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    Currently reading.

    Post the book(s) you're currently reading.

    ....you guys do read right?

    Currently reading:

    Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick.

    Just finished:

    Baa Baa Black Sheep by Gregory Boyington.

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    Currently Reading:

    The Man In High Castle- By Philip K. Dick

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    The Draco Tavern- By Larry Niven

    Plan To Read Next


    Good Omens- By Neil Gaimen and Terry Pratchet

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    current:
    atlas shrugged - ayn rand
    just finished:
    the inferno - dante

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    The Dilbert Future - Scott Adams.

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    The Fionavar Tapestry by Guy Gavriel Kay

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    The truth will set you free,
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    The Awakening, Kate Choppin. Its for English but its quite a good book

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    Currently Reading:
    "No Country for Old Men" by Cormac McCarthy

    Just finished again:
    "Orphans of the Helix" from his book "Worlds and Time Enough" by Dan Simmons

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    I'm currently reading "Konparuya Gomez" by Naka Saijo.

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    Finished up "Anansi Boys" by Neil Gaiman yesterday. Very hilarious and also just damn good read!

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    I'm reading Dime Store Magic by Kelley Armstrong.

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    finishing off catcher in the rye

    next off...perhaps 1984

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    Currently reading the third of David Gemmells "Troy" books.
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Troy-Fall-Ki...2472877&sr=8-1

    And I'm about halfway through "I Was Vermeer: The Legend of the Forger Who Swindled the Nazis" by Frank Wynne
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Was-Vermeer-...2472795&sr=8-2

    Very enjoyable so far.

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    Ah, a books thread. *unlurks self*

    Just finished: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak; Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie.

    Currently reading: Titus Groan by Mervyn Peake; Shardik by Richard Adams.

    Up next, with any luck: Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Chimp View Post
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    Good Omens- By Neil Gaimen and Terry Pratchet
    Good Omens great read, Terry Gilliam attempted to make a film of it at one stage sadly never got beyond pre production


    Finished
    Understanding Power by Noam Chomsky

    Currently reading Atomised by Michel Houellebecq,

    Need to Finish Crime and Punishment

    Up Next On the Road by Jack Kerouac

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    Do androids dream of electric sheep

    I plan on reading "prophet without honour" next.

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    finished: a feast for crows, by george r.r. martin
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    Ampersand: Shit, i'm reading Titus Groan too right now. That's weird.

    Just finished: the Flat Earth cyclus by Tanith Lee.

    Next up: Maybe some Clark Ashton Smith stories perhaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CgMonkey View Post
    Do androids dream of electric sheep

    I plan on reading "prophet without honour" next.

    Wow i thought I would be the only person to read that book. In the past (still am) I was a huge Anarchy Online fan. I just havent had time to play it a long while. I might look into it again when they get the new upgrades.

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    Reading an oldie right now. Mona Lisa overdrive from William Gibson.

    And just finished The Nightwatch from Terry Pratchett

    "Master storytellers never explain. They do the hard, painfully creative thing-- they dramatize"

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    Just read "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy and recently read "The Book of the New Sun" series by Gene Wolfe. I highly recommend them both.

    Maybe I'll try "No Country for Old Men" next.

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    New books in the last week finished reading for pleasure that I remember (not counting my non-fiction studies, etc. -- was sick at home for a few days, so if I wasn't sleeping/coughing/sneezing I was reading...and I read too fast):

    - The Fair Folk (anthology) by Marvin Kaye
    - Heart of Stone by CE Murphy
    - The Cipher by Diana Pharaoh Francis
    - Knight Tenebrae by Julianne Lee
    - Tinker and Wolf Who Rules by Wen Spencer
    - Daughter of the Drow by Elaine Cunningham

    Next up starting this weekend:
    - Shadowbridge by Gregory Frost
    - Coyote Dreams by CE Murphy
    - The Guild of Xenolinguists by Shiela Finch

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    Reading now:

    A Russian Beauty - Vladimir Nabokov
    La Catedral Del Mar - Ildefonso Falcones

    Re-reading:

    Future Noir. The Making of Blade Runner - Paul Sammon

    In queue:

    Cuentos (short stories) - Julio Cortazar
    Nostromo - Joseph Conrad

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    Im trying to start reading a few books after quite a while of neglecting literature, most of my reading tend to be instructional, technical rater than fictional or just pleasure read

    Stephen king---> The dark tower series (barely starting it)

    Andrzej Sapkowski ---> "Geralt of Rivia, The last wish"

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    I'm currently going through the Harry Potter books for the first time. I'm halfway through the fifth one.

    After I've finished the series I'll probably read Mohammed and Charlemagne by Pirenne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Chimp View Post
    Wow i thought I would be the only person to read that book. In the past (still am) I was a huge Anarchy Online fan. I just havent had time to play it a long while. I might look into it again when they get the new upgrades.
    Hehe.. that's very cool Didn't think anyone would've read it here either. I hope you haven't missed that they're upgrading the engine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRmk0hZam7A

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    Currently reading:

    The Light Of Other Days by Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter.

    Just finished:

    Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick.

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    Currently reading:

    - The Book of the Virgins by Gabriele D'Annunzio

    - D'Annunzio: The First Duce by Michael A. Ledeen

    Just finished:

    - The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne

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    - Speak, Memory by Vladimir Nabokov

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    Current Reading- 'The Scar' China Mieville
    (listening to) 'Snowcrash' - Neal Stephenson

    Just finished - His Dark Materials trilogy -Pullman

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    Current: "The World Without Us" Alan Weisman
    Past: Ah shit I don't read much ... "Alla Prima" Richard Schmid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Idiot Apathy View Post
    Current: "The World Without Us" Alan Weisman
    That book sounds really interesting from what I've heard. How is it?

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