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20 / F / Winding Circle
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Posted 9/29/13
I recently just finished reading "Shatterglass" by Tamora Pierce, the final book of the Circle Opens quartet.

Next I'm going to reread Ender's Shadow by Orson Scott Card.
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Posted 9/29/13
I've just started re-reading the Patrica Briggs - Mercedes Thompson , Moon called, as a friend lent me the last couple of books in the series.
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19 / M / Québec/Canada...
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Posted 9/29/13
I've been reading Inferno, by Dan Brown. I read like 5 to 10 pages a day, because it's so mind blowing that I cannot handle more
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22 / cheesecakes
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Posted 9/29/13
Would a Visual Novel of a manga be considered manga?
If so then I haven't been reading anything other than manga recently
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25 / M / California
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Posted 9/30/13 , edited 9/30/13
Read these in the last 6-7 weeks.

A bunch of Murakami books:
-Hardboiled Wonderland and the End of the World
-The Wind-up Bird Chronicle
-Kafka on the Shore
-A Wild Sheep Chase
-After the Quake
-What I Talk About When I Talk About Running

Some poetry collections:
-Rolling the Bones
-Varieties of Religious Experience
-Self-Portrait in Crayon
-Flowers of Evil
-Shadow of Sirius
-Birds of Paradise

Other miscellaneous books:
-Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers
-The Zombie Survival Guide
-Tick Tock
-Life Without Limits
-Burro Genius

I ended up buying every Murakami book that I could find. I highly recommend Murakami.
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31 / M / VA
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Posted 10/4/13
currently reading Over the Edge of the World by Laurence Bergreen. its about Magellan's voyage around the world.
recently finished Tarzan and the Golden Lion by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
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Posted 10/4/13
I'm currently reading IQ: Independence Hall. It's not too bad so far. It was pretty boring at first but things are getting intense. It makes me want to try out some James Bond novels! I've really only been reading it in school since we're testing for like 3 weeks, and since I usually finish pretty quickly, I just read it.
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15 / M / Soaked In Soul
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Posted 10/5/13
Dan Brown's Deception Point.
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20 / M / Norway
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Posted 10/7/13
I am currently reading Metro 2033. are on page 66, quite interesting...
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19 / F / United States
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Posted 10/8/13
I'm currently reading Homestuck. But on a for real level, I'm reading the Unwind series.
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45 / Chico
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Posted 10/8/13
i just finished the death of vishnu and i am currently reading in the company of the courtesan ... last month i read all of the susan addison books ... they were just fun! i am also reading a book written by theologian sinclair ferguson ... so far so good
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46 / M / KC
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Posted 10/14/13
Finished "Stormdancer" by Jay Kristoff. It wasn't for me, though I think other people may enjoy it. It's a YA steampunk novel set in Japan. The crux of the novel revolves around a young girl that befriends the griffon the Shogun has demanded be captured. It's a very imaginative story, but I think it suffers too much from telling instead of showing. My biggest problem is that it is too obviously a re-imagining of Dune. And it suffers in the comparison.

Next up: "The Computer and the Brain" by John von Neumann.
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38 / M / Oakland, CA
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Posted 10/14/13
Reread "Invisible Cities" this week.

Pure, unadulterated magic.
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20 / M / Melancholy Hill
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Posted 10/15/13
Avengers: Age of Ultron by Brian Michael Bendis man.... So much for being heros they had to do scumbag tactics to beat Ultron & every time he was one step ahead. So good!
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25 / M / London
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Posted 10/18/13
Currently reading: Angels & Demons by Dan Brown
: Forever evil comic's
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