Artemis Fowl and The Last Guardian
Used to read Artemis Fowl books when I was a lot younger, and I still keep readin' them.
Karen Chance - Hunt the Moon
“A fool is not a person who does not know something. Rather, a fool is a person who is given information but who chooses to ignore what he is given based on how he wants things to be, rather than how things are."
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I'm reading plenty of books at the moment (I like to have variation)
No Humans Involved, Kelley Armstrong
The Hobbit, J.R.R. Tolkien
Dead Locked, Charlaine Harris
Life, Universe and Everything, Douglas Adams
Just to name a few
♫♫ Under the sea, under the sea
Darling it's better down where it's wetter
Take it from me
Up on the shore they work all day
Out in the sun they slave away
While we devotin' full time to floatin' ♫♫
Currently rereading the Wheel of Time so that I am ready for when the 14th book comes out in January. On Path of Daggers right now.
Right now I'm reading The Well of Tears, the second book in the Crowthistle Chronicles. It's a bit different from the fantasy I usually read as the language is very "oldish" with a lot of fancy wording and stuff. It's an okay series, so far the second volume is a lot better then the first. The characters in the first wasn't really interesting but the ones in the second makes me continue reading atleast.
I don't have time to read anymore (not since the baby arrived) so I listen to audiobooks during my commute to work. Making my way through the third book of A SONG OF FIRE AND ICE now.
Just started reading the Game of Thrones books by George R. R. Martin I'm halfway trough the first book and I'm loving it so far! Ever since I watched the first two seasons of GoT on TV I've been in love with this.
I'm currently reading three books;
The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins, awesome book which I can recommend to anyone whose IQ exceeds their shoesize,
House of Suns by Alastair Reynolds, amazing and extremely interesting scifi (space opera to be precise) book by an ex astrophysicist writer with great ideas that might one day be true,
and Digital Fortress by Dan Brown, one of his less known books yet I find it to be on par with the legendary Da Vinci Code.
The Cambridge History of China: Volume 10, Late Ch'ing 1800-1911, Part 1: Late Ch'ing 1800-1911
Please, suppress your yawns!
Currently plodding my way through Sun-Tzu The Art of Warfare
Next up: Space Chronicles by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
And re-reading the harry potter series for what must be at least the 10th time....I sort of like to read them before bed each night, currently on the 6th book. (I swear though, I have them memorized at this point...)