What was the last book you read ?

Mauritius
August 9, 2008 12:01pm CST
If you are in mylot, then you surely have the taste for reading. Share with us- what was the last book you read and what you liked most in the book? Thanks for your repsonse friend.
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4 responses
• India
10 Aug 08
The last book I've read is "Competitive Strategies" by Michael Porter. It's about "Techniques for analyzing industries and competitors". The book was an okay read. Not as breathtaking as I guessed it would be from the numerous suggestions and reviews about the book. Well, you have to rely on your book-sense to enjoy a fantastic read I guess. Last fiction I've read was "Catcher in the Rye" by JD Salinger for the 3rd time. No words need be wasted to tell of this one, read it if you didn't already.
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• Mauritius
10 Aug 08
It seems you like management books. Well I am a management students, what Accounting books for beginners do you recommend me? Does anyone have an idea of what can I read to understand basic accounting. Thanks
• India
10 Aug 08
"Financial Accounting" by Clyde and Roman, and "Accounting Principles" by Anthony and Reese for the more serious studies. I would recommend Schaum's Outline's Principle of Accounting if you're a beginner. Or as I am a big fan of "For Dummies" series, should say go have a look at "Accounting For Dummies".
• Mauritius
10 Aug 08
Thanks for your response friend.
@pratik888 (103)
• India
9 Aug 08
The last book i read was 'Only love is real' by Dr.Brian Weiss ..........
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• Mauritius
10 Aug 08
What type of book is this friend?
• India
10 Aug 08
This is a book abt a psychiatrist and his treatment methods .......and related to past life forms
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• Mauritius
10 Aug 08
Thanks for the information friend.
• United States
10 Aug 08
In truth, I don't read much anymore, which is sad. I'd really like to, but unfortunately, there never seems to be enough time. The last book I read was Stephenie Meyer's Breaking Dawn, which was okay in truth. It was enjoyable, but for a book in a series, it didn't follow the previous 3 books to well... Right now, I'm halfway through my summer reading for college called Your Inner Fish by Neil Shubin. It pretty much documents humans' genetic origins from fish and other un-complex creatures...so a little like the history of evolution. But it's well written and not a drag to read (since I'm not really a fan of non-fiction).
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• India
10 Aug 08
aha..that's why everyone smells fishy sometimes.
• Mauritius
10 Aug 08
Thanks for your response dear. The books you read seem to be very interesting.
@wayz12 (2059)
• United States
9 Aug 08
I just finished reading Kresley Cole"s Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night, the third book in her Immortals After Dark Series. Its a paranormal romance where the main characters are a werewolf and a Valkyrie. I thoroughly enjoy the book and is looking forward to reading more of the series. It is funny, adventurous and of course, romantic, being a romance novel at that.
• Mauritius
10 Aug 08
Wow, this seems to be very interesting..is this book available for sale online ?