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NR: Now Reading Thread:)

Discussion in 'Morgana Lefay' started by Marlies, Oct 19, 2002.

  1. Dark_Soul

    Dark_Soul New Metal Member

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    Now I am reading a very interesting book....well, i guess it is not interesting if youa re not inot black metal...it´s a book called "Lords Of Chaos: The Bloody Rise Of The Satanic Metal underground"
     
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    Gaunerin vanquish the pain

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    Yep, I actually read that it will be available in German from upcoming monday on (not that this was of any importance ;) )
    I heard there are some "mistakes" in the book but I'm still interested in reading it also.
     
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    Gaunerin vanquish the pain

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    NR: "JGTHM. Juhr gait tu Hewi Mettäl. Heavy Metal: Bands, Fakten, Hintergründe. Eine ernsthafte Satire." by Till Burgwächter.

    It's a satire upon Metal, luckily written by a Metal fan. Just got it yesterday and I already started reading. Entertaining :D
     
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    RETIREDTrapped New Metal Member

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    NR: Ian Irvine - The tale of the three worlds...

    JFR (just finished reading): Ian Irvine - Veiw from the mirror...
     
  5. Tee

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    my fav. children book is her Rasmus .... luffen (fuck it, I don't speak Swedish, :D ). what else would you recommend me to read from her?

    at the moment for me it's George Orwell's "Animal Farm", for the 2nd time. (after 12 years)
     
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    Rasmus på luffen :)
    I haven't read that one but I remember I watched the film a couple of times. When I think about it, I did see a lot of Lindgren stories as films.
    Apart from the Pippi books one of my favourites is "Ronja Rövardotter". I just watched the movie a few weeks back btw ;)
    If you haven't read Ronja I'd recommend to pick it up next.

    ...oh, and of course welcome to the board.
     
  7. Silkie

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    I bought a book about frisian cooking, etc... there is a recipe how to make frisian mead (meth, met)
     
  8. Tee

    Tee Satan's yoyo

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    thanks. :)
    I'll try to find that. in the children literature section of my library. :D

    I got Rasmus for my 9. b-day, and read it some ... 10 times. Pippi is cool (now you reminded me, I read it), but Rasmus rules.

    Rövardotter, this last name has this like the Iceland's "dottir" ending? does it mean anything?
     
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    ... Ronja is a daughter of a robber, thus the name:
    rövar = robber
    dotter = daughter
     
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    ah, great. my Swedish will improve now. LOL

    what would be "dottir" then? if you know. like swed. "sson", just the normal ending, I guess...
     
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    I don't think "dottir" is a Swedish word but my knowledge is very limited. I'm about to start a Swedish language course at the end of january though. :D
    As far as I know "-ir" isn't a typical Swedish ending.
    Anyway....maybe the Swedes on this board can help you there...? (given they dare to have a look in a thread about reading ;) )
     
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    :eek:, LOL, sorry, I didn't check your "location".... (umm, there is this guy from Iceland, I don't remember his nick, I should ask him). thanks for the effort anyway. :D

    (LOL for the last comment. )
     
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    the infamous Lords of Chaos book
     
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    manuelgv Back now...hopefully

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    Norse Mythology by Heinrich Niedner
     
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    Don't you have anything better to do then learn Swedish? Whats the point?
     
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    1. no
    2. wanting to understand at least some Swedish might be a reason, don't you think?
     
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    Naa I doubt it. Swedish is a dying language. =)
     
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    Is it? Hehe... I'm not in a course, bassicly because our "Volkshochschule" does not offer it, just Norwegain and therefore I have to drive miles once a week to do it.
    But on Swedish I try via books and tapes. Not very good to learn the language really...
     
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    No, I was jokeing. Thou it isnt a big language. Its less then 10millions that speak it. + soon you two.
     
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    Gaunerin vanquish the pain

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    hehe......I wished :D

    Just started reading Nick Hornby's High Fidelity
     

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