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Mittwoch, 31. März 2004, 23:43

Bücher / Books

What do your read in the moment?

I just bought "Illuminati" by Dan Brown (in english it is "Angels & Demons")
Die äußerliche Anwendung von Lebensmitteln führt nicht zur Gewichtszunahme.

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Mittwoch, 31. März 2004, 23:50

well i´v just finished reading The White Hotel by DM Thomas, not sure what to think of it... it´s a bit different.. might not be everyones cup of tea.

i love reading, i have so many books i´m drowning in them :)

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Mittwoch, 31. März 2004, 23:53

8)okay... here's a thread i am going to love!!!! i am an avid reader!!! who has read the Davinci Code??? that book was soo cool!!! 8)
Niki
"Together we are what we can't be alone" - Dropkick Murphy's, a punk bank from Boston, Massachusetts, USA
"What doesn't kill us only makes us stronger" - Resilience, a hardcore punk band from Santa Rosa, California, USA
"As our ashes turn to dust, we shine like stars" - Gee, I wonder who said this

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Mittwoch, 31. März 2004, 23:56

I have heard about it today. That´s why I bought a Dan Brown-book, because somebody told me that his books are really great.
Die äußerliche Anwendung von Lebensmitteln führt nicht zur Gewichtszunahme.

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Mittwoch, 31. März 2004, 23:59

Not sure actually, since titels so often gets changed when translated..

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Donnerstag, 1. April 2004, 00:14

I´m reading three books at the same time in the moment, depends on where I am...

Lord of the rings (I guess for the 20th time :) )
a book about the concentration (extermination) camp Sobibor
and finally the biography of the four most famous sons of Johann Sebastian Bach

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Donnerstag, 1. April 2004, 00:19

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Original von Meriadoc
a book about the concentration (extermination) camp Sobibor


This sounds interesting. I am interested in the history of the Second World War. I also like to watch documentaries on TV. Late in the evening, there are often some about WW II.
Die äußerliche Anwendung von Lebensmitteln führt nicht zur Gewichtszunahme.

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Donnerstag, 1. April 2004, 00:26

@pale

do you have the history channel where you live... we over here laugh because we say the intials (THC) stand for The Hitler Channel... all WW2 all the time.... we were watching a big history on the leaders of the SS on saturday and I have seen stuff on all kinds of WW2 battles and spies etc.... almost every guy i know is totally into WW2 stuff...

i personally tend toward James Patterson, Mary Higgins Clark, Andrew M Greeley and Jack Whyte for favorite authors.... however once in a while a good bodice ripper romance is fun too!!!
Niki
"Together we are what we can't be alone" - Dropkick Murphy's, a punk bank from Boston, Massachusetts, USA
"What doesn't kill us only makes us stronger" - Resilience, a hardcore punk band from Santa Rosa, California, USA
"As our ashes turn to dust, we shine like stars" - Gee, I wonder who said this

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Donnerstag, 1. April 2004, 08:01

I love the books of Nicolas Sparks. They are full of great feelings.
My favourite book of Nicolas Sparks is "A walk to remember". A lovestory full of longing, fears and letting go... :cry:

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Donnerstag, 1. April 2004, 11:41

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Original von niki_6784
@pale

do you have the history channel where you live...


No, we don´t have it here. But a news-channel has documentations about all kind of things at night.
Die äußerliche Anwendung von Lebensmitteln führt nicht zur Gewichtszunahme.

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Donnerstag, 1. April 2004, 19:25

i love Mary Higgins Clark :)
right now i'm reading some books about perspective and my construction lectures :P

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Donnerstag, 1. April 2004, 19:45

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Original von Panzermensch
I love the books of Nicolas Sparks. They are full of great feelings.
My favourite book of Nicolas Sparks is "A walk to remember". A lovestory full of longing, fears and letting go... :cry:


I´m sure this would make me cry. Therefor, I read books about murder and crime. :tongue:
Die äußerliche Anwendung von Lebensmitteln führt nicht zur Gewichtszunahme.

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Freitag, 2. April 2004, 07:08

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Original von PaleEmpress

Zitat

Original von Panzermensch
I love the books of Nicolas Sparks. They are full of great feelings.
My favourite book of Nicolas Sparks is "A walk to remember". A lovestory full of longing, fears and letting go... :cry:


I´m sure this would make me cry. Therefor, I read books about murder and crime. :tongue:


You should try one and give Sparks a chance. I'll lend you one.

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Freitag, 2. April 2004, 12:10

Okay, but then I have to buy more of "Moments of Melancholy-Tee". :D
Die äußerliche Anwendung von Lebensmitteln führt nicht zur Gewichtszunahme.

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Freitag, 2. April 2004, 12:14

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Original von PaleEmpress
Okay, but then I have to buy more of "Moments of Melancholy-Tee". :D


Is klar. :D

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Samstag, 3. April 2004, 12:37

Ich glaube,ich könnte kein Lieblingsbuch benennen,im Moment lese ich gerade drei verschiedene.Aber...ich liebe alle meine Bücher......... :D

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Sonntag, 4. April 2004, 21:14

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Originally posted by Panzermensch
I love the books of Nicolas Sparks. They are full of great feelings.
My favourite book of Nicolas Sparks is "A walk to remember". A lovestory full of longing, fears and letting go... :cry:


oh my god... did you see the movie of that book? i watch it on HBO all the time.... it is a wonderful movie!!!
Niki
"Together we are what we can't be alone" - Dropkick Murphy's, a punk bank from Boston, Massachusetts, USA
"What doesn't kill us only makes us stronger" - Resilience, a hardcore punk band from Santa Rosa, California, USA
"As our ashes turn to dust, we shine like stars" - Gee, I wonder who said this

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Montag, 5. April 2004, 07:12

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Original von niki_6784

Zitat

Originally posted by Panzermensch
I love the books of Nicolas Sparks. They are full of great feelings.
My favourite book of Nicolas Sparks is "A walk to remember". A lovestory full of longing, fears and letting go... :cry:


oh my god... did you see the movie of that book? i watch it on HBO all the time.... it is a wonderful movie!!!


I haven't seen it yet and I ask myself if I should do,. Because when you read something it's your mind's turn to get it into frames. Maybe movies destroy your own imagination. :rolleyes:
I experienced that when I read "Message in a bottle" and saw the movie ta TV then.

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Montag, 5. April 2004, 12:06

Mostly, books are better than the movies. Especially "The horse whisperer", the book was really great, but in the movie, the end was totally different. :(
Die äußerliche Anwendung von Lebensmitteln führt nicht zur Gewichtszunahme.

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Montag, 5. April 2004, 12:18

I´m a huge fan of Bruce Chatwin, he´s books are just awsome, dont know the titles in english though.. sadly he pasted away some years back, so i have to resort to the books he managed to finish, awsome, totaly recomendable :)

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