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RE: Muhammad (SAW): QURAN

gods prophets were ppl like moses the desciples. the quran is not got any ties with god. cause god dont agree with terrorism. thou shall not kill. the bible is the word of god. mohammed its just a name muslims made up to justify their so called killing of ppl that dont agree with them. this is one book just like the quran itself that should be burnt

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RE: Stefan Zweig: Ungeduld des Herzens

Es ist zwar lange her, dass ich das Buch gelesen habe. Aber es hat mich - wie eigentlich Alles von Stefan Zweig - nachhaltig beeindruckt. Eine geschliffene Sprache und psychologisches Feingespür zeichnen den Roman aus.

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mzafar

RE: Muhammad (SAW): QURAN

Secret_Targaryen not more then bible

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Solomon Northup: Twelve Years A Slave

Al... I believe the point of sharing opinions about books is that someone out there might enjoy reading it too

I may have read more than one...but I don't feel the need to justify myself to you.

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Zhang8

RE: John Green: The Fault In Our Stars

I haven't read the book yet but I have seen the movie though and I really enjoyed the movie a lot though. thumbs up

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FjBabe

RE: J R Ward: Dark Lover

I've read the entire series.!!!! Loved it!

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WillieB212

RE: Anne Rice: Vampire Chronicles

Of course they are not real. The author's descriptions of old New Orleans is fantastic. Let yourself go into the fantasy and escapethe real world for a while.

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Secret_Targaryen

RE: Muhammad (SAW): QURAN

Took me 4 days to read, very violent book.

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RE: Muhammad (SAW): QURAN

Totally agreed and true

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RE: Solomon Northup: Twelve Years A Slave

And? Sounds to me like your trying to get us to buy the book? Or are you just trying to impress us with the fact that you read one?sleep 8

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Still_notaDoctor

RE: Angela Duckworth: Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance

Good choice.
There's a lot to take away from this book.

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stephenbadger

RE: Stiegg Larsson: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

l saw the swedish & american films ...l remember all the swedish film, but not a thing from the yankee film ...l wonder what kind of Blackberry smartphone lisbeth used in hospital ??

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hunei

RE: Stephen Curtis: The Truth About: The Real Story About Fairy Tales

Did not know these Fairy tales were tampered with. it is indeed a sort of crime to do such a horrifying thing
,At least leave this legacy intact. in it's charming enchanting essence.
thank you for this information!

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RE: John Wyndham: The Day of the Triffids

They didn't need Agent Orange when there is plenty salt water about, as for a strimmer, would you want to get that close.

Preferred Day of the Krackan myself, if I could remember how to spell it that is. confused

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hunei

RE: Franz Kafka: The Trial

the trial was my introduction to Kafka when i was 17 years then i got his entire collection. among European writers like Camus Sartre Kafka's stands so lone and for-lone, committed suicide must be the sheer total alienation from the rest of humanity. the actual living feeling that none knows what you want say or even care enough to know and understand.
how daunting is that.
always been a fan die hard one of Kafka as even in these times one has to really emphasize every feeling for it to be able to help other people understand what one means.. it can be so weird scary too.
then the "Why" starts why are we being punished who is this elusive force that torments the soul till the body goes to pieces. the short story "The Coal Miner impacted me so much that when i went to work i caught one person and made this person hear the entire story well obviously the person never surfaced again ever but i was so happy COULD communicate.

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RE: Jeffrey Archer: Kane and Abel

I read this book a good few years back.very well written and crafted. a masterpiece .

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mischief999

RE: Rhonda Byrne: The Secret

its a good starter book explaining the universal law of attraction!! there are certain laws the govern our universe an this is one of them!! very easy to understand if ur new to the concept of the law of attraction!! there are many other well published authors of law of attraction explained also!! ideal for manifesting your true lifes desires this book led me to greater beliefs on LOA scientific evidence and proof definitely worth investigating furtherapplause applause

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noa2noa
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Cachuchi

RE: Octavio Paz: La llama doble

...never expected to find this book here although I think should be read as a prerequisite to activate our profiles lol!. A worth reading. wave

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Oceana2U

RE: Paulo Coelho: The Alchemist

Magnificent....

Paulo Coelho, one of my favourite writers. His way of writing is “food for soul”. Very touching way his way! Straight to the Heart.

heart beating wine

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Oceana2U
roseofsharon1

RE: Og Mandino: The Greatest Salesman in the World

Have read the book many times and will again. A must read.applause

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RE: Sir Bertrand Russell: Porqué No Soy Cristiano

Stangely enough I coldn`t find here another great mindshaking read "Caesars Messiah" from Joe Atwill confused wink
I highly recommend to anybody who is interested to know of what did God die dunno

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Annanda

RE: Franz Kafka: The Metamorphosis

Being no longer useful means also no longer loved, and then, death is a gift. A must-read book, but so sad.

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Java4Joe

RE: Paulo Coelho: The Alchemist

This is good for ages 10 to 110. It not only allows you to see the unexpected possibilities life can bring, but also many life lessons in personal growth, showing that we can accept other belief systems and continue to grow. It also shows that there are two different techniques Alchemists use; introspection and communion with nature. (I prefer the nature aspect!) It can truly help awaken your path in life.

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RE: John Grisham: The Broker

Not reading this title yet, but am sure it is exciting to read, as usual John has his smart touch to solve the crime,

I have read Pelican Brief and The Client thumbs up

Nice share, Iam a fans of Grisham too handshake

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RE: John Grisham: The Firm

True, nice book and good movie as well wave

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HexagoneF

RE: Dominique Bacarisse: My published books

Great book that i recommend warmly and greetings to its author.

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Thiago1974_nice

Sir Bertrand Russell: Porqué No Soy Cristiano

In this work Lord Bertrand Russell, one of the most lucid and influential thinkers of the twentieth century, brings together fourteen essays written between 1899 and 1954. In them he exposes and develops the motives of his agnosticism, rebuffs the traditional arguments of Christianity, identifies fear as one of the main foundations of religion questions the contributions of religion to the happiness of the human being and criticizes very harshly the approaches of Christianity in s*xual matters. Why I am not a Christian is one of the most moving and convincing defenses of the non-believer that have been written since the days of Hume and Voltaire.

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Thiago1974_nice

Thiago Nunez Da Concepçao: Ovum Aurea

The present essay is structured as a comparison between the two types of messianism: religious and political. To this end the author has used theology to establish the present criterion: how politicians come to be considered as gods.

Why, he will ask, is it necessary to explain idolatry from theology and not, for example, from philosophy? As well. Idolatry is, no more or less, a distortion of religion. And since religion seeks to reconnect man with "God," idolatry seeks the opposite, that a common man and any one may seek to have others relied on him as a god.

The reading of the book should be approached as a comparison between two opposing visions, which lead to worship. One alleges or claims to lead man to the worship of the Invisible God. Another, politics, manifests self-referential worship.

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Viktor888

RE: god: the holly bible

Read Sheldrake "The Science Delusion"

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