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I just started JK Rowling's The Casual Vacancy. I know it's entirely different than Harry Potter, but I'm excited none the less. I just love her writing style.

let me know if it's any good! if so I'll read it later :)

I'm reading "The White Dragon" by Anne McCaffrey. It's part of a serie about Pern and the dragonriders there. Love it :)

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reading Crime and Punishment.

if 'reading' counts as a few pages once every few weeks!

it's a good book but fuck is it hard to get through!

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I'm reading On Writing by Stephen King

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Richard Burton's Diaries.

After that, The Casual Vacancy. Then I will return to Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition.

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I just started 'Assassin's Creed - Revelations'!

Hell of a book.

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i've just started 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami

Going Postal by Terry Pratchett

Dude, Where's my Country? by Michael Moore

some sherlock holmes stories, and i'm trying hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy once again (: And I'm reading The First Stone for school.

All really brilliant books....except for the First Stone.

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'Shiver'- Maggie Stiefvater.

it's a fucking great book I read it about 10 times

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It's a pretty good read. Can't put it down :P

I love this book! :wub:

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Steve Jobs by Walter Issacson.

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The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins. I'm a practising Muslim as it is, but am a naturally questioning individual who wishes to explore tv reasons for and against God's existence beyond the notions I have previously developed and contrasted in my own mind.

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Anarchy Evolution: Faith,Science,and Bad Religion in a World Without God [ Greg Graffin,Steve Olson]

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a clash of kings - George R. R. Martin

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I had to read A Prayer for Owen Meany for AP Lit. I'm not sure what to think of it.

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I just bought "Supergods" by Grant Morrison, very interesting! It delves into an analysis of superheroes and their relationship to culture. Great read if your into comics at all.

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1984. Good read!

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Re-reading Lord of the Flies for English class and I love it just as much as I did the first time reading it. It's hard to believe this was Golding's first novel and it even won a goddamned Nobel Prize.

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I started game of thrones :)

and I'm at half of a book by Jennifer Weiner, but I don't know the english name :S

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Today I started to read 22/11/63 by Stephen King

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I'm reading Eldest by Christopher Paolini. It has nearly 1000 (actually 999) pages and I read it in English...that's gonna take a while. :D

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Linger by Maggie Stiefvater

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Looking for Alaska by John Green

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well, i'm not reading it anymore, but i've finished Macbeth. And even though i've only read 3 Shakespeare plays, it's probably my favourite of the 3 :)

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Burton on Burton

Of course it's about Tim Burton :P

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A Storm of Swords - George R. R. Martin

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The Opal Deception - Eoin Colfer. (I like kids' books, what can I say?)

I love that book! :lol:

I'm reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. That book never stops to thrill! It's perfect from start to finish!

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