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What I am reading

this is the highly subjective way I read and interpret literature

(the emphasis lies on literature, so you'll only find a couply of trashy readings here and there)

Currently reading

Der Große Weg hat kein Tor
Masanobu Fukuoka, Ronald Steinmeyer, Cecile Sprenger
Progress: 56/180 pages
The Undying Fire
H.G. Wells
Progress: 33 %
Fifty Egg Timer Short Stories
Richard Bunning
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Masanobu Fukuoka, Ronald Steinmeyer, Cecile Sprenger
currently reading
H.G. Wells
March 2019
23
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Frederick Exley was a writer of autobiographical novels - memoirs, really, with places and people's names occasionally change...
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text: Reading progress update: I've read 56 out of 180 pages.
It’s spring, gardening season is starting (or has already started), so it’s the best possible timing to read Fukuoka’s book a...
Der Große Weg hat kein Tor - Masanobu Fukuoka, Ronald Steinmeyer, Cecile Sprenger
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March 2019
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What do you call birds that stick together? Vel-crows. What do sea monsters eat? Fish and ships. What do you call a s...
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TITLE: Nessie: Exploring the Supernatural Origins of the Lock Ness MonsterAUTHOR: Nick RedfernDATE PUBLISHED: 2016FORMAT:...
reviewed: Hermann, schieß dem Fenster!
You really have to bear in mind that the date of origin is 1937 and for that, I am pleasantly surprised that it is not more p...
Swastika Night - Katharine Burdekin, Daphne Patai
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"For him that stealeth, or borroweth and returneth not, this book from its owner, let it change into a serpent in his hand an...
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March 2019
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One tectonic plate bumped into another and said, “Sorry, my fault.” Why did the Clydesdale give the pony a glass of wat...
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Eines muss ich gleich vorwegschicken, ich bin schon seit Jahren ein Fan der Sendung Die Anstalt und bereits bei der Bestellun...
March 2019
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Love this quote from Vonnegut's Bluebeard.