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Good book, though. The ending had an impact on me when it comes to microcosm symbolism.

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Hello and welcome to the forum! I am pretty new to forum and would like to join you all at same time!! I am reading now your all thread whose have you all posted here.

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Good luck with that!


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I feel bad now because I gave up halfway through the second foundation book... should probably pick up that series again. I read Frankenstein, Beowulf, and A Streetcar Named Desire for school this summer, but really Beowulf was the only book that I found interesting.


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I am currently reading to "Adventures of Sherlock Holmes". This is best book for all the Sherlock Fans to get close to his life.

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"Vampyrrhic" by Simon Clark

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Just finished Mass Effect: Revelation by Drew Karpyshyn. Excellent prequel to the game. About to start the second book, Ascension.

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I just recently finished Insomnia by Stephen King, I started Misery yesterday but a friend of mine is lending me Nightfall and Nemesis by Asimov.

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I'm reading 'The Count Of Monte Cristo' and I just finished Dante's 'Inferno'

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About two weeks ago, I got bored one day and went exploring... and finally found the local library. As befits a library in a city 10 minutes from Washington D.C., it's friggin HUGE, so I've been checking out as much new stuff as I can.

My first trip got me all caught up with the Dragonriders of Pern series (there were three new books I hadn't read), and I knocked out His Dark Materials after my second trip. My third trip resulted in reading some random Heinlein (Stranger in a Strange Land, Red Planet, and Starship Troopers), as well as picking up book 4 of Harry Potter, which my Dad lost his copy of.

Once I finish Goblet of Fire, I'll be heading back. I need recommendations! Anything but Star Wars EU; I'm still debating whether eating the sh** purée that is Legacy of the Force to get to the (apparently) exquisite 5-course meal of Fate of the Jedi is worth the trouble.

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I really enjoyed Jim Butcher's Codex Alera series. There are 5 books out now one in hardback only :( till November. His Dresden books are good too.

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I really enjoyed The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, and also go check out the Mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson. The first book is Mistborn: The Final Empire.

Sanderson is also the author who will be finishing Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time series.


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I finished "A Confederacy of Dunces" yesterday on the train. Even though it was written over 40 years ago, it nails down to a precise point the sort of entitled, outrageous personality that has characterized users of the internet since its inception. It's very funny to see that while we've always viewed the obnoxious loudmouths that take to writing blatantly contrarian rants as a product of our times, they've been around this whole time.

The fact that he's an enormous beast living in filth at his mother's home only adds to the picture. I love Ignatius J. Reilly.

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Stage Beans wrote:
It's very funny to see that while we've always viewed the obnoxious loudmouths that take to writing blatantly contrarian rants as a product of our times...



That sounds like half the posts I make here. I guess I should read that, even though those posts are never serious or unintentional.


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The last two books I've finished were Misery and Nightfall, and I have just recently started Asimov's Foundation Trilogy. Only 45 pages done so far, but already this book has impressed me with the concept of predicting history. I have huge expectations for the end twists.

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Once I finish Goblet of Fire, I'll be heading back. I need recommendations! Anything but Star Wars EU; I'm still debating whether eating the sh** purée that is Legacy of the Force to get to the (apparently) exquisite 5-course meal of Fate of the Jedi is worth the trouble.


Sci fi books? Ender's Game. Also I personally thought that Chromosome 6 and Outbreak by Robin Cook are very good books, they're both medical/sci fi thrillers with some horror and basically discuss modern medical technology and scary consequences of what could happen if that technology was just a few years more advanced. The twist in Chromosome 6 was both scientifically and philosophically eye opening, and a bit creepy.

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Stage Beans wrote:
It's very funny to see that while we've always viewed the obnoxious loudmouths that take to writing blatantly contrarian rants as a product of our times, they've been around this whole time.
Hey! More like, your mom's been around this whole time.


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It's very funny to see that while we've always viewed the obnoxious loudmouths that take to writing blatantly contrarian rants as a product of our times, they've been around this whole time.
Negro! This be all like, yo daddy's skank's bin round dis here full time most def.


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Dark Star - Jerry Garcia's biography.

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Sci fi books? Ender's Game. Also I personally thought that Chromosome 6 and Outbreak by Robin Cook are very good books, they're both medical/sci fi thrillers with some horror and basically discuss modern medical technology and scary consequences of what could happen if that technology was just a few years more advanced. The twist in Chromosome 6 was both scientifically and philosophically eye opening, and a bit creepy.


Starting Ender's Game now. Already done with Chromosome 6 and Outbreak... and now I'm fairly certain my next trip to the library will involve grabbing a few more of his books. Those two were pretty damn gripping.

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Post Re: What are you currently reading?
Just finished up reading "Let the Right One In".

A vampire book to not be screwed with, its so well written it should be illegal. I saw the movie prior to reading the book, and it is quite good too, they are both worth a glance.

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Reading Hamlet for school.....
Hamlet = :stabface:


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YES! You're doing it right. Allegorical and literal stabface. It might have been accidental cleverness, but I'll credit you for it anyway.


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East of Eden. Good so far.

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The bass solos are The Rapture. We're all still here. Guess we were doing it wrong.


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East of Eden. Good so far.


How far into it are you?

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60 pages, chapter 7, basically one/tenth through.

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I've started reading this, its actually pretty good.

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