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It's actually quite rare nowadays for me to read a German book. I've bought more English books in the last years than ever before. The only German books I read are by German authors who I like (namely Wolfgang Hohlbein, Michael Ende, Ralf Isau (sorry only German) and Rebecca Gable).

So now I have this book The City of Dreaming Books by Walter Moers. It has been catching dust on my bookshelf for two years now and I never read further than page 3 and I hated it and thought is a wast of money. But then my mother come along and tells me she's reading this awesome book right now and that I need to read that, because it's exactely my genre. Then the presents me with The City of Dreaming Books and I'm like "yeah, yeah I know, but I don't like it".

Ah well, never say never. Started reading yesterday and I'm already on page 114. :D

It's sooooooo cool. *apologizes for the little kids freak out*

*glances at other end of desk*
Yeah I should go back to editing those 500 pages of research/scientific papers for Kerstins next publication on The Influence of Federation politics on State politics.

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