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    Reading: Battle Royale by Koushun Takami, Grimm Fairy Tales by the brothers Grimm

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    Suzanne collains the hunger games (this better been worth my money)

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    Started reading Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. Really good so far.

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    i am reading all three hunger games simultaneously like Abe Sapien in Hellboy...

    jk reading DarkTower 3 the Wastelands.

    ...audiobook

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobbA View Post
    Started reading Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. Really good so far.
    One of the best fantasy series I've ever read! I also recommend to read Elantris - great book. Actually, I can sincerely recommand any of Sanderson's books!

    Anyway, I've just finished Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said by Philip K. Dick and star reading Herbert's Dune

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    Currently reading 'The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath'

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    Just finished reading The Stranger by Albert Camus, and currently going through Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse. It is such a wonderful book.

    After that it's back to Haruki Murakami for a while. :{D


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    Currently reading 'Titus Groan' by Mervyn Peake.

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    I'm enjoying The Supervillain Handbook by "King Oblivion PhD" at the minute. The physical book isn't out for a week or so, but you can get the ebook or just keep your eyes out. Quite funny, very well written.

    Is anyone on goodreads? I find it pretty hand for recommendations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donalfall View Post
    Is anyone on goodreads? I find it pretty hand for recommendations.
    I'm on Goodreads. I haven't discovered anything too amazing through the recommendations, and I really need a way to tell it to only recommend books with a rating of 3.8 or higher. The lists people make on there are often a good bet, though.

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    Started reading metro 2033 by Dmitry Glukhovsky and so far im really enjoying it although the russian names sometimes get confusing.
    If your a post-apocalyptic fan I really recommend it especially if your a fan of the metro 2033 game.

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    After many recommendations, I finally bit the bullet and started reading Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged." About a quarter of the way into it now, and thus far it is surprisingly entertaining - I was worried I might have to battle through an utterly dull brick of a book, and I don't particularly like fiction to begin with. But so far so good: dem capitalists are saving the world, amidst howls of protests from ungrateful commies. :-)

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    heres soms suggestions, from Sergey Brin

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    The Devil's Delusion: Atheism and its Scientific Pretensions
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    a mathematician and philosopher examines the limits of scientific knowledge and the overblown assertions made beyond those limits.

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    Well hunger games was a waste of money

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    Just finished the second in the Forerunner trilogy with 'Halo: Promordium'.

    Now working my way through 'The Final Empire', the first book in the Mistborne, series. I've heard good things about it and so far I'm not disappointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobbA View Post
    Started reading Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. Really good so far.
    Yeah, I just finished reading that! Really good book.

    I'm currently reading the second book to that series, The Well of Ascension, but it feels kind of slow to me. Perhaps that's just me.

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    It's Me O Lord The Autobiography Of Rockwell Kent

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    Cellular and Molecular Immunology , 7th Edition by Andrew H. Lichtman .
    Sans Famille by Hector Mallot and the Bible , the Louis Seconde edition to uplift my very poor french .N'est pas ce trop facile pour moi ?
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    just reread the entire Dune series (again) and the books co-authored by his son. (also very cool).

    then i read Enders Game. - another very cool sci-fi book.

    now reading two books at the moment, the hunger games, and the second Eragon book.

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    Finished reading: savages by don winslow

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    I'm currently reading Clues book one; it's a French graphic novel. I'm having fun having to type everything into Google translate to read it haha, but it's worth it!

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    I finished reading "Krew faraonów" (eng. "Pharaohs' blood") by Wojciech Dutka. It's a thriller set in Ancient Egypt.

    Now I'm going back to science-fiction and started "The Man in the Maze" by Robert Silverberg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpaint View Post
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    Yessss. He is awesome. The Prefect is probably my favourite.

    I recently got The Incal (Alexandro Jodorowsky & art by MOEBIUS!) It is just blowing my mind.

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