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India alex_gupta 
pls recommend me some good books to read
2018-07-09 06:14
Kama Sutra
2018-07-09 06:15
+1
2018-07-10 15:34
inb4 some edgy 13 year old suggests mein kampf
2018-07-09 06:15
#4 here we go
2018-07-09 11:41
lmao xddd
2018-07-10 15:43
how to scam americans @Microsoft technical support by Abdul :)
2018-07-09 06:16
mein kampf
2018-07-09 06:16
What's your purpose? What are you trying to achieve by reading?
2018-07-09 06:17
#6
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India alex_gupta 
just want to spend my time by reading books I'm on a month long vacation
2018-07-09 06:18
What about visiting a book store and take a couple of cheapiest ones. Would it fit your intention?
2018-07-09 06:20
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India alex_gupta 
no
2018-07-09 06:23
So this means you have some other criteria to choose. In fact, that was my first question.
2018-07-09 06:27
#29
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Nepal TYZ4 
Dan brown padh le.
2018-07-09 08:42
read the witcher saga its epic
2018-07-09 08:31
#33
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India alex_gupta 
I'm interested in books focusing on investigation,crime cases -real or fiction maybe some mythology books too I should've mentioned it before
2018-07-09 10:34
Check James Ellroy L.A. quartet. Top tier crime books.
2018-07-09 11:44
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Poland ac1dddd 
dont lie, india people do not know how to read, you only care about bobs and vegana
2018-07-10 15:34
Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid, Hataraku Maou-sama!, Nichijou...
2018-07-09 06:20
Haruki Murakami - Colorless.
2018-07-09 06:20
Heart of Darkness. As I lay dying
2018-07-09 06:21
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India alex_gupta 
looks interesting thanks
2018-07-09 06:24
No problem
2018-07-09 06:25
The Stranger. Death of a salesman
2018-07-09 06:24
#31
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Nepal TYZ4 
That Arthur Miller classic. <3 Never expected someone with decent taste on HLTV.
2018-07-09 08:43
#37
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Germany pr9ud 
We had to read it in school.
2018-07-09 11:44
Really depicts post war
2018-07-09 15:47
#47
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Nepal TYZ4 
You on goodreads?
2018-07-09 16:22
No. I'm actually kind of addicted to like technology. I really want to like put down phone or computer to read. The books i said are just books i enjoyed reading like year or so ago
2018-07-09 19:26
You can try to read some twain. They so long imo
2018-07-09 06:24
Kite runner
2018-07-09 06:26
#68
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Nepal TYZ4 
nice choice
2018-07-10 15:29
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United States flipfone 
World War Z
2018-07-09 08:11
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United States gtmaniacmda 
flair doesn't check out
2018-07-09 08:13
#20
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United States flipfone 
? Reply needs to have actual content
2018-07-09 08:17
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United States gtmaniacmda 
When executives at Paramount viewed the latest cut of the $175 million Brad Pitt zombie film "World War Z," they were not concerned by the violence or its reengineered ending. They were worried about a minor plot point that involved a sensitive topic: China. In the offending scene, characters debate the geographic origin of an outbreak that caused a zombie apocalypse and point to China... thewrap.com/fearing-chinese-censors-para.. (just a joke, I thought it was kinda funny)
2018-07-09 08:19
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United States flipfone 
OH I didn't know this haha Don't really care for the movie though
2018-07-09 08:21
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United States gtmaniacmda 
Well they adapted it from the book, in the book does it not state that the virus likely originated from China? I am pretty sure that it why they had that 'offending scene' in the first place, because that is how it happened in the book. Could be wrong, but that is what I thought.
2018-07-09 08:23
#24
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United States flipfone 
Yeah I knew that much but I just didn't know it was an issue with the movie
2018-07-09 08:24
#25
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United States gtmaniacmda 
CCP is kinda sensitive, ya know, haha
2018-07-09 08:25
Bible
2018-07-09 08:30
#32
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India alex_gupta 
gay
2018-07-09 10:30
#28
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Germany gigaTV0803 
"Die kleine Raupe Nimmersatt" Its very famous german book, read it maybe 100x
2018-07-09 08:32
Book a flight and travel bro..
2018-07-09 08:42
Yeah because every Indian has money to just book a flight and hop into a plane and fly away.
2018-07-09 11:48
That's what i'm saying..skyscanner that shit!
2018-07-09 13:23
#62
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India alex_gupta 
+1
2018-07-10 05:14
#63
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India alex_gupta 
not interested in travelling
2018-07-10 05:15
#35
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Sweden TDK Em1L 
Sapiens
2018-07-09 11:42
the worst shit I've ever seen, don't even know how that can be a best-seller
2018-07-10 05:14
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Sweden TDK Em1L 
read it instead NotLikeThis
2018-07-10 15:25
Reading books DansGame In all seriousness I envy you for having enough time to read books :(
2018-07-09 11:44
#61
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India alex_gupta 
had a month before i go to uni so I thought I should read some books instead of gaming all day :)
2018-07-10 05:14
#39
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Germany pr9ud 
Song of ice and fire Lord of the rings American Psycho
2018-07-09 11:46
#59
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India alex_gupta 
thanks
2018-07-10 05:14
#40
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Romania Cuntstantin 
last exit to brooklyn memories from the underground The conspiracy against the human race Zoo Station: The Story of Christiane F
2018-07-09 11:47
#58
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India alex_gupta 
thanks
2018-07-10 05:13
#42
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Germany Xantennn 
Bible
2018-07-09 12:27
#57
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India alex_gupta 
gay
2018-07-10 05:13
Umberto Eco - The Name of the Rose, my all time favorite book.
2018-07-09 13:24
#46
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Poland ez271 
what is so good about this book?
2018-07-09 15:56
It is well written, funny plays on words and good descriptions about things and the plot is interesting. Also the time setting, 14th century, fascinates me. There's also a movie about it where Sean Connery, Christian Slater and Ron Perlman play the main roles.
2018-07-09 17:02
#56
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India alex_gupta 
thanks I would check it out
2018-07-10 05:13
Jorge Luis Borges - Ficciones
2018-07-09 16:25
Sex on the beach
2018-07-09 16:25
#55
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India alex_gupta 
*poop on the beach
2018-07-10 05:12
#50
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World PunyDragon 
Dune series, sci fi classics China Mieville, fantasy writer, long and verbose but great imagination Heart of Darkness as someone else suggested, 1984 and farenheit 451 both good
2018-07-09 16:29
#51
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World PunyDragon 
And also Only Forward by Michael Marshall Smith, science fiction detective novel, very very good.
2018-07-09 16:30
#54
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India alex_gupta 
thanks
2018-07-10 05:12
Go for dune or the warlord chronicles by Bernard Cornwell, those should cover a month
2018-07-10 05:15
The only book that i red was Scar Tissue by Anthony Keidis
2018-07-10 05:21
the count of monte-cristo
2018-07-10 15:27
Kamasutra
2018-07-10 15:31
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Brazil PrettyMuchIt 
The Stranger by Albert Camus. I read it in english, but the original is French. One of the best i've ever read btw.
2018-07-10 15:35
I'm currently reading The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls. Absolutely terrific reading, enjoying every chapter of it. Wiki's "The book recounts the unconventional, poverty-stricken upbringing Walls and her siblings had at the hands of their deeply dysfunctional parents."
2018-07-10 15:37
#74
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Brazil Smartzilian 
1984 - George Orwell Magic Mountain - Thomas Mann The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams
2018-07-10 15:40
#75
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India Sim0 
the subtle art of not giving a fuck
2018-07-10 15:41
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Germany Kupferr 
I just read Suna no onna (The Woman in the Dunes) by Abe Kobo - Can only recommend it.
2018-07-10 15:44
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