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message 1: by Michael, Mod Prometheus (new)

Michael (knowledgelost) | 1255 comments Mod
Apart from Wolf Totem, what do you plan to read this month?

For me I have a few books on the go; Get Shorty, Anna Karenina, The Firebird and Manuscripts Don't Burn: Mikhail Bulgakov A Life in Letters and Diaries. After that I'm not sure

message 2: by Ricci (last edited Apr 30, 2015 06:19PM) (new)

Ricci Krassa | 6 comments Ernest Hemingway For Whom the Bell Tolls. I'm not a Hemingway fan, though The Snows of Kilimanjaro was quite good. Old Man and the Sea was a required read in school and I was not interested. I'm curious if it was a matter of poor timing.
Giving Hemingway another chance.

message 3: by Sonali (new)

Sonali V Just finished reading 'Ingenious Pain' by Andrew Miller. It's a first book. I liked the portrayal of the eighteenth century rural lives, among other themes. Read a Ian Rankin Malcolm Fox novel and have just started YiYun Li's The Vagrants. The first few pages promises an interesting enlightening read.

message 4: by Franky (new)

Franky Haven't had much time to read, but currently reading Mystery Man. Hope to get one more in this month, Strangers on a Train, but it will probably come in June.

Rebecca_A_Kelly | 3 comments The Wisdom of Yoga by Stephen Cope.
Obviously non-fiction, but it does follow the story of several individuals on their journey.
Not my usual scope, however I did ask a friend to recommend one of their favorite books and this is what he came back with.

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