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    I'm currently reading The Gargoyle by Andrew Davison
    A friend bought it for me for my birthday, and I'm loving it so far brilliant description and just written amazingly.

    Afterwards, I'm going to buy and read Art and Fear, have been meaning to read that book for ages now.
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    Just finished The Unblemished by Conrad Williams. Excellent writer, great horror, but meh ending.

    Prior to that I read Anathem by Neal Stephenson. Excellent writer, great philosophical and mathematical sci-fi, great build-up, meh climax, great denouement.

    Torn between World War Z by Max Brooks and The Terror by Dan Simmons as my next read. Leaning towards Simmons.
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    Figured that I should read "Watchmen" before the movie came out, so I did. Almost finished the whole thing in one long sitting. Very good.

    Next, I'm probably just going to go though a bunch of short stories. Started reading a few good ones by Issac Asimov. Also looking for some H. P. Lovecraft stuff. I recently realized that I know a good bit about the Cthulhu mythos, but I've never actually read any of the stories.
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    I'm not reading any books atm, but I have made a "To read" bookmarks folder. Recommendations / reviews welcome.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Culture
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    "Man In The Dark" by Paul Auster. Deceptively brilliant.
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    Hyperion by Dan Simmons

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    The Scar by China Mieville
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    Just finished 'Pillars of the Earth' by Ken Follet - Excellent but a brutal read
    Also just finished 'Dracula' by Bram Stoker - Holy...just...wow, I love it!

    Currently reading Mary Shelly's 'Frankenstein'.

    /should be drawing not reading :p
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