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      okay here are two non binid books I am reading, well one I am going to read and one I am reading right now

      one I am going to read, its sitting all nice and shiny

      No god but god: origins, evolution and future of islam

      I am reading teh triology of time tapestry right now

      I read emperor,
      now I am reading conqueror which is part 2
      and then navigator, part 3
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      I started reading no God but God also -- wonderful book. VERY powerful so be a little careful. The first couple of chapters really try to shake your belief system.

      I just finished Talkative Man by RK Narayan. Charming to say the least.. anyone who knows RK saab knows he loves to leave an unfinished taste in your mouth. This book is no different, nevertheless a nice short quick read. Soemthing to do on a quiet weekend.
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      Quote Originally Posted by anagnorisis View Post
      The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Mohsin Hamid. The next one is probably going to be Moth Smoke by the same writer.
      I've read both -- I love hamid.. he's a really good writer.
      Although I have to admit I like better The Reluctant Fundamentalist
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      just finished reading Shopaholic and baby. really cute book

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      ^^ author kaun hai?
      Sounds like a silly book ...
      tell me more
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      you've never heard of the Shopaholci series?

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      ^ umm nahee I dont think so -- enlighten me!!!!!
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      Quote Originally Posted by mirage View Post
      ^ I searched for the same but it was short so how's that? Moth Smoke is good.
      Judging by what I’ve read so far, it’s an interesting tale by an observant writer. The story is in the form of a monologue and revolves around an ambitious and impressionable young man who finds himself torn between his apparently conflicting associations. His love for an extraordinary woman forms an important thread which runs through much of the novel, providing an insight into his mental struggles concerning his identity and affiliations.

      I hope I didn’t give away too much.

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      Quote Originally Posted by ~MuNiYa~ View Post
      I started reading no God but God also -- wonderful book. VERY powerful so be a little careful. The first couple of chapters really try to shake your belief system.

      I just finished Talkative Man by RK Narayan. Charming to say the least.. anyone who knows RK saab knows he loves to leave an unfinished taste in your mouth. This book is no different, nevertheless a nice short quick read. Soemthing to do on a quiet weekend.
      come on kiddo. a book can not even come close to how much my faith had been shaken at one time.
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      Quote Originally Posted by X2 View Post
      come on kiddo. a book can not even come close to how much my faith had been shaken at one time.
      We think differently then --
      My mind was thinking "Allah mian carry me through this"

      This book like completely breaks down where the kaaba orginated from and you're forced to think what if it is just a building? But Author makes a very good point, its not the myths that are true or false , but its the truth in culture that these myths provide.

      But you should read it soon, I will too and then I'll probably pick your brain.
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      Quote Originally Posted by anagnorisis View Post
      Judging by what I’ve read so far, it’s an interesting tale by an observant writer. The story is in the form of a monologue and revolves around an ambitious and impressionable young man who finds himself torn between his apparently conflicting associations. His love for an extraordinary woman forms an important thread which runs through much of the novel, providing an insight into his mental struggles concerning his identity and affiliations.

      I hope I didn’t give away too much.
      thanks. Sounds somehow the same theme as was in Mothsmoke.. no? Muniya can enlighten better
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      Yeh it was a little like MothSmoke -- but rather like the sequal.
      The general theme of both books was the same -- out of place good guy turning black or grey and his journey. But in MothSmoke, its an older crowd and deals more with Pakistan's internal problems where as TRF is more about problems facing the foriegn based Pakistani -- who not a mullah but isn't completely a Cancun going drunk teenager.

      The writing style is similar as well - both are from a narative perspective.
      I would recommend reading both..
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      yea...sequal is the word
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      im reading the da vinci code

      good book :biggthumb

      im impressed

      im really into mysteries adn thrillers

      so this book is awesome just amazing

      for me atleast

      im gonna fifnish it in few days

      but so far its really interesting

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      Da Vinci Code.. And you said you would finish the book in days? Its just too good to be put down before you just finish it
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      im the one who can know the contents of the book only looking at the cover!

      so i can assure u this book is a darling!!!

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      Unaccustomed Earth- Jhumpa Lahiri- Fiction
      it's the heart afraid of dying, that never learns to dance; It's the dream afraid of waking, that never takes the chance; It's the one who won't be taken, who cannot seem to give; And the soul afraid of dying, that never learns to live.

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