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    Default What book are you currently reading?

    So read any good books lately? whether you've just finished one or are in the middle of something exciting post it here!!!


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    How to save your HDD from crashing so you don't lose all of your data.


    Or, more seriously, a downloaded copy of Prozac Nation by Elizabeth Wurtzel.

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    well am reading Books about Computers and Samuria Deeper ^__^ COOLs what are u reading?

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    How to talk to a widower by john tropper, excellent

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    About to start on this one



    Should be a bit of a read

    EDIT: Struggling with the second lord of the rings. Put it down and tempted to make a start on some other books. Bought the majority of the wheel of time series and all the amtrak wars books, so I could choose between sci-fi or fantasy

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    I Am America (And So Can You!) by Stephen Colbert.

    Needless to say, it's making me more American.

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    In English:
    The Queen of Spades by Pushkin

    In Japanese:
    Level 7 by Miyuki Miyabe

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    I finished "The Lost Symbol" by Dan Brown on the bus ride up here (well, almost finished. I had about twenty pages left when I signed into motel room)

    Also started "The Dragon Reborn" by Robert Jordan (part of the Wheel of Time series). I figured I'd give it another go so that I could read some of the newer books that have come out and actually be able to follow the plot, but they didn't have the first two books in stock at the used book store I went to. I'm struggling to remember certain things, and who certain characters and whatnot are, but I'm getting there

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    I am currently reading Wizards first rule by Terry Goodkind. I am enjoying it so far although I have heard the series gets poorer in later books.

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    I'm about to read Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell. Not sure if it'll be good or not though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littledood View Post
    I'm about to read Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell. Not sure if it'll be good or not though.
    It's a solid thriller. I read it awhile back and enjoyed it. The sequel books starting with the third are weak.

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    Currently reading the Wheel of Time series, on "The Shadow Rising" at the moment. It's good because the chapters seem to be lunchbreak sized.

    Also having a chuckle at a lovely book with a lot of Sergio Aragon├ęs' Mad magazine work, oddly enough called "Sergio Aragon├ęs, Five decades of his finest works".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkseid View Post
    It's a solid thriller. I read it awhile back and enjoyed it. The sequel books starting with the third are weak.
    Have you read EndWar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littledood View Post
    Have you read EndWar?
    Nah, at least not yet. I think I have it collecting dust on my shelf.

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    Didnt know this thread existed...

    Well,i am reading The Book of Five Rings, by Miyamoto Musashi, and The Art of War by Sun Tzu.

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