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    I prefer to write than read
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    currently reading = this thread

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    Just started reading Under the Dome by Steven King.

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    anyone read the lost symbol yet? i have it but havent got around to reading it yet.
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    Now - Nearly finnished Reading this thread

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    Im slowly working my way through the books from the beat generation - currently reading On The Road by Jack Keroac

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    this thread lol
    and trying to get back into reading books but with hardly any focus
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    Reading the homework i wrote earlier...Badtimes.

    Erm, but as novels go im reading : Hitchhikers guide to the Galaxy. Because the books so much better than the film =p
    interesting.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pan View Post
    Reading the homework i wrote earlier...Badtimes.

    Erm, but as novels go im reading : Hitchhikers guide to the Galaxy. Because the books so much better than the film =p
    If anybody wants a ridiculously hard challenge, type HGTTG text game into google. best of luck and dont forget that the piece of fluff comes in handy!!
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    Currently: Jane Eyre, Sabriel (by Garth Nix) and For Crying Out Loud (By Jeremy Clarkson).

    Yep- I'm reading all three at once. But to be fair- the first is for English Lit, second is my own choice and the third because Clarkson's always good for the lols
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    Quote Originally Posted by deepbluesea View Post
    Sabriel (by Garth Nix)
    Good book

    Reading Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick. Nearly finished though =/

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeachyMcWiggins View Post
    The Sword of Shannara - Terry Brooks

    Recommended by ickle a f ew weeks ago.

    I'm reading it right now as well! Well, done the first two (prologue and first one), and now onto the elfstones

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hrbdefender View Post
    I'm reading it right now as well! Well, done the first two (prologue and first one), and now onto the elfstones
    I read the Sword of Shannara and got about halfway through Elfstones before stopping. Felt a bit too much like Lord of the Rings, really. Elfstones not so much, from what I remember reading of it, but at the time I was reading it I was distracted by other things.


    Sort of reading Last of the Wilds by Trudi Canavan at the moment. I read the first one in the series about a year ago, so I can't really get into this one, 'cause I don't remember half of the characters
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    I know how that feels Adkill! I did the same with the Old Kingdom Series by Garth Nix.


    Still reading the epic Romance of The Three Kingdoms (Vol 1.)

    Doesnt get any easier to read... but does get more awesome

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    I'm going to start reading the Band of Brothers book soon, apparently it's more detailed than the series so should be good.

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    Me: This thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adkill View Post
    Sort of reading Last of the Wilds by Trudi Canavan at the moment. I read the first one in the series about a year ago, so I can't really get into this one, 'cause I don't remember half of the characters
    It's a really good series imo but does get pretty damned predictable at times. The 'shocking' revelations are mostly obvious before the characters realise =/

    Not really reading anything now (finished Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?) but contemplating starting Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami. Anyone read it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adkill View Post
    I read the Sword of Shannara and got about halfway through Elfstones before stopping. Felt a bit too much like Lord of the Rings, really. Elfstones not so much, from what I remember reading of it, but at the time I was reading it I was distracted by other things.


    Sort of reading Last of the Wilds by Trudi Canavan at the moment. I read the first one in the series about a year ago, so I can't really get into this one, 'cause I don't remember half of the characters
    Yeah, I thought that whilst reading the first two; but, it does have merits of it's own which I like.

    And, isn't she the one that wrote "The Black Magician" trilogy? If so, I loved that series

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hrbdefender View Post
    And, isn't she the one that wrote "The Black Magician" trilogy? If so, I loved that series
    It is indeed. I liked the Black Magician books but preferred the 'Last of the Wilds' series (I forget what it's actually called...)

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    CHERUB series, v. good

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