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I'm reading the amazing spiderman. I've actually never read any of them but had an innate love for the movies. So, went to a comic book store asked someone what's the best way to start, and out of the two he gave me I decided to go retro and re the 1-13# of the amazing spiderman from the marvel masterworks. Great choice.
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Second book in Lies of Locke Lamora series.
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I have been reading most of the Tom Clancy novels like Black Hawk Down, Splinter Cell oh and im finishing up the Bourne Legacy novel which is pretty sick.
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I am currently re-reading The Summer of the Ubume by Natsuhiko Kyogoku and Drops of God graphic novels by Tadashi Agi
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08/07/2012 01:55 AMPosted by judeobscure
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Sweet lord does that book take forever. It was an interesting book and I love Murakami, but in my opinion the story seemed to drag at times.

As for myself, just finished reading IT as well as the Eragon books, and am now on The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson.
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I just started reading Mistborn, the first in the Mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson.

I just finished Starship Troopers by Robert Heinlein and The Forever War by Joe Haldeman. They are both about sci-fi war and the philosophy behind it. I thoroughly enjoyed them both.

Starship Troopers promotes the glory of war while The Forever War portrays war as useless and a waste of life, time, and money.
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Just finished The Dream of Perpetual Motion, by Dexter Palmer. It was a very, very, bitter book. Moreso if you've ever been in love... I quite enjoyed it.
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A people's history of the world.

700+ page book on class struggle throughout history.

No, it isn't for a class. It is for "fun". Addicting once you get into it. Not just this book, but well-written books on class struggle in general.

Read mostly non-fiction these days, but I've been slowly getting back into fiction. With the huge disappointment in gaming over the last few years, I've turned back to my original hobby of reading fiction. Sat down and read the first book of "The Ranger's Apprentice". Aimed towards children and highly unoriginal and predictable, but was still very entertaining. Read the whole thing through in one sitting.
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Game of thrones
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and Assassin's Creed (all of them from the Altair era) again.
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Systematic Theology by Louis Berkhof. Very good so far.

Divine Comedy. Inferno was great, Purgatory was okay, Paradise is boring so far.

The Coming Race by Edward Bulwer-Lytton should be arriving in the mail soon. I enjoy hollow earth stories. My two favorites are The Mound by HP Lovecraft and First Men in the Moon by HG Wells. Check it, yo!
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I just finished Azimov's "The Gods Themselves" and planning to re-read Zelazny's "This Immortal" next week. Amazing stuff to revisit every once in a while...
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05/14/2012 09:45 PMPosted by pix
Just starting book 9 of "The Wheel of Time".

Honestly, these books have gotten... bloated. It's a little rough to keep going. Still, I can't stop because when it is good, it's the best.

I might actually use D3 as a break from the reading :D


Book nine is when it finally stops feeling like a chore to read them. That whole stretch from 4-8 is pretty painful at times.
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Currently the Game Of Thrones and Divergent series'.
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