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  • The Post Office Girl Stefan Zweig

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    • Bands of Mourning

      no

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      • Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage by Haruki Murakami - yes, certainly.

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        • Mortal Engines

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          • The Witch of Portobello by Paulo Coelho

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            • fi arojola

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              • Prisoners in Devil's Borg

                Not bad...

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                • Coaching psychology manual - it's academic, if you're interested then why not?

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                  • Tiger's Destiny - Coleen Houck
                    I cried my eyes out, that series is reaaaally good
                    Super recommend it

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                    • History's Greatest battles : Masterstrokes of War - Nigel Cawthrone. Yes.

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                      • the song of achilles my Madeline miller... a simple read, but entertaining!

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                        • The Vampire Tapestry by Suzy McKee Charnas - I recommend it if you are interested in a logical approach to the vampire affliction, but also the complexity of being human. A wonderful read!

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                          • Neil Gaiman, American Gods
                            I would recommend anything this man has ever touched, but especially this

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                            • Hobbit. And yes.. it's fun and I think it's giving advices

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                              • Wouldn't it make sense to provide at least a short comment on "why do I think this book is gold/trash"?

                                Originally posted by johnnyblaz View Post
                                Dracula by Bram Stoker
                                Your Link:
                                http://www.planetebook.com/ebooks/Dracula.pdf
                                Yes absolutely - this book provides a valuable insight into the inner workings of our best people, as well as into the way our society in general works, and - what is important - how to protect yourself from our best people.

                                I always recommend it along with "Leviathan" by Thomas Hobbes and "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley which cover the same subject. I have read all of them multiple times and not afraid of going out even at night as a result. Although I wouldn't want to meet Lenin.
                                Last edited by Zwak; 04-09-2018, 12:38 PM.

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