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MrStatesTheObvious Posted - 22 May 2008 : 19:30:23
Just a place to talk about what you're currently reading...or just started reading...or just finished. In case you didn't want to make a whole new topic for it or whatever.

I'm in the middle of reading A Murder of No Importance starring Oscar Wilde solving a murder mystery. With Sir Arthur Conan Doyle backing him up. Hell yeah.

I'm not a snob. Just overeducated.
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HammerFall Posted - 29 Aug 2013 : 14:16:14
Not that lots of you would care but im reading the holy bible.
merlin the wizard Posted - 29 Jun 2013 : 22:16:50
i am reading 3 books are fr rising time and fr the legacy and d&d the mark of nerath books

merlin the wizard
dark mage Posted - 05 Feb 2013 : 05:37:36
Been meaning to read some of Pratchetts work but just havent gotten around to it.

Currently reading Dracula for my Reading Fiction class in Uni. Classic and so far pretty good, better then the Francis Ford Coppla movie but the writeing style and the constant use of journals and letters is a little...I dont know just makes it almost a chore to read.

"Ladies and Gentilman welcome to my life again" Sonata Artica
Slorg Posted - 05 Feb 2013 : 01:22:07
I recently read The Hogfather by Terry Pratchett, which was amazing.

I'm now reading The Long Earth by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter which is about the idea that a limitless number of alternate Earths exist and can be 'stepped into' with a simple device that can be made out of radio parts and a potato. This has caused all kinds of problems - from people 'stepping' directly into natural cliffs in the alternate Earths and dying, to criminals stepping into and out of the alternate Earths to get around security or hide from authorities.

It's an awesome book so far.

Fizban Who Posted - 31 Dec 2012 : 03:19:27
Sounds pretty cool Merlin, currently work is keeping me way to BZ & tired to pick up a book at this time.

"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing"

-Edmund Burke-
merlin the wizard Posted - 26 Dec 2012 : 02:47:46
i am reading brass dragon codex book - i got this book with green, silver, black , 3 in 1 dragonlance chronciels for christmas 2012

merlin the wizard
Metallica rules Posted - 11 Jul 2012 : 14:33:41
Then agian another book I like from him is Cujo. Not to bad of a book really. But man is his mind fucked.
HammerFall Posted - 10 Jul 2012 : 03:15:43
You know that does sound pritty cool cuz mabye one day ill try to find it and get it.
dark mage Posted - 09 Jul 2012 : 18:26:18
Currantly readin Secretum the sequal to Imprimatur and word to the wise if you`re not interested in history and political intrigue do not read these books. I like this kind of thing and even I am haveing a hard time getting through it. Starts so slow....

"Ladies and Gentilman welcome to my life again" Sonata Artica
HammerFall Posted - 09 Jul 2012 : 16:34:31
Now that book is a good one im actually reading that one dude.
Metallica rules Posted - 09 Jul 2012 : 16:15:01
I like the book called The Stand by Steven King also great book to read.
RaistlinsLight23 Posted - 09 Jul 2012 : 05:13:46
I am actually currently reading a biography on Alexander Hamilton for fun

"What do I see? I see time as it affects all things. Human flesh withers and dies before my eyes. Flowers bloom, only to fade. Trees drop green leaves, never to regain them. In my sight, it is always winter, always night."
Raistlin Majere - Dragons of Winter Night
Metallica rules Posted - 09 Jul 2012 : 01:11:55
I love insomnia its one of my fav books by him.
HammerFall Posted - 08 Jul 2012 : 18:38:04
Ya I know you like them books of his but whats your fav buddy?
Metallica rules Posted - 08 Jul 2012 : 17:19:50
so far I have been reading alot of Steven King books

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