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what are you reading?

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Re: what are you reading?

Post by das_boot » 20 Mar 2019, 02:07

I’m about to start the Wheel of Time series for the first time, after being mocked for having never read it. Somewhat excited but also kind of ready to be underwhelmed due to the hype...
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Post by EphemeristX » 20 Mar 2019, 17:02

Ha, I've only read one of the books. And it was right in the middle. 13 year old me was so confused.
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Post by Magik84 » 21 Mar 2019, 20:48

Anyone read Becky Chambers Wayfarers series. I just finished "Record of a Spaceborn Few" love the world she's built.
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Post by Gibbering Fool » 22 Mar 2019, 08:12

I've just finished The Three Secret cities by Matthew Reilly. Does Matthew Reilly rate a mention in other countries? He's pretty popular here in Australia (his home country). I liken his books to the literary equivalent of a Streven Segal film though that undersells them a bit. They're full of ridiculous over the top action, and he always puts alot of research into his books, particularly the Jack West Jnr books, which are of ancient history

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Post by urrutiap » 20 Apr 2019, 15:11

Books im reading currently

To Kill a Mockingbird
Star Wars Coruscant Nights IV Last Jedi
2010 edition of Uncle John Bathroom Reader

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Post by Gibbering Fool » 21 Apr 2019, 11:28

I've just finished Skyward by Brandon Sanderson. I enjoyed it. It was a straightforward sci-fi story with a good focus on the characters. A much "smaller" story in terms of scope than some of the other Sanderson stories I've read, so it was a nice change.

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Post by manuel_mc89 » 21 Apr 2019, 21:46

Right now im reading The Handmaid's Tale, and i just got me Carry On by Rainbow Rowell, im midway through Handmaids Tale.
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Post by RingOtaku » 22 Apr 2019, 02:34

just finished the novelization of the Tim Burton Batman movie.
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Post by Anna Raven » 22 Apr 2019, 03:48

RingOtaku wrote:
22 Apr 2019, 02:34
just finished the novelization of the Tim Burton Batman movie.
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Post by Magnus » 13 May 2019, 00:26

Just finished Sins of Empire, which is book 2 of the second trilogy of Brian McClellan's Powder Mage universe. Really enjoyed it a lot, the setting feels pretty novel for fantasy (being set in the Napoleonic era rather than the typical medieval setting) and the plot moves along pretty well and clear without getting bogged down at all.

Next will either be another Michael Sullivan book (Disappearance of Winter's Daughter) or book 4 of Red Rising.

Also I should probably have come back and updated my opinion on the last book I posted about (Oathbringer), it got a lot better once I remembered what was going on and the plot started moving. Really great ending too.

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Post by RingOtaku » 13 May 2019, 02:35

Re-Reading the Exorcist as I just found a copy of the sequel novel Legion which will be next on the list.
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Post by hotknives » 21 May 2019, 08:54

Gibbering Fool wrote:
22 Mar 2019, 08:12
I've just finished The Three Secret cities by Matthew Reilly. Does Matthew Reilly rate a mention in other countries? He's pretty popular here in Australia (his home country). I liken his books to the literary equivalent of a Streven Segal film though that undersells them a bit. They're full of ridiculous over the top action, and he always puts alot of research into his books, particularly the Jack West Jnr books, which are of ancient history
He does pretty well over here too Gibbering. Not a house hold name, but back when I used to work in a bookshop his works sold very well.
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Post by manuel_mc89 » 21 May 2019, 17:58

Guys, i never knew i needes something like Carry On in my life, but i was LIVING with that book. Yes there are cliches, i mean, its a gay vampire wizard love story BUT I LOVED IT, I had never read anything like that (gay fantasy).
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