What are you reading?

Discussion in 'Non-WOT - Literature and Fiction' started by Toral Delvar, May 10, 2010.

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  1. Roheryn ni Galghandhrei t'al'Djinn

    Roheryn ni Galghandhrei t'al'Djinn Aes Sedai Membership Activities Coordinator Head of the Green Ajah

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    I'm reading Six Silent Men Book One by Reynel Martinez
     
  2. Amaryla Leper

    Amaryla Leper Novice

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    Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe again. I'll sleep myself to death.
     
  3. Boles Curtasis

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    The Walking Dead
     
  4. Val a'Shain

    Val a'Shain Gaidin

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    Read Fountain of Age, a short story collection by Nancy Kress recently. Stories like these is what Kress does best.
     
  5. Anika Forsyn

    Anika Forsyn Aes Sedai

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    I FINALLY got a hold of book 4 of the Malazan Empire House of Chains. I'll be diving in this weekend.
     
  6. Midian Venamar

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    About halfway through the final Mistborn book ... after that, I'm starting on Dune.
     
  7. Dieda Eriu

    Dieda Eriu Aes Sedai

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    ToM for the first time :look
    Also, On Basilisk Station by David Webber, which is okay, but not really up to my expectations :cheese
    Also The Forest Mage by Robin Hobb, which is ^^
     
  8. Val a'Shain

    Val a'Shain Gaidin

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    Read Range of Ghosts by Elizabeth Bear this week. One of the best books I've read this year.
     
  9. Elays Saeryn

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    "Crimes against Magic" by Steve Mchugh
     
  10. Melina Tashir

    Melina Tashir Aes Sedai

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    Me wants :)

    Just finished Blackout (#3 Newsflesh trilogy) by Mira Grant and I loved it. Really if you love zombies & government conspiracies you should read it :)
     
  11. Anika Forsyn

    Anika Forsyn Aes Sedai

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    Meh. Zombies aren't really for me. Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan is my latest interspersed with some House of Chains and Gathering Storm.
     
  12. Melina Tashir

    Melina Tashir Aes Sedai

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    Just started reading The Last Girl by Jane Casey. I've read few of her other books so I am sure it's going to be good.
     
  13. tone al'ucas

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    I finished the Night Angel (Weeks) trilogy a couple weeks ago, I kind of thought is was like a medieval Dexter with some magic thrown in. I liked it. I am currently reading the Mark of Athena, just finished a quick surface re-read of lord of Chaos thru TofM, and re-reads of Locke Lamora and the Warded Man books, which I really liked. Having actually written this down, I should probably get out more. That's a lot of stuff for 4-5 weeks.

    And Heroes by Abercrombie (love Abercrombie!), waiting for Red Country on 11/13.

    Need something new.
     
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  14. Seaghan Hama

    Seaghan Hama

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    Just finished Fires of Heaven in my umpteenth WoT re-read. Preparing for the end.....
     
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  15. Brandon Tataru

    Brandon Tataru Gaidin

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    I just finished reading Monster Hunter International. It was a pretty good read. Especially if you like gun talk. I'm not a huge gun fan but still enjoyed it.
     
  16. Enelya al'Morna

    Enelya al'Morna Aes Sedai

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    Anna Karenina by Tolstoy, I'm really enjoying it :)
     
  17. Val a'Shain

    Val a'Shain Gaidin

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    Read Ray Bradbury's classic Fahrenheit 451 recently. As it turns out it wasn't as much about censorship as I was lead to believe.
     
  18. Anika Forsyn

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    House of Chains in the Malazan Empire series.
     
  19. Val a'Shain

    Val a'Shain Gaidin

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    Read Be My Enemy by Ian McDonald last week. Very geeky books for boys. I would have loved to see that on the shelf when I was about 13.
     
  20. Melina Tashir

    Melina Tashir Aes Sedai

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    Finished The Last Girl this morning as I suspected very good as the other books. Just started Every Secret Thing by Laura Lippman.
     
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