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All You Need Is Kill
Hiroshi Sakurazaka
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I hate telling this story. Just the thought of doing so, of exposing my past to even a handful of other people, makes me feel...
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A solid book explaining why some people are much more sensitive than others and how to deal with it if you are one of those p...
The Highly Sensitive Person - Elaine N. Aron
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August 2013
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Slow-moving book, much like the first one. The mystery unravels itself very very slowly, and there's no obvious plot/no real ...
Life Eternal - Yvonne Woon
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August 2013
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Mixed feelings about this one. The premise is great-- Lucifer decides he is tired of ruling the underworld and leaves the key...
The Sandman Library 4: Season Of Mists (The Sandman) - Mike Dringenberg, Matt Wagner, Kelley Jones, Neil Gaiman
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August 2013
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July 2013
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Pitched as "Gone with the Nuclear Wind" + Mansfield Park
Landry Park (Landry Park, #1) - Bethany Hagen
July 2013
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Maybe I'm just really morbid but this book hooked me in right from the title and kept my attention all the way to the end. It...
The Parenticide Club - Ambrose Bierce
reviewed: The Undiscovered Chekhov: Forty-Three New Stories
My first book by Chekhov and I was pleasantly surprised. There's a lot of irony and humour in them, most of which focus on th...
The Undiscovered Chekhov: Forty-Three New Stories - Anton Chekhov, Peter Constantine, Spalding Gray
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Play about a woman who leaves her marriage because "women can't live in modern society as it is a male society, bound by laws...
A Doll's House - Henrik Ibsen
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Gods of different religious warring.
Lord of Light - Roger Zelazny
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