What are you reading 2.0

Discussion in 'Non-WOT - Literature and Fiction' started by Aduiavas Ida, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. Thaddius al'Guy

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    Reading Douglas Adam's 'Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency'
     
  2. Juliya Karasu

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    Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson ... which is why I've been so quiet lately.

    Almost done, I'm at the beginning of the climax at the end.
     
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    Aaaahhh! Oathbringer is SO GOOD!
     
  4. Mathias Vielfrass

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    I will have to put Oathbringer on my list.

    First, should I finish the Mistborn series first, having read the first six or two trilogies worth?

    Second, I am told my obituary will read, "He was crushed by the stack of books on his headboard he meant to get around to reading some day."
     
  5. Almira ni'Caldazare

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    I'm not reading fantasy right now (that doesn't happen often)! I'm reading a WWI mystery called the Secret Rooms by Catherine Bailey.
     
  6. Adanys Wynterwulf

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    Currently reading Dry by Neal Shusterman.

    Yikes, this book is so plausible, it's scary.
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    And it's prompted wary glances at my water bottle more than once
     
  7. Leala Gymorraine

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    Is it about our water supply going away? :look
     
  8. Adanys Wynterwulf

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    Not the entire world's, but a large portion of Southern California

    And it's scary what these people will do for a drop of water :blink
     
  9. Lady Cassie

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    I am both reading something new and rereading an old favourite (because I'm a weirdo that always has two books on the go at a time)

    Re-read: Good Omens by Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett (in preparation for the show)
    New read: Deadhouse Landing by Ian C. Esselmont
     
  10. Adanys Wynterwulf

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    *looks at her 3 currently reading books*
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    :lol nope, not weird at all
     
  11. Lady Cassie

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    Excellent! I usually get a look reserved for someone who has just tried to summon the Dark One when I say this. I knew I was in the right place with this community!
     
  12. Almira ni'Caldazare

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    I'm reading The Shadow Roads by Sean Russell. It's a traditional Sword and Sorcery book which is what I usually read.
    I finished the Pale Horseman last night. It's an historical history book about 800 AD England. The Saxons and British are fighting each other and quickly erasing the Roman ruins in their midst when the Norsemen and Vikings attack. The warring kingdoms have to learn to work together before they die together!