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    Free Food!?!?! Tziva's Avatar
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    I just finished Moonwalking with Einstein, To End All Wars, the graphical memoir Stitches, Emperor of all Maladies and Bill Bryson's book Shakespeare. (It could be argued I read too much)

    I just started a book on science consultants for the movie industry which sounds really really interesting, but unfortunately it was obviously published as someone's dissertation so it's kinda an awkward read. I'm going to stick with it, though, because it sounds fascinating.

    I also just purchased The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation which promises to be good.

    Have I mentioned I read too much?
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    Hi Guys,

    I am currently reading Harry Potter Comics Books. This books are all about harry potter movies series.

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    The Chronicles of Narnia.

    Yep. 25 year old male here, reading the Chronicles of Narnia.

    AND DAMN PROUD OF IT.

    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

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    Archaic Egypt - W.B. Emery
    It's a studybook on early Egyptian society. A bit dry, but good read overall.

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    Just finished 11/22/63 by Stephen King.
    And Songs of Fire & Ice part 3A is next.

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    I'm reading The Assasins of Tamurin by S.D. Tower. Not the first time I've read it, but it's worth rereading. =) It's fantasy.
    I'm burning up a sun, just to say goodbye.

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    "The Reality Dysfunction" by Peter.F.Hamilton.

    Took a break from reading 12 Horus Heresy novels.

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    Divergent by Veronica Roth.

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    The Crossroads of Twilight - Book 10 of The Wheel of Time.

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    Finally started Ready Player One today and I can already tell I am going to love this.

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    I'm reading some assorted books by Charles Dickens. I've read almost all of them before, but I just love his writing...favorite author ever! After I finish with a few more books I'll probably grab some Stephen King novels...need something to give me interesting dreams at night.

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    Alright so I kind of read like.... 3 books at a time. Now one will always capture most of my time but I'll spend time with the others and then finish them all around the same time.


    So atm I'm reading The Corpse Walker by Yiwu Liao. It's really good. It is a series of interviews with older people who grew up during the cultural revolution, the great leap foward, etc.

    Also reading A Song of Ice and Fire by George Martin. Going to read the books before I watch the tv shows so I can nit-pick :P

    Also reading Midnight in Peking which is about this murder in Bejieng before the Japanese invade in the 30s. Interesting but didn't capture me like a good old fantasy romp.

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    I am reading space odyssey again and it was surprised that I forget almost whole book and its awesome to be like reading it first time.

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    I'm reading A Clash of Kings right now, and afterward I'm probably going to read Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, followed by The Girl Who Played With Fire.

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    I am currently re-reading the shadow children series I have always enjoyed those books and the nostalgia is just flowing back to me lol.

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    I'm reading 'Redshirts' by John Scalzi. 'Pandora's Star' by Peter Hamilton, 'Blood Magic' by Mathew Cook and 'Man and Superman' by George Bernard Shaw (I actually haven't started reading the play itself yet, I have been reading a letter that he wrote to a friend which is quite interesting.

    Redshirts is a humorous poke at Star Trek's storytelling, Pandora's Star looks like it is going to be some very epic science fiction with aliens, Blood Magic is a fantasy book about a female necromancer that kind of reminds me of the necromancer in Diablo 2 and Man and Superman is supposed to be a play based on the story of Don Juan.

    I'm always reading a lot of books at once. Redshirts I read when I go to Barnes and Noble to hang out, Pandora's Star and Blood Magic I checked out from the library but I haven't gotten far in Pandora's Star yet because I gave it to my dad to read, and Man and Superman I am reading during my breaks at work.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stjernelys View Post
    I'm reading The Assasins of Tamurin by S.D. Tower. Not the first time I've read it, but it's worth rereading. =) It's fantasy.
    I know I've read that book but I can't recall anything about it, I guess I might have to reread that one sometime.

    For those of you who have read and liked 'A Song of Ice and Fire' (I see quite a few in this topic) I recommend you try 'A Trial of Blood and Steel' by Joel Shepherd. It is a 4 books series starting with 'Sasha', it is complete and it is amazing.
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    the columbus affair by steve barry

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    "The Wheel of Time" series by Robert Jordan. I'm on book 7 and currently bogged down. Has anyone gotten through this entire series? It really feels like I got through the first 5 without any issues but I just cant seem to get through more than one chapter at a time now.

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    Guildwars: Ghosts of Ascalon and Guildwars: Edge of destiny.
    Reading Ghosts of ascalon atm, it's very well written. Occasionally they go a lil to much into detail, but it's a very good read.
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    Currently in Russia there is too much freedom, you can freely do things, that would cause you be arrested in USA.

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    Deadline by Mira Grant. Second part of Newsflesh trilogy. It's set in the future after the zombie rising. Would recommend.

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