book. but tis one i specially recommend. it gives u a deepful insight into life's meaning and the people around you.
I have that book for awhile now but I've been putting off reading it in favour of other books. Is it really good?
Maybe I should start reading it. After I finish Ken Follett's Pillars of the Earth. Super thick but enjoyable nonetheless.

I would like to recommend My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Piccoult. Really really touching. I actually cried which is something I rarely do when reading books most people would find cry-able. Lol.
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