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Currently I'm reading the D'artagnan Romance Series, in case you didn't know the Three Musketeers was the first book in a trilogy.

Currently I'm reading Twenty Years After (the 2nd book in the series), and I'm almost done with it. About 90% I think.

I've been doing most of my reading on the Amazon Kindle, but what have you guys beeen reading, or what was the last thing you read.


Manga's and comics DO NOT count, lol.


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Well I'm reading the Bible cover to cover and then a lot of Greek tragedy for my lit class. I don't have a Kindle or anything, I'm still rocking it the old fashioned way.


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I'm probably going to start reading (or listening to audio version) The Voyage of the Dawn Treader again...before the movie comes out in December.

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@Hattrick, wow I haven't read narnia since 3rd-5th grade lol

@Weave, i also forgot, that I'm reading the bible, not regularly but I read it like once or twice a week. I just started Chronicles 2.


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@Hattrick, wow I haven't read narnia since 3rd-5th grade lol

They're so good!

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I like reading novels that I get for two bucks at thrift stores. My latest is The Testament by John Grisham.

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The last book I read was The Accidental Billionaires, which is the source material for the movie The Social Network.

I want to get this book called On the Make: The Hustle of Urban Nightlife, but I've yet to purchase it.

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I have been reading the bible off and on again, I also been doing some reading on the autobiography of a yogi, and some Grimm Fairy tales for when I really get bored of everything else.

I also like to read all the Secret of Nimb series again, along with the last unicorn, classic's are usually the best this time of year, I just might take up tolken on CD again, if I get to it this year.

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OK I jsut finished Twenty Years after so now I'm reading Ten Year After


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Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Complex, love this series!

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The LOST Encyclopedia. Reading every single page and it's pretty amazing so far.

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100 Challenges in Echocardiography.

If you can't tell by the title, it's a very exciting medical text.

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Finished Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Complex yesterday, stayed up until 2:30am to finish it in one day. I cant believe it is the penultimate book. The time space in the book only lasted like two days, I want more Artemis Fowl, lol. (and I want more Opal Koboi!).

Back to reading manga...

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Had to read Cormac MaCarthy's The Road for class. It was an interesting read, the writing style was unlike anything I had seen before. However, most the people in my class mistook the writing style to be artful where I saw it as being different just for the sake of being different, which in fact is nothing new at all.


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George Adler's "A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language; with Perpetual Exercises in Speaking and Writing".

It *means* perpetual, by the way.


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Have any of you guys read Ian Flemming's Bond novels or his other more known work Chitty Chitty Bang Bang? The man can write check him out.


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I started reading the first part of Tim Rogers's An Incident Involving a Human Body. It's his autobiography.

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"The Instructions" by Adam Levin. It's about a 10 year old boy torn between two worlds. The book throws light on the Jewish faith but the behavioral changes of children drew me to this book.

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Post Re: What are you reading?
i'm looking for some good books you guys...
any suggestions?
i'm into most anything.

Currently, I plan to head over to the library and get iRobot and Enders Game.

so yea, any suggestions?

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mazer wrote:
i'm looking for some good books you guys...
any suggestions?
i'm into most anything.

Currently, I plan to head over to the library and get iRobot and Enders Game.

so yea, any suggestions?

iRobot is interesting. Asimov had some really wild ideas about robots. And Ender's Game. Oh, man, Ender's Game. That's my favorite book ever. I suggest reading the entire quartet. The following three novels aren't nearly as exciting as the original, though.

I'm reading The Journal of Arvil Bren, which is basically a journal of a character in the Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind world. It was written by a player (Tim Cunnings) who documented each day in the game and then wrote it from the character's point of view.

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schmete wrote:
mazer wrote:
i'm looking for some good books you guys...
any suggestions?
i'm into most anything.

Currently, I plan to head over to the library and get iRobot and Enders Game.

so yea, any suggestions?

iRobot is interesting. Asimov had some really wild ideas about robots. And Ender's Game. Oh, man, Ender's Game. That's my favorite book ever. I suggest reading the entire quartet. The following three novels aren't nearly as exciting as the original, though.

I'm reading The Journal of Arvil Bren, which is basically a journal of a character in the Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind world. It was written by a player (Tim Cunnings) who documented each day in the game and then wrote it from the character's point of view.


Thanks Thanks Thanks,
looking for my library card as i type this :D

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Finished iRobot, it was really good! I only wish the library was open on sundays and mondays so I don't have to wait to grab up the other books in the series.

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Finished iRobot, it was really good! I only wish the library was open on sundays and mondays so I don't have to wait to grab up the other books in the series.

Yeah it;s really good. Have you read the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy series? It's awesome.
Another series I've enjoyed Is a sci-fi collaboration by Eric Flint and Ryk. E Spoor. There are two books in the series, Boundary and Threshold


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mazer wrote:
Finished iRobot, it was really good! I only wish the library was open on sundays and mondays so I don't have to wait to grab up the other books in the series.

Yeah it;s really good. Have you read the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy series? It's awesome.
Another series I've enjoyed Is a sci-fi collaboration by Eric Flint and Ryk. E Spoor. There are two books in the series, Boundary and Threshold


I picked up this huge culmination of Asimov. it's almost everything he's written. So i'm gonna read through that and check if enders game was back in. If not Hitchhikers was the next book on my list.

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My best friend who's currently in AFRICA (D: lucky) brought the hitchhikers guide to the galaxy series to read on the plane.. And Pokemon SS, he was ticked that black/white was released the day AFTER he leaves. lol

Anyways, I'M reading 1984, anyone else read it?


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