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Thread: Whats everyone reading now and/or read lately

  1. #21
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    Reading/Book- The Farseerer series by Hobb.
    Audiobook-Moby Dick.

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    I am not reading any novels at the moment, but I am reading a variety of art books to learn some new techniques, and I am reading a collection of W.B Yeats book of poetry.

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    The Fountainhead
    "Oh yeah, well quote this!"
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    First person to notice this text doesn't win a prize.

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    For school: Popol Vuh and The Iliad.

    On my Own: Lightworker, which I just bought today.

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    My mum just bought me a book about knitting, so I'll be reading that shortly. But I've been re-reading Total Aromatherapy Massage by Jennie Harding. It's a really good book and since I'm learning both aromatherapy and massage, it's very useful.


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    I recently re-read my copy of "The Book of Flying" by Keith Miller. I always find something new everytime I read it. Though, for some reason this is a book I loan out to people and do not see again until 1-2yrs later. It's a fantasy novel with short stories integrated into the main story. It's very well written and poignant. To me, it reads like if you could put music into words(like the sound of a violin, not lyrics, obviously). I will say that it's not a book for everyone and it has adult content. However, it's not a smut book. If you don't like thoughtful books, this is not a book for you. Fair warning.
    "Bubble, bubble, toil, and trouble, the sheep in the fields, the cow in the corn."
    "The past is like a fish. You can't change it."


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    I just recently finished reading "Ready Player One" by Ernest Cline and it was absolutely phenomenal.
    Now I'm reading "Neuromancer" by William Gibson, "The Anatomy of Evil" by Michael H Stone and volume two of "Akira" by Katsuhiro Ootomo.
    (multitasking, or possibly just a total inability to focus....)
    "I believe in peace, bitch."
    - Tori Amos

    "Monkey killing monkey killing monkey over pieces of the ground. Silly monkeys give them thumbs they make a club and beat their brother down. How they survive so misguided is a mystery. Repugnant is a creature who would squander the ability to lift an eye to heaven conscious of his fleeting time here."
    - Tool

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    Starting The Sacred Pool by L. Warren Douglas, and was sad to finish the last installment of Galenorn's Chintz 'n China series.

  9. #29
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    Books currently in progress;

    The Two Towers (JRR Tolkien)
    A Discovery of Witches (Deborah Harkness)
    Irreligion (John Allen Paulos)
    the Marvel graphic novel Ozma of Oz

  10. #30
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    The Paris Wife - Paula McClain

    I'm also working on reading:

    The Rainbow - DH Lawrence
    Innocents Abroad - Mark Twain
    Also I read about 30 pages or so a week of Mark Twain's Autobiography Volume I.
    Love you Bobby. RIP My Gentle Giant.

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