What are you reading?

Discussion in 'Non-WOT - Literature and Fiction' started by Taika Vinh, Jan 6, 2014.

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  1. Ebona din Casei

    Ebona din Casei Aes Sedai

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  2. Jeryn Lekar

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    More than halfway done with it by now but still. Return of the Crimson Guard by Ian C. Esslemont.
     
  3. Nynyra Falas

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    Back to rereading Eye of the world. :)
     
  4. Tazren Talamar

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    Just finished The Traitor Baru Cormorant by Seth Dickinson. One of the best books I've read. Counting last year, it's right up there with The Fifth Season and City of Stairs.

    Such a wonderful novel. Super low fantasy, political intrigue, protagonist is an accountant.
     
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  5. Brandegoris Al'Mor

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    Bernard Cornwell~ Saxon Tales~ 2nd book ( again) "the Pale Horseman"

    Great series. I highly recommend it
     
  6. Almira ni'Caldazare

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    Re-reading Harpist in the Wind by Patricia McKillip. It's like reading a new book each time
     
  7. Erin al'Denael

    Erin al'Denael Ban Hammer, Scourge of Spambots Everywhere Aes Sedai Mistress of Novices & Recruits

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    Rather than saying what I am reading, how about what I will be reading on Tuesday? :D

    It's Briggs/Bishop release week, y'all! :joy

    Tuesday my Kindle will be the recipient of Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs and Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop. ^^

    Now I just have to make it until Tuesday AM. :look
     
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    Reading The Scarlet Pimpernel​. WHY HAVE I WAITED THIS LONG TO READ IT??? D:
     
  9. Jeryn Lekar

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    Reading Blood and Bone by Ian C. Esslemont and The Way of Shadows by Brent Weeks.
     
  10. Nynyra Falas

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    The Shadow books of Brent Weeks are fantastic! I read them a long time ago! :D

    Today I managed to get on a bit with "The three Musketiers" of Dumas. But mainly I am still rereading wot.
     
  11. Anika Forsyn

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    Latest Green Rider novel by Kristen Britain came out called Firebrand. So far so good. About 10% into the book and the main character is already screwed over :lol I'm also on a listen of Memories of Ice by Steven Erickson
     
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    Chapter 18, "A Chat With Siuan," Crossroads of Twilight
     
  13. Talon S. Akar

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    I just finished "The Iron Dragons Daughter" by: Michael Swanwick. Definitely caught my interest as a literary work that really brought together the philosophical question of what if ,even as grand as we are, what if we are really the smallest part of something bigger. Though I may not carry much weight I do suggest a quick read.
     
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    Currently rereading The Hero of Ages​ by Brandon Sanderson.
     
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    Just finished 'Written in my own hearts blood' and realised it isnt the final outlander book...doh!

    Started the first book in the walking dead series (novel not comic) Rise of the Governor. If that's good will keep reading the series but may read Handmaids tale next instead.
     
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    The Burning Land By Bernard Coenwell ( Book 5 in the saxon tales novels). SOOOOOOO good.
     
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    Halfway through The Handmaids Tale. Interesting so far, very bleak but interesting.
     
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    Currently reading Brent Week's 'The Black Prism', first of the Lightbringer novels. I'm halfway through it now and I am enjoying it.
     
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    New Spring by Robert Jordan
     
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