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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.

    very well done

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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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