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I need to write an essay for school, I have been having trouble picking out a book and it would be great if someone could just possibly throw a suggestion out or two.

The book has to be written by someone within the English commonwealth (England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales) I have to read the book within the next 10 days so it would also be good if it were not a crazy long book, some where under 250 pages would be good.

Hopefully someone can help me out a little bit, I am just completely frustrated with trying to find a book and hopefully one of you know of an interesting one I may also like.

Just as a side note I love Sci-Fi, just throwing that out there.

asked Oct 02 '12 at 00:03

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snack pack88

closed Oct 02 '12 at 20:54

Thank you all for your suggestions but I have decided on a book. Aldus Huxley- Brave new world.

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Decided on a book." by snack pack88 Oct 02 '12 at 20:54

Bram Stoker's Dracula. Douglas Adams' The Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy.

Both fairly small books (at least the ones I have are pocket sized and not very lengthy).

answered Oct 02 '12 at 00:29

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edited Oct 02 '12 at 00:30

Any Discworld novel (thank you Sir Terry!)

answered Oct 02 '12 at 05:45

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10 Days and the whole of the United Kingdom (there hasn't been an English Commonwealth since Oliver Cromwell!)? My problem would be picking books not to to read!

answered Oct 02 '12 at 09:16

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Well this book does not meet the requirements but a good book that should be read by people into tech is "ghost in the wires" by Keven Mitnick

answered Oct 02 '12 at 09:28

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