Discussion in 'Slavic Countries General Discussion' started by Darth_Fizyk, Nov 24, 2003.
The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot
A.H. Guth, The Inflationary Universe
Umberto Eco - Foucault's Pendulum
I've just finished "The Castle" and I'm beginning with "Perfect flaw" by Jacek Dukaj now.
I've started Dark Lord again. This time in polish. Oh, I've also finished Pratchett's 'The Light Fantastic'
I just finished Jedi Apprentice:Special Edition 1eceptions and started Jedi Apprentice:The Ties That Bind.
Edda - Snorri Sturluson
phpsolutions 1/2007 and Microsoft SQL Sever - Analysis Services
This just sounded like: Shire. Bagginss.
I'm finally reading Tempest, by Troy Denning.
I'm reading the Serenity novelisation
Er... "International political relationships" and "Cognitive psychology".
I want that.
It's pretty much line for line the same as the film, but with character perpectives (most notably River's and Jayne's), and a hell of a lot of references to the Firefly series
Nature's building blocks - John Emsley
Dnevnoi Dozor by Sergei Lukyanenko
Whoa, I loved the "Nightwatch" movie. I wanted to read the books, but I know only one person who has them... and he has them in Russian
I have Nightwatch and Daywatch English Translations.
Nochnoi Dozor ISBN 0-434-01412-5
Dnevnoi Dozor ISBN 0-434-01443-5
They're the translation ISBNs. The books are awesome. Though the Day Watch film is based on Books Two and Three of the first novel, and Day Watch is mainly focused on Alisa and Edgar of the Day Watch, with Anton only appearing majorly in the final book of the novel.
Now I have to wait for Twilight Watch and Final Watch
Yeah, that movie was great. I want to read those books too... from what I know, at least two books has been released in Poland.
I am currently reading a script for Modern Political Systems. I bet I know more about British system than Glen does
Probably. I know that we elect one constituent per area, and the party with most constituencies win the election I also know that laws have to pass through 3 motions in Parliament, pass through Lords (if it fails, Parliament can get it through with the Parliament Act), and then the Queen must sign it, but she never turns down laws.
That's about all I know
I've just finished Philip K. Dick's "Ubik".
I don't understand why is this book referred to as "science-fiction".
"Kushiel's Dart" by Jacqueline Carey.
It's an awesome book, if oddly written and 1000 pages long. That is, if you can stand reading about a masochistic courtesan
Messiah of Dune by F.herbert (at least I think that's how it is named in the original)
I've heard something about that book Even seen it. but it didn't seem long for 1000 pages rather about 500