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What(book, poem, short story) Are You Reading?
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I am re reading The Hobbit

After that I am going to read Game of Thrones, I heard It's a great series.
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Perks of being a wallflower. Best book i've ever read. It's my overall favourite book, and I recommend it to anybody and everybody above the age of 13.
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Dragon Strike (book 4) by: E.E. KNIGHT, and just finished Mark of Athena by: Rick Riordan

O NOoo, im running out of books to read!!!
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Hunger Games, thought I'd see what all the hype was about. So far, not too impressed.
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Right now Im working on a novel so I keep re checking for grammar and errors!
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reading the black company and gardens of the moon; aswell as a slew of light novels from BAkaReader
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necoconeco101 wrote:

Howls Moving Castle by Diana Wyanne Jones (I love the movie!)

"A Midsummer Nights Dream" by William Shakespeare (For school. It's actually pretty good!)

Book 8 of the Ranger's Apprentice: The Kings of Clonmel (It's really good!!)

The Women Warrior by Maxine Hong Kingston (For school. It's kind of weird... I haven't read much. Reading 3 other books!)

People tell me I read too much. Making this list made me realize that they're right!





I could watch "Howl's Moving Castle" over and over again!



I, eventually, read the book. Just as good ... but I still love the movie the most!!
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I am currently reading The Diary of a Wimpy Kid for the class Lit Circle assignment. I'm the classroom aide and I had to be in a group (better this book than a Captain Underpants book! ) .
I am, also, reading the The Lightning Theif by Rick Riordan... actually, rereading it. It's a good series.
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"Hex and the City" by Simon R. Green
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Of Mice and Men.
It's a sad ass story. I swear.
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^It is a sad story, as so many of his are.

Like many others I usually have several things going on simultaneously:

City of Illusions, from a book collecting some of the Hainish Cycle novels by Ursula Le Guin
Clarissa, or The History of a Young Lady by Samuel Richardson. It's so long and so good
A book on Gothic art and architecture, the medieval kind, not Victorian Gothic. Dense text but great pictures
A book of Samuel Taylor Coleridge poems
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neumaus wrote:

Palm-of-the-Hand Stories by Yasunari Kawabata. Just got the book today after waiting like two weeks. Love short stories.


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Norwegian Wood.


A very good book. The best by Murakami.


I'm reading A Thousand Cranes by Kawabata

And I think his best book is The Wind Up Chronicles. Have you read it?
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"48 Laws of Power" by Robert Greene
"The Prince" by Niccolo Machiavelli
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