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Malagant

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I am currently re-reading this colossus of fiction
by master storyteller, the late James Clavell xlove
 

DaFlo

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Protect my soul

 

Ausesken

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I'm reading again this book after 11 years because I had forgotten many things about the evolution of hominids and it was time to refresh my knowledge. It makes me think that, if a climate change made a group of hominids have bigger brains to adapt to new environments, will the climate change we are experiencing be the origin of new significant changes in our species in the very long term?
 

B3stbeats

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Boy21

I lent it the last week, when it was registered in my school's library.
This book is beeing awesome for me, I can't stop read it. I recommend you read it, you won't regret.

(Spam time!!!)

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Sammy

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Just started this one. It's the story of a roadtrip of a gay couple whose long relationship is in a crisis.
 

Ausesken

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I finished reading The Fiery Cross, the 5th book of the Outlander saga.



Can't wait to start reading the next one, and not fear any spoiler from the TV show :love:
 

BarefootBoogaloo

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Vibin' in a whirlwind of music
recently one of my friends introduced this online genre called copypaste or creepypasta , im currently trying to find out what this is !!!
It's basically like Internet urban legends. The most famous creepypasta is Slenderman.
 

Ausesken

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I've just finished reading the 6th book of the Outlander series xyes Another masterpiece by Diana Gabaldon. I loved the end, it almost made me cry, but I'm not gonna lie: I expected the story to continue in a different way. Can't wait to read the 7th :love:
 
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