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nicochapman


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Posted Wed Mar 21st, 2012 6:59pm Post subject: Must read books

There are thousands and thousands of different books in our world. However, what would be the most fundamental must read literature books to read in our short lifetime?
I admit it's a very vague question. Sorry. But there just isn't a straight forward answer - if there is actually one possible.

Cheers.


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ArleneA


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Posted Wed Mar 21st, 2012 9:14pm Post subject: Must read books

I guess the ones to read would be the ones that interest you:)

There is no point reading a book on something that does not interest you in the slightest, is there? You are right though, there are thousands and thousands of different books out there.

I myself find I am drawn to factual events; JFK's assassination is one event that truly interests me. Crime scene investigations are also interesting to me and forensic science etc. I love all that.

"This is me - don't try and change it..."

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desibec


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Posted Wed Apr 25th, 2012 4:52pm Post subject: Must read books

William Faulkner. Probably "The Sound and the Fury" or "As I Lay Dying". Rereading Faulkner periodically is great just to listen to the voices of his characters. I will always hear something new each time I read his work.

Rebecca

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