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    A Storm of Swords (Blood and Gold) - George R.R. Martin.

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    A Clash of Kings - George R.R. Martin
    Loved the first season of 'A Game of Thrones' so I decided to go read the books.
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    HP and the Philosopher's stone... yeh, maybe a bit TO late x), gonna read them all, did same with the movies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldrashan View Post
    Loved the first season of 'A Game of Thrones' so I decided to go read the books.
    Same, halfway through 'Game of Thrones' at the moment and I've just finished 'Maskerade' by Terry Pratchett.
    Waiting for the new Warcraft novel to arrive in the mail.
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    I'm not too addicted to quit WoW, I've already done it dozens of times.

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    Blood of The Fold by Terry Goodkind (3th book in the Sword of Truth series) I read them all in my native tongue (Dutch) and now going for English a year later now I forgot the details

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    Illustrated version of A Brief History of Time

    And if they count; To Aru Majutsu no Index Light Novels

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    Halfway through my 8th read of Lolita, Nabokov

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    Busy in Memories of Ice (A Tale of the Malazan Book of the Fallen) by Steven Erikson atm.
    I recently reread the first part of the series (Gardens of the Moon), and only then remembering why the name Quick Ben was so familiar when I read the Suvudu cage-matches...
    So I promptly ordered the rest of the series and I now have some reading ahead of me

    Quote Originally Posted by Keilith View Post
    A Memory of Light - WoT Final Book

    Inheritance - Inheritance Cycle 4th book (Eragon) - Christopher Paloni.
    WoT = So frikkin GOOD!
    I read most of it in Dutch, but after Knife of Dreams I switched over to English. Such an improvement, though I do have to get used to the different spelling of certain words.
    About the Inheritance Cycle, when is that part 4 coming out?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow-cleave View Post
    After that, it's "A Dance With Dragons," then I'm gonna re-read the whole Wheel of Time series so I can remember everything before I read the last couple books, "The Gathering Storm" and "Towers of Midnight." Hopefully, the last book, "A Memory of Light," will be out by then.
    AMoL won't be out till fall/winter next year at the earliest. So you have plenty of time Though, if you have to reread all of it, it might still be close.

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    The Dresden Files: White Night

    One of my favorite choices from one of my favorite series.
    I'm currently reading Friendship with God by Neale Donald Walsch
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    Finished A Dance With Dragons a week and a half ago, and decided to start reading the Wheel of Time ​series. On the first book right now.

    Edit: Just went back and read the rest of the thread, and holy crap, lot of people are reading ASoIaF right now.
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    Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami.

    If ANYONE has read his books or even knows of him, we'll be best friends for life.

    I've almost got all of his books.
    I've read Norwegian Wood. Such a beautiful book. Atm i'm working on 1Q84, just started it.

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    My any (little) enthusiasm to read books was lost after school's forced bookreading: you had to read like 2 books a month and then make some crappy presentations of them.

    Anyhow, I once started reading (long time ago) Lord of the Rings but for some reason stopped reading about at the point when Tom Bombadil is presented. And this wasn't for school. See, I once had will to read (or at least start to read) something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keenaxe View Post
    The Dresden Files: White Night

    One of my favorite choices from one of my favorite series.
    I'm currently reading Friendship with God by Neale Donald Walsch
    I enjoyed Grave Peril quite a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tremelizzer View Post
    My any (little) enthusiasm to read books was lost after school's forced bookreading: you had to read like 2 books a month and then make some crappy presentations of them.

    Anyhow, I once started reading (long time ago) Lord of the Rings but for some reason stopped reading about at the point when Tom Bombadil is presented. And this wasn't for school. See, I once had will to read something.
    That guy creeped me out.
    I'm fairly sure he was a kid-diddler. Pervy old dude living alone in the woods, practically follows the hobbits around, gets them to sleep at his house. Somethins not right about that. lol

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    Skinny Legs and All by Tom Robbins. I'm barely into it and already it's bizarre. It was given to me by my late uncle so I'm considering it a tribute to him.

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    Right now I'm reading Ptolemy's Gate by Jonathan Stroud, when I'm done with that I'll probably read Harry Potter 7 again, before I watch the movie, then I'll read Brisingr again and then Inheritance. After that I might take a look at the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series. Oh, and I'm probably also gonna read some of the wow books.

    I got it all planned out.
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    Ghost Story by Jim Butcher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landriss View Post
    Halfway through my 8th read of Lolita, Nabokov
    That book is pretty good... and yet so disturbing at the same time :/
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    Just finished An idiot aboard and Band Of Brothers

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    Just finished "The Land of Painted Caves" by Jean M Auel. Disappointed.
    Going to the book shop on my lunch break and hoping to pick up The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss and the new Dresden files book. Then I'll have to try and decide which to read first!

    Edit: Pffff, they didn't have either of the books I wanted Guess it's off to the good book shop on Saturday....
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