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15th March 2005
Gary Soto is good. I've read a few of his poems.
im going through all the clive cussler books(apart from the kurt austin ones)
this is the only thing that can describe those books; (not delicious,amazingly wonderful!)
I was supposed to be reading The Da Vinci Code, but i don't fancy reading, so i just read chapter summaries.
Science (A History 1534-2001), by Gribbin, John
And: Een kennismaking met de middeleeuwse wereld, by Istvan Becjzy,
i'm reading the first book in the star trek DS9 'Rebels' series by Daffyd ab Hugh and also Roy Porter's London, A Social History (exam reading....)
Voice of joy and sunshine
26th May 2003
Caesar's "Military Commentaries"
DarkstuareZI was supposed to be reading The Da Vinci Code, but i don't fancy reading, so i just read chapter summaries.
See if you can find The Rule of Four, when you do fancy it. I haven't read much of The Da Vinci Code, but The Rule of Four is about a similar subject, and several reviews say it's both "smarter" and more well-written.
Andersonville. The story of the infamous Confederate prison camp.
its really annoying sometimes because its written like this no puntionation or capital letters so it takes some getting used to do you feel my pain now
Just finished reading The Bolivion Diary by Che Guvara
Taking a break for a month (due to exams) then I shall start again on a list of things, I'll probably re-read Ten Men Dead by David Beresford
NemmerleCaesar's "Military Commentaries"
Which is? A compilation of De Bello Galico, De Bello Civile, Africa and Alexandria?