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Ender's Game - OSC
Finally got around to reading EG since it's been in my to read list like forever. Can't say I see what the big deal is. The big trick at the end made me feel cheated out of what could have been a good battle rather than what it was.
the indwelling - LaHaye/Jenkins
on chapter 5
On chapter III
I'm still working on the Night Circus. I'm going slowly but am loving what I'm reading.
Recently finished The Right Mistake by Walter Mosley, the third in his Socrates Fortlow series.
Just started The Raw and the Cooked.
finished Mitch Albom's The Time Keeper in a little over a day
Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
started catching jordan but i can't remember the author. pretty terrible so far
Red Country - Joe Abercrombie
"A Christmas Carol and Other Stories" by Charles Dickens.
Im soooooooo into the "Song of Ice and Fire" Books, the story is just incredibly thrilling, the characters so great - once i start reading, i can't stop for 2-3 hours .
And the best thing about it : There are 6 Books !!! I just started the 3rd one, so i've still got a lot of sleepless night ahead of me t:
The Catcher in the Rye- J.D. Salinger
finished it last night. big pile of meh for me
The Sun Also Rises by Hemingway. It's my first Hemingway book. So far, it's ****ing good.
Just finishing 'the shadow rising ' book 4 of the wheel of time, by Robert Jordan. Have read books 1-8 but thought it would be best to start from scratch again now the end of the series is in sight.
Just finished The Twelve by Justin Cronin. Interested to see how he caps off the trilogy.
Worth reading? I read The Passage two years ago and loved it, but didn't really see the need for a followup, let alone two (it did end on a sort of cliffhanger, but I thought the main story was wrapped up well.).
I thought so, some good character building, I think the story frame work is quite a bit neater than the first one.
Finished reading "Death Masks" and "Blood rites" by Jim Butcher.
The Wind Through the Keyhole by Stephen King
Isn't that the "in-between-quel" for DT series? Any good?