Salman Rushdie - Satanic verses
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Baudolino by Umberto Eco - Eco's style is incredibly dense and scholarly, but its full of energy, wit, and can be quite touching. It's a truly fantastic book that I very much recommend.
I'm also reading The Borgias by G.J. Mejer - so far, it's a pretty good read. It's a bit difficult to keep all the facts straight, but historical biographies are often this case. It's fascinating history, though.
Afterwards I'm planning on reading Insatiable, Porn by Asa Akira and Orlando by Virginia Woolf
ps: between you and me, i strongly believe that so called prophet was just a man suffering from schizophrenia.
el3ati2 - couldn't agree more !
on topic - started Cain by Saramago. This is the 2nd book i`m on from him so i kinda got used to his unique-punctuation-style.
Not good at making reviews on books, but this one -> God, genesis, Abel, Cain ,( dunno what else has, i`ll know for sure when i`ll finish it)...it's like a satire.
Those that have read Saramago know what i`m saying ;)
bob marley: the untold story
Lord of the Flies by William Golding. Fun read so far, very descriptive. That, or it's been so long since I've read fiction that my brain is lost and I can't tell the difference between good prose and a hole in the ground. (Oh, man, I'm loopy.)
@MichaelJenkins a couple weeks (which is a long time for me) I'm usually reading more than one thing at once and Atlas got started when I was reading 3-4 other books as well and got pit down for awhile. Around 200 pages or so to go I think.