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What book have you finished recently? - Part 1

Discussion in 'Reader's Corner' started by Tazmo, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. Fin Trippy-kun

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    INCREDIBLE
     
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    Haruki Murakami's short story collection, Firefly.

    The eponymous short story would later evolve to become Norwegian Wood.
     
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    Honestly, this is probably the sixth time I re-read that novel...
     
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    The Quantum Universe, by Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw.

    Provides a peek into how theoretical physicists calculate wavefunction, which is extremely rare for a popular science book intended for lay readers and which I appreciate.
     

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