What Are You Reading At The Moment?

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  1. Exitus

    Exitus Well-Known Member

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    Ken Kasey - Cuckoos nest
     
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    The zombie survival guide.
     
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    The book I'm reading currently is Angela's Ashes

    But for fun I am reading "Severed: The True Story of the Black Dahlia Murder".

    Very good book and very descriptive including the pictures which some of the are almost unbearable to look at just too grotesque.
     
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    Slam!! i have only 33 pages left but im too lazy to finish it.
     
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    I'm reading The Chocolate War for school purposes, as I have to right an essay on it :(
     
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    this thread......

    and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Operation Barracuda
     
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    I dont read alot..i have a sports life :P but i love darren shan. I love all his grusome books like the Cirque De Freak and the Demonata series.
     
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    It by Stephen King. It's a long book, but it's extremely good.
     
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    I've heard so much good things about that book, and I still haevn't read it, nothing from Stephen King actually... too busy I guess
     
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    man, Stephen KINGS Books are apsolutly amazing...im recommending him as an author
     
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    to kill a mocking bird for school :tongue:
     
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    Stephen King is only good in small doses. After 600 pages, his writing gets far too repetitive.

    To Green Angel Tower, by Tad Williams. A book so big, when they printed it in paperback they had to split it into two 800+ page parts. I'm on part one.

    1600+ pages. :eek:
     
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    LOL, that would be very hard to hold while reading...and i dont know i have only read one Book By Stephen King....my next book is Pet Sematary
     
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    started the prequel to WoT today :P
    a new spring, 334 pages, that's not much, but for a writer like Robert Jordan, that's miniscule :tongue:
     

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