What Are You Reading At The Moment?

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  1. nanSTA

    nanSTA Senior Member

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    ~::Intro::~
    Okay, I have a big problem with books...I CAN NEVER FIND A GOOD BOOK!...So please post the currant book you are reading and perhaps its an outstanding book...PM the book name and author and it will be added to the Recommended section

    ~::Recommended Authors::~
    Stephen KING

    ~::Recommended Books::~
    The Long Walk By: Stephen KING

    If you would like to recommend a book/author please PM me
     
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    emotionCORE Well-Known Member

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    The fountainhead
     
  3. MrBear

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    Death Note? xDDD

    But if you mean like an actual book and not manga, the last one of A Series of UNfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket.
     
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    nanSTA Senior Member

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    Kool, im reading The Long Walk, a great book...and i just finished The Child Called "It", tis pretty sad
     
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    THE ULTIMATE GUIDE. Great book, and yes, it is all capitalized.
     
  6. yoshiteru

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    Richard III - Shakespeare for school =/
    Okay play, but most of the play was pure violence, seemed like very little actual story.
     
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    Stone of Farewell.

    For myself.

    I don't read for school.
     
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    Ted Dekker - Saint
     
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    I read for myself too.

    Rereading Point Blank for the 1000000000000th time.

    But a new book,

    Day of the Tiffets or something. Its this crazy book about how carnivorous plants start to take over Earth when a bright green light blinds everyone.
     
  10. nanSTA

    nanSTA Senior Member

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    i also read for myself...i am accually reading a book called...

    So B. It

    for skewl...not too interesting though
     
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    Wheel of Time 11
    I only read for fun
     
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    Crime and Punishment, but by choice it not bad just really wordy at some parts
     
  13. Henri

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    This forum :mellow:
    for myself
    Tom clancy: the columbia conection

    for school absolutley nothing
     
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    Ive Read That, its pretty good ;)
     
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    Othello - Shakespeare
    Yawn.....
     

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