1. What was the last book you've read?

    The last book of mine was Arch of Triumph. What was yours?

  2. A very theorical architecture book for work :(

    Besides that, i think last one was a re-reading of The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho.


  3. Grace of Nation I suppose. I had to read this book as additional for my hobbie - I used to write novels on my free time but it wasn't good enough so I asked some help to do my assignment online and I was pleased with it. I got really nice paperwork and also improved some skills of mine. This book expands your mind's borders and it doesn't matter what are you reading for: improving skills, interest or homework - you will be overjoyed
    Edited: July 6, 2019


  4. 5 feet away.

    Too much "hospital" for my taste, but ehh.

  5. Killer Dolphin by Ngaio Marsh. Everyone knows Agatha Christie but imo Marsh is the better writer.

  6. Last i read was "Medici. A man in power". Currently reading "The Name of the Rose" by Umberto Eco.

  7. Currently in the last 50 pages of Elantris and it is beyond wonderful. The Sanderson Avalanche never fails.

  8. Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde. Listened to the audiobook and read it slowly before bed every night. I have 2 unfinished books (When Genius Failed & Let my people go surfing) but I may pick read "A Briefer history of time" next.

  9. Rich Dad Poor Dad

    I read the one about money management, Rich Dad is a case study to manage your investments, I read it online on ebook blog Buzznor and also purchased a copy of it from Amazon USA.

  10. I'm interested in Medieval Literature and rereading Dante, The Divine Comedy and Marco Polo, Travels. I read then in college and even wrote an essay about Medieval Literature. I'm bad writer but good reader. So I asked for help specialists from one writing service to help me with that task. Luckily I found reviews on https://paidpaper.net/. I think everyone should read these books.
    Edited: July 12, 2019


  11. Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei (The Tatami Galaxy in English) by Morimi Tomihiko. There's an anime based on it, but I've never seen it. It was why I decided to read the book, though. It's pretty funny, and I'm enjoying it quite a bit so far, though it's full of random idioms and plays on idioms that I don't understand and then have to look up, which is really slowing down my usual reading pace.

  12. The Witcher audiobook in polish.

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