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    On Writing by Stephen King

    I think I'm about to crack open American Gods by Neil Gaiman today too. I have so many books on my Kindle (that I haven't read yet). Kind of overwhelming.

    Love that "One Click" buying on Amazon lol.

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    An Irish Country Doctor - A fun, easy read about a new GP's first steps into rural medicine. I haven't laughed at a book this much in a long time.

    The Name of the Wind - On page ~300, fantastic thus far. Excellent story and a great magic system.

    The Balkans: A Short History - I know practically nothing about the history of this region. It has been quite informative thus far.

    Peter and the Sword of Mercy - The 4th book in the Peter and the Starcatchers series. I've loved this whole series thus far. HIGHLY recommend reading them all!

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    The Hobbit, so excited for the new Movie!

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    The Mullahs Storm - Thomas Young, started it the other day and near done....great read so far

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    Mortal Instruments city of lost souls

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    2010 Odyssey Two by Arthur Clarke. Just finished 2001.
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    I am so triggered right now.

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    Biblo the hobbit. And I'm thrilled for the movie.

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    Two of them right now:

    "God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything" - Christopher Hitchens
    "The First Confessor: The Legend of Magda Searus" - Terry Goodkind

    HIGHLY recommend both.

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    Fahrenheit 451

    And next I plan on reading "The Martian Chronicles" followed by "Something Wicked This Way Comes" and then "The Illustrated Man."

    Then I'll have to go back to the book store and see what else they have by Ray Bradbury.

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    Currently reading Patriot Games (Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan series, I'm reading them in "chronological" order), think I might go between that and the Shannara series (though I'm not sure whether to do that in "chronological" order or publication order).

    I've been thinking of getting the "Rama" and "Ringworld" series from the library.

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    Just finished reading the mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson, I could imagine that translating into and epic movie fantastically, but alas these things take time.

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    Bloody Jack Series by L.A. Meyer + some fanfiction

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    The Way of Shadows, Night Angel Trilogy, Brent Weeks. It's good so far.

    i was not crying in the shower
    i just realized how i'll never get to meet darth vader and then soap got in my eye - Kylo Ren

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    What I am reading right now? The replies from this thread... Joking of course. I am actually reading 'Battlefield 3: Russian'. Andy McNabb, really interesting

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    I am reading "To be the man" by ric flair. It tells the story of one the most valuable and charismatic wrestlers in history. "Nature boy" Rick Flair.

    Wooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pocky_rin View Post
    Just finished reading the mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson, I could imagine that translating into and epic movie fantastically, but alas these things take time.
    There is a video game being made of it. Fortunately it won't rape the series too much if it sucks because it's being set 300 years before, featuring a different story. I imagine it could be absolutely awesome, however I can imagine more ways in which it will suck...

    Although I do think that a Mistborn movie is on the cards. I wonder who would be good choices to play Vin and Kelsier...

    Anyway, just finished Daughter of Smoke and Bone, by Laini Taylor. It was suprisingly good and engaging.
    "English doesn't so much borrow words from other languages as follows them into a dark alley, hits them over the head and goes through their pockets for loose vocabulary."

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    an introductory biography of George Orwell (a.k.a Eric Blair). Not many people know this but he was a deeply committed socialist who helped fight for the socialists in the Spanish civil war.
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    Normal should be reduced in difficulty. Heroic should be reduced in difficulty.
    And the tiny fraction for whom heroic raids are currently well tuned? Too bad,so sad! With the arterial bleed of subs the fastest it's ever been, the vanity development that gives you guys your own content is no longer supportable.

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    Neal Asher: the Voyage of Sable keech

    Been reading the entire series, fantastic Sci-fi books, vorthy a read if you like the genre.
    I've no idea what to write here.

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    Just started reading the first book of A song of ice and fire.

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    V for Vendetta the graphic novel. Preferring it to the film so far.

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