What are you reading?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Snowlilly, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. somebuddyX

    somebuddyX Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    I just started reading the first draft of All Good Things
     
  2. Mrs. Silvercrest

    Mrs. Silvercrest Captain Captain

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    I just started reading a Zane Grey book. Seems good so far. I wanted to see how good the books are Colonel Potter from MASH likes them. :)
     
  3. JD

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    I started the first The Wheel of Time book, The Eye of The World, last week as preparation for the Amazon Prime series' premiere this Friday.
     
  4. sevenstars

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    Which one, I'm wondering?
     
  5. urrutiap

    urrutiap Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    been like 18 years since i last read any HP Lovecraft story from those Penguin House books i got off of Barnes and Noble online a decade ago.

     
  6. urrutiap

    urrutiap Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Books that I am slowly reading currently this late end of the month and to December

    Interview with the Vampire
    Heretics of Dune
     
  7. somebuddyX

    somebuddyX Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Been reading the book version of Generation Kill.
    Not books, but I was on the Toomics app and checking out a few comics.
     
  8. Velocity

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    Reason for Hope by Jane Goodall
     
  9. Owain Taggart

    Owain Taggart Vice Admiral Admiral

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    Reading The Sweetness of Water by Nathan Harris, and I'm kind of struggling through it. It's so slow moving. As something that's supposedly character-driven, the characters are paper-thin and only really exist to serve the plot, which is a shame because the period of history directly following the post-emancipation, deserves to be explored with more respect.