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KnightWolf    85

just finished Mathesons I Am Legend, currently reading Orwells 1984 and Kings The Stand

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perochan    150

on the pale horse

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qdave    159
The Art of War

good book, i've read it last year :)

I am reading star trek: imzadi :D

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Silver_Guy    0

Battle for the Abyss - Ben counter

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Icarus ^i^    3

Last Chance To See - Douglas Adams & Mark Carwardine

Re-read this book several times since it came out 20 yrs ago.. still as entertaining :)

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Slane    36

Recently finished 'The Law of Nines' and am about halfway through 'The Ghost King'. Next book is going to be 'World Without End'.

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themew    0

Penthouse Forum from June 1982... :)

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Lucryster    2

Culture of Corruption by Michelle Malkin

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Bassem    0
Saturn's Children by Charles Stross. So far it hasn't lived up to the other works of his that I have read, but I must give him credit, the gynoid/spaceship lesbian sex scene was very tastefully done.

I guess I know what my next book is going to be :rofl:

A Thousand Splendid Suns.

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sonrah    1

Storm Front (Book 1 of The Dresden Files) by Jim Butcher

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+bomberh    52

Eddy Nugent And The Map Of Africa

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Xilo    914
Storm Front (Book 1 of The Dresden Files) by Jim Butcher

I love his books. Check out his other series if you haven't already. :)

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buckboii    3

The Reader Benard schlinks and 1984 George Orwell.

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betacortex    1

Atheist Universe

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soumyasch    22

The Fifth Woman by Henning Mankell.

Progresses a bit slowly but as far as I have read, it is good.

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TheLaughingMan    52

Black Boy - Richard wright

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waar    0

Men > Women by Dick Masterson.. terribly unfunny and the cursing is too forced.

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guru    322

odyssey - Jacck McDevitt [scifi]

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bob_loblaw    3
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Damo R.    29,658

Alice in Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass (Centenary Edition)

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gigapixels    99

I just finished Darkly Dreaming Dexter and have started on Dearly Devoted Dexter. I don't think I've ever enjoyed a writing style so much. Awesome books (Y)

I got a Kindle for Christmas (a surprise, not something I asked for) and I love it. It totally got me back into reading, something I've been wanting to do but just needed a little push.

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Growled    3,880

I'm reading Vernor Vinge - A Fire Upon the Deep. Excellent book.

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Fred Derf    214

I just returned "Cool It - The Skeptical Environmentalist's Guide To Global Warming" by Bjorn Lomborg and "The Gathering Storm" (The Wheel of Time Book 12) by Robert Jordan with Brandon Sanderson to my local library. I actually read all 700-odd pages of TGS within a week but since I've invested my time in another 11 books (plus the New Spring Prequel), I felt that I need to have this story finally end.

I just picked up "The Gypsy Morph: Genesis of Shannara" but I may have read this before (I'm not sure). I also picked up the "Elves of Cintra" (the previous book) and I have found out that I have definitely read that book so I'll move on to the Gypsy Morph.

The only other noteworthy book from the last few weeks/months was reading "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" which was fun but otherwise very silly. It was interesting because I knew the original source material and so I could see how the Zombies, Ninjas and the Sholin training got weaved into the original story.

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Damo R.    29,658

I forgot about this thread! maybe pin it...people do read alot!

anyway I am currently reading Shiver

Grace is fascinated by the wolves in the woods behind her house; one yellow-eyed wolf in particular. Every winter, she watches him but every summer, he disappears. Sam leads two lives. In winter he stays in the frozen woods, with the protection of the pack.n summer, he has a few precious months to be human . . . until the cold makes him shift back again. When Grace and Sam finally meet they realize they can't bear to be apart. But as winter nears, Sam must fight to stay human - or risk losing himself, and Grace, for ever!

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