A Clash of Kings by George R. R. Martin
A Clash of Kings by George R. R. Martin
A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.
Alot of books,
50 shades of grey
The Steve Jobs book
Ghost in the wires
Jim Cramers Getting Back To Even
Thank you Shyama <3Everything's amazing but nobody's happy
Harhar! Finally have my grubby little paws on The Long Earth (Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter) and Dodger (Terry Pratchett). Trying to decide which to read first... Any recommendations?
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I just read the first chapter of American Gods (Neil Gaiman)...WTFrak!
A Dance With Dragons, book five of A Song of Ice and Fire.
I'm trying to stall it a bit, since I don't want it to end Only a 100 pages left. Then again, there are still 2 books left and the show too.
What do the folks at MMO-Champ like to read?
I'm a big fan of Sci-Fi & Fantasy works and have even started working on my own writing project and blog. (milesbooks on tumblr)
I like fast paced stuff with action and adventure as well as more suspenseful/horror type stuff. Anything with a well written combat sequence I enjoy reading as well.
I've read tons by Salvatore, Stephen King, and dozens of other authors whose names don't come to mind atm.
I used to read some sci-fi, even Warcraft books for a while, but these days, school forces me to read more and more scientific texts (linguistics and literary studies). Kinda hard to force myself to read something else afterwards, even though there are so many books waiting for me...
I wonder, how do people manage to read serious literature in their 20s? There's just so much to do!
My latest ones are both Vespasian books by Robert Fabbri (can't wait for the third book to come out in January) and now I'm mentally preparing myself for The Hobbit by reading the book and now that's finished I'm reading LotR. I do quite like reading, I got myself a Kindle not too long ago and it's just made reading more enjoyable. So nice to just hold a flat little tablet instead of a book the size of a brick!
I mostly like fantasy books with the occasional historical fiction thrown in. After LotR most likely going to get Game of Thrones.
I'm not much of a fan when it comes to reading...
But I do like the occasional adventure ..
Right now, I'm reading two books, or a novel, The Walking Dead and some other book with a NSFW name.
I am much more a fan of sci-fi then fantasy. Reading Neuromancer by William Gibson right now. After reading Ready Player One (great book btw) I was looking for a bit more serious cyberpunk book and decided to go with one of the tent poles of the genre. I have read it before, but it was many years ago and I barely remember it. Might go with Stephenson's Snow Crash next but I am not sure.
Whatever I can get my hands on, i try to read at least 3-4 books every week. Specialization is for insects:P
Currently re-reading, "The Messenger" by Daniel Silva, we just moved and most of my books are still in storage
And I'll be reading "Why We Get Fat" by Gary Taubes as soon as it gets here from Amazon.
Currently readin "Perks of being a wallflower" for the third time
"Red Country" by Joe Abercrombie.
Not really a fan of Westerns, but Abercrombie is awesome and I'm about 20% through the book and
He already set it up for a confrontation between Caul Shivers and Logen Ninefingers. Of course, since it is Abercrombie, they probably end up becoming blood brothers and killing all the 'bad' guys.
Just started reading The dark tower - The gunslinger
Will recieve Oil! and The Jungle this coming monday. As I've grown interest for Upton Sinclair's style of books, I plan to buy a couple more of his works; King Coal, namely, and more. Anyone have experience of Upton Sinclair? Which books are entertaining and worthy of reading?
The perfumed* boys he wrapped in chains and threw into the sea. They were unnatural creatures, and the ship smelled better once cleansed of their presence.