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Old 03-20-2010
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I'm reading Jurassic Park right now
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Lord of the Flies...-twitch- I can't stand it T^T
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huanted liverpool
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Whatever college commands me to read ha ha ha which is Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison and something with Beat Readers...that and random stuff that American Literature gives me...the major on was My Antonia...yuck.

I prefer Stephen King the complete opposite of these -_-
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Old 03-22-2010
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Bram Stoker Dracula.

I torched twighlight with motor oil.
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I'm actually currently reading the Percy Jackson books, even though I'm about to graduate high school and I'm quite certain they aren't meant for my age level. >>;

And yet they are written far better than a certain vampire series we all love to hate.

Anyway, I recommend them to anyone who is just looking for some light, mythology-filled reading.
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Old 03-23-2010
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Fanficiton.... lots of fanfiction. haha.

Well, currently I'm on and off reading the seventh tower (due to lack of time). It's fairly essay to pick up again after a few months of no time to read and remember exactly what's going on. It's wayyy below my reading level, but it's long and the story is good so I don't really care (I'm a college student and need to read plenty of stuff that makes me want to pound my head against the wall, so having an easy book to sit down with is nice).

Last year it was the Tithe series: it's a set of three books involving faeries and stuff. The story is good and not a hard read at all. I recommend it.

I like that kind of stuff: fantasy with a bit of romance and a twist. It's fun and easy, unlike most of the other shit I'm busy doing. haha. Any suggestions, btw? I'm always looking for something new to read.
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Old 03-23-2010
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'Is it just me or is everything shit?' by Steve Lowe & Alan McArthur
(but they just Ross Noble awful and Global Warming deniers stupid both of which i STRONGLY disagree with so probably gonna put the book down)

Also Deadman Wonderland
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Old 03-25-2010
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I'm currently reading "The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown. Somehow, Dan Brown's books obsessed me...well almost. They're just too interesting and thrilling, but I'm not going to start a review on them.
I just think that the ones who are interested in these sorts of stuff should definitely read this book, as well as the other books that feature Robert Langdon's adventures.
(Robert Langdon being the main character from "The Da Vinci Code" xD)
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Revolution's Revelation - by Gregory Derrick II

It's a book my friend wrote.


I bought a copy

He autographed it for me

the back of the book with his pic.

close up of the front of the book.

SQUEE!!
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Old 03-31-2010
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Just finished the Hunchback of Notre Dame (again). I can never seem to go long without perusing it again. Now I'm moving on to Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad.
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Just finished The Positronic Man by Isaac Asimov, I'm gonna read the Robot Dreams Short Story Collection now.
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The Witching Hour (Anne Rice) and Hades' Daughter (Sara Douglass).
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Dracula, again It's going much faster the second time around.I've had the book 24 hours and I'm on chapter 20 already.
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I'm reading the The Call of Cthulhu- And other weird tales and this forum.
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I've tried to start reading Skullduggery Pleasant... haven't started yet
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I'm reading the fourth Wheel of Time book "Shadows Rising" by Robert Jordan. Jeez those books are long. Seriously, there's 11 books in the series, and each one is at least 700 (and most are more than 1000) pages long. Good thing they're all freaking awesome!!!
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I'm reading the The Call of Cthulhu- And other weird tales and this forum.
Oh god, Lovecraft! Since I discovered a site where I can read the books for free ,I've been reading everything!

Currently I'm reading Mary Shelly's "Frankenstein, or the modern Prometheus" and finished E.A.Poe's "Golden Scarabee"
And I'm looking for more books from Poe, and John Milton's "Paradise Lost".
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I'm in two books right now, I'm in the 3rd book of the Death Gate Cycle, and also reading The People Code, its very very good.
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I've been trying to get my hands on "Through Stone & Sea" by Barb & J.C Hendee, but until then I'm re-reading "In Shade & Shadow".
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I'm re-readying chobits. That and vampire kisses, not a bad book despite the name >.>; yeah the name sucks! xD
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finally gotten around to 1984 and Great Expectations. Almost done with the first, just starting the second.
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Have to read about three books for one class. Starting White Noise right now.
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'City of Bones' by Cassandra Claire. I'm an adult but I like reading teen fiction since there's less smut and more plot, or maybe I'm immature. Possibly both. I've just hopped on the trend train for urban paranormal romance (Especially fae-centric) after reading 'The Iron King' by Julie Kagwa. I can't wait for the sequel.

I'm also hoping to read through the 'Artemis Fowl' series again, just because I love it. Eoin Colfer is a great author in my opinion.
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'City of Bones' by Cassandra Claire. I'm an adult but I like reading teen fiction since there's less smut and more plot, or maybe I'm immature. Possibly both. I've just hopped on the trend train for urban paranormal romance (Especially fae-centric) after reading 'The Iron King' by Julie Kagwa. I can't wait for the sequel.

I'm also hoping to read through the 'Artemis Fowl' series again, just because I love it. Eoin Colfer is a great author in my opinion.
I'd have to agree with you. Have you read anything by Holly Black?
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The Science of Superman
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Haunted: A Novel by Chuck I can't spell let alone pronounce his last name.
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I'd have to agree with you. Have you read anything by Holly Black?
I tried, but the first try I couldn't get into it. I may go back and do another attempt, though.
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I tried, but the first try I couldn't get into it. I may go back and do another attempt, though.
Which book did you read?
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