War and Peace, or at least I'm partly reading it, mostly trying to keep a track of all the character's names and places.
Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand...I highly recommend it. A great book.
I can't wait for A Memory of Light. Carai an Caldazar! Carai an Ellisande! Al Ellisande! Jan. 8 2013.
If a video game developer removed tumors from players, they'd whine about nerfing their loss in weight and access to radiation powers. -Cracked.com
The God Delusion - Richard Dawkins
"Do you have a PUT HANDS ON PEOPLE spec?" - Danny
Game of Thrones, half way through book 3, got 4 and 5 waiting
I rarely read these days, but the show was too good not to.
Got bit by the Warhammer 40k bug about 4 months ago. 20+ Books later, it's still going strong and only seems to get better.
Just started reading Wrath of Iron by Chris Wraight.
Re-reading Pillars of the Earth - Ken Follett.
William Hamleigh, you complete and utter vile bastard! *shakes fist*
I forgot how much I loathed him when I read the book the first time.
- Signature courtesy of the very talented Aveline -WORDS IN THE HEART CAN NOT BE TAKEN.
Finally finished Book 13 of the Wheel of Time series... It was wonderful. I can't wait for the last book. Now I am going to finally read Inheritance to finish up the Eragon Set, though I am mostly reading it just to finish them all and see how it ends. Should be fun easy reading though
Depends on my mood on the train home, I've got 3 books on the go at the moment:
Thinking, Fast and Slow - Daniel Kahneman
Assassin's Quest - Robin Hobb (book 3 of the Farseer trilogy)
Letter to a Christan Nation - Sam Harris
I am reading a book called "Under Floden" (Under the river) by a swedish writer.
It is the first book of a triology about human trafficking in Asia. A very good but horrifying book!
A Dance with Dragons, fantasy by George R.R. Martin and the fifth book of the 'A Song of Ice and Fire' saga. Enjoying it thoroughly thus far.
"Prelude to the Foundation" by Asimov. It's as the title suggests, a prelude to the popular book, Foundation. It's a sci fi set in the far future (10,000 AD or something like that) where a mathematician presents a paper on physcohistory which is the mathematical prediction of the future. That's as much as I'll say about it without giving away spoilers past the first 10 pages.
The walking dead (Again) if you count that, If not.
Im currently reading The portrait of Dorian gray by Oscar Wilde.
The second book in the Legend of Drizzt series, Exile.
"We all make choices, but in the end our choices make us." - Andrew Ryan
I don't know if it counts as a book, but i am currently reading a lot of fanfiction (for those that don't know, it is stories taking place in an already existing universe, writing by a fan. Like a spinoff story). I currently reading one that is longer than the first 3 Harry Potter books... i dunno how people even find time to write them...
A Peoples History of the United States from 1492-Present by Howard Zinn. I've read it before but it is always good to brush up.
"Death is not kind. It's dark, black as far as you can see, and you're all alone."