Thread: what are you reading?

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    oh god....i scared plankeye x away
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      Right now I'm reading "Chainfire", book 9 in Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series. It's pretty good but definitly not the best in the series.
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        The Bible. Good stuff.
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          im reading a hustler
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            Quote by Jesus_crysus
            im reading a hustler


            There's actual stuff to read in there? If so, why are you reading it? Get to the pictures already!

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              Memoirs of a Geisha great book! A few Greek mythology books, some Stephen King, Harry Potter series (again) and Your best life now. Very eclectic!
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                Kiss me, Kill me by Ann Rule. She's my favorite true crime writer
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                  Plato's Phaedo for Philosophy class. But soon I'll be reading a biography of Walt Disney ("Disney's World") once it comes in from EBAY. For fun.
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                    For school: Crime & Punishment, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Yes, it's slighly horrible, but if I'm planning on graduating, I gotta read it.

                    For fun: A book on art and drawing techniques. It's not in front of me right now, so the name escapes me. . .
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                      If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor by Bruce Campbell is full of humour. I loved it, and recommend it to any fan of the Evil Dead star.
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                        Well, since I'm back in school, I will began to read "The Fifty-Minute Hour" by Robert Lindner (sp?). Its a psychoanalytical type book .
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                          Black Heart, Ivory Bones, a book of short stories of rewritten fairy tales.
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                            Star Wars: Dark Lord (Sci- Fi)
                            The Maker's Diet (Health Book)
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                              Just finished my Johnny Depp 'The Modern Rebel' book.
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                                I'm currently reading the last of The Dark Tower books.

                                All of them have been brilliant.
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                                  Quote by Euphoriac
                                  I'm currently reading the last of The Dark Tower books.

                                  All of them have been brilliant.


                                  Just finished it, awesome series, I'm happy to finally get to the end but sad there will be no more.
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                                    Quote by blackcat_0_1
                                    If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor by Bruce Campbell is full of humour. I loved it, and recommend it to any fan of the Evil Dead star.


                                    Yes yes YESSSSS!

                                    It's truly great. The foreword is probably the best ever; the Raimi brothers exposed as petty thieves!

                                    I'm reading 5 People You Meet in Heaven and have just finished Sleep Pale Sister (a delightful gothic novel...)

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                                      Quote by skywalkersghost
                                      Quote by Euphoriac
                                      I'm currently reading the last of The Dark Tower books.

                                      All of them have been brilliant.


                                      Just finished it, awesome series, I'm happy to finally get to the end but sad there will be no more.


                                      Damn... I'm up to Wizard and Glass... he released the rest in such a short space of time and they are all big assed hard backs!

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                                        At home: The Monk by M G Lewis

                                        At work: Valis by Philip K Dick
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                                          Star Wars: The Swarm War.

                                          And Silver Surfer Volume 3. Marvel has finally come to its senses and started exploring its cosmic/space characters again, so I wanted to get reacquainted with some of the older stuff before 'Annihilation' starts in a couple of months. I started at SS #1 and I've just read #50. I'm taking a breather before pushing on to #100.

                                          What can I say, it's summer. University starts again in March. Give a guy a chance to indulge in some mindless trash before getting back to the intellectual stuff.
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