All you readers out there: What are you reading? (in Off-topic)
December 20 2005 10:51 PM EST
December 20 2005 11:04 PM EST
The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger
December 20 2005 11:20 PM EST
Maxim or Stuff magazines
December 20 2005 11:38 PM EST
I'm reading the book that must have helped Ranger a bit.
December 20 2005 11:42 PM EST
I just recently start Children of Dune. its pretty good so far. : )
December 21 2005 12:01 AM EST
THUD! by Terry Pratchett
I just picked up the following:
The Goethe work is has both the original German work and the English translation, so I'll be able to brush up on my German if need be.
December 21 2005 2:37 AM EST
I read the James Frey book on holiday last year. Put me off going to the dentist for life....
December 21 2005 2:54 AM EST
Wheel of Time series, Robert Jordan
December 21 2005 3:07 AM EST
Martin Fierro, by Jose Hernandez
thats the most recent book I've started... I think I'm actually in the middle of quite a few... >_< can't keep track!
December 21 2005 4:59 AM EST
I only ever seem to have time to read this
Unless you count The Horse And His Boy which I'm currently reading to my daughter.
December 21 2005 5:09 AM EST
December 21 2005 6:50 AM EST
Eldest by Christopher Paolini
Book 2 of the Inheritance trilogy
December 21 2005 7:48 AM EST
Got lord demon in my coat pocket to re-read it on the bus, just happened to be the book i grabbed and starrriger I'm re-reading on my computer when ever the mood strikes me.
It's a joke from cb1 from before forging and clans were around, but here is the original CB for dummies:
I'm currently (re)reading
December 22 2005 10:51 AM EST
Since finishing up with 'Fellowship' I've begun reading:
December 22 2005 12:32 PM EST
I'm pretty sure I'm going to be getting this for Christmas and be reading it then, having allready read the first two.
December 22 2005 6:33 PM EST
I am currently rereading Brian Lumley's The Necroscope series.
three down ten more to go. :)
December 22 2005 7:31 PM EST
almost done with:
December 22 2005 9:27 PM EST
I am currently rereading Ian M Banks Excession.
December 22 2005 10:03 PM EST
Book's I Am Currently Reading
December 23 2005 10:48 AM EST
Rampage, ive read that too, it was pretty good. Im currently (re)reading Sabriel by Garth Nix
December 23 2005 11:02 AM EST
1776.......good subject, boringly delivered.
For Christmas my sister bought me
I'm really enjoying it. She's awesome!
December 27 2005 10:42 PM EST
December 27 2005 11:36 PM EST
Harry Potter et La Coupe de Feu
December 28 2005 3:27 AM EST
December 29 2005 10:53 PM EST
Read a book a week
(Steve Pavlina) and you'll be an international expert within 7 years (on whatever it is that those books have in common... assuming that they do)
December 30 2005 8:47 AM EST
Well currently waiting on 3 books to be shipped to me from Scotland :p
December 30 2005 9:27 AM EST
While Mrs. Monkey was in the hospital, I re-read these:
I would sit in the corner and read while she drifted in and out of sleep...
Now I'm reading:
After all my very relaxing and enjoyable book reading lately, and the article Sukotto posted, I think I'm ready to give up the internet for a while and crack into my library that's been growing, yet gathering dust for the past couple of years :P
December 30 2005 10:31 AM EST
Slowly working through
reading for pleasure or school? cause i had 12 books for my 2 hist classes last semester >.<
December 30 2005 11:35 PM EST
Either... or both. It really doesn't matter. I just started this thread to see how varied a range of books we here could represent-- and I'd say it's quite the collection.
currently chapter 4 out of 18 chapters from an economics book, need to be fully done by January 18th >.<
im reading Jack London's White Fang(sorry no picture)
Anne Bronte's "Agnes Grey"
Lama Surya Das' "Natural Radiance"
Jonatham Lethem's "The Fortress of Solitude"
To be followed shortly by Hardy's "Far From the Madding Crowd"
January 5 2006 11:09 PM EST
Just finished: Currently reading:
Re-reading on the side: Next in line:
January 5 2006 11:14 PM EST
I loved A Clockwork Orange!
January 5 2006 11:21 PM EST
Yeah, I'm looking forward to finally getting around to reading it. The movie is simply amazing!
January 5 2006 11:25 PM EST
Meh, sorry, but the movie is nothing compared to the book, in my opinion.
January 5 2006 11:27 PM EST
Yep, that's always the case. I was implying that since the movie was so good, the book must be far better ;)
January 5 2006 11:29 PM EST
Seems like good logic to me. Do you have a dictionary for the jargon to go with the book?
January 5 2006 11:37 PM EST
That's what I'm looking forward to - the use of jargon :)
Are Men Necessary? -- Maureen Dowd
(by page 8 she has already snarked Ann Coulter -- twice!)
*Interesting to note, both Maureen Dowd and Ann Coulter are all good with spellcheck but "vorpal" still isn't.
January 8 2006 10:09 AM EST
Guy does a good job of telling the story of the war at sea.
Last book I read was an airport exclusive of David Gemmells "Lord of the Silver Bow".
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