What are you reading?

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  1. Britalian

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    Hearing Secret Harmonies, vol. 12, Dance To The Music Of Time
     


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    Just read Dorian Gray again and will take up the Count of Monte Cristo after Fatherly duties are concluded...
     


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    I'll leaf through this over the next few days. [​IMG]
     


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    I don't read. I watch television.
     


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    Halfway through Norwegian Wood. I feel kind of "eh" about it. I like his writing style but I am not sure how I feel about the story. I will finish tonight or tomorrow.
    Does anyone else have thoughts/opinions on Murakami?


    I like Murakami. His stories are nothing to rave about, but his writing makes up for it. Among Murakami''s works, I have read Norwegian Wood, Sputnik Sweetheart, and Kafka on the Shore. I liked Kafka the most.
     


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    I like Murakami. His stories are nothing to rave about, but his writing makes up for it. Among Murakami''s works, I have read Norwegian Wood, Sputnik Sweetheart, and Kafka on the Shore. I liked Kafka the most.

    I have heard/read that Kafka is his best. I like his writing enough to try it out.
     


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    Dracula. Am enjoying it alot more than I thought i would.
     


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    Why are Ford Madox Ford's books so hard to find?
     


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    El Dorado & Other Pursuits by Evan S. Connell. Saw it at my used bookstore and picked it up. It is about explorers and exploration. Pretty good so far.
     


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