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I am currently reading one of my favourite books Man Search For Meaning by Dr Victor Franks. This book is the has river of emotions in it and it will definitely affect your emotional intelligence. How to survive in life is the main theme of this book. Positivity, spirituality, empathy and emotional intelligence coaching are some key points to get successful in life.



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New here. Currently reading Hilary Mantel's 'The Mirror and the Light".



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I am currently rereading the Great Gatsby. I was teaching this novel to my niece and she asked me if I remembered the color symbolism in the novel. She particularly wanted to know what does the green light symbolize in the great gatsby. I figured I'd better brush up on the themes and symbolism before I discussed the book with her again next weekend. Phew! Kids really do make you work.


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I am reading two books:

1. Agony and Ecstacy/ Iriving Stone

2. All He Ever Wanted/ Anita Shreve



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American Gods by Neil Gaiman. Definitely better than TV-show, haha



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I'm almost done with Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides. I'm really enjoying it!
Next, I plan on reading The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black.



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I read Vonnegut's novel Breakfast of Champions , great novel. I'm writing an essay about it. Plus I found useful tips with three main sections of 5 paragraph essay and the most common types of it by the link. Hope with its help I'll finish my essay at the highest level.



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Fall: or Dodge in Hell Neal Stephenson It's been a great ride!


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I am currently reading: The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
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I am currently reading the Metro book series (Because I played the video game and thought it was interesting)
Before this one, I read a book called Nihilpunk Part I: An Odyssey of Nothingness that is pretty good too. It is a little unknown as of today, but... Well, the amazon link is https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08WZ1X5WZ if you want to give it a shot. :-D



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Ring by Koji Suzuki, which was surprisingly timely. And terrifying.



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Just Finished "Ashley Bell" by Dean Koontz. Typical Koontz, page turner, lots of action and plot twists, and naturally, a Golden Retriever. :lol:
Currently 'reading; (via audio book) "The War Lord" by Bernard Cornwell. The final book in his The Last Kingdom/Saxon Tales series.


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Just Finished "Ashley Bell" by Dean Koontz. Typical Koontz, page turner, lots of action and plot twists, and naturally, a Golden Retriever.


I have read one Koontz book and loved it so much I wrote a song inspired by it. The book was Night Chills. The song, Fear for the Masses by an old NY Metalcore band named Lament.


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I've never read political fiction and I was advised to read "A mirror above the abyss" (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B094NMRWPJ here's the description) So far I like it. Anyone reading it too?



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