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    Currently reading IT by Stephen King and I was just wondering what's everyone's favourite book/books? I'd have to say Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S.Thompson is probably my favourite, it's eye wateringly funny but also has some fantastic prose
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    I got 3 pussies so have to be extra, extra, extra vigilant now
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    I just read The Kite Runner which was amazing. I find it hard to pick favourites though!
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    I'm not a book buff at all and i don't read newspapers. I just don't have the time but if i do read something then its has to be educational.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zilch View Post
    I'm not a book buff at all and i don't read newspapers. I just don't have the time but if i do read something then its has to be educational.


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    the old man and the sea

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    So many books that I have loved reading, but I think the one that sticks in my mind or should I say 'books' would be to do with Maya Angelou and 'I know why the caged bird sings'. It's one of seven books in the series and you just can't stop at the first book. This is a personal journey of the author and one of strength, confidence and true grit. The woman is my hero and despite having not so long past on, will never be forgotten.

    Link to the book here
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