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Like to? I love to!! 0.86304922965192 86.3% [ 16637 ]
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I like movies better. 0.017533848627899 1.8% [ 338 ]
I can't stand reading! 0.0079887949369715 0.8% [ 154 ]
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Hawkwood's Voyage by Paul Kearney
I'm reading Custer Died For Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto by Vine Deloria, Jr.
The Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare. I've just finished the last HP's book ten minutes ago....it's like saying good bye to a good friend cry
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Need by Carrie Jones
The life of pi and shadow of the hedgemon.
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Deathstalker War by Simon Green
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Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time. I'm on book 9, Winter's Heart. I love the rich world Jordan creates full of vastly differing cultures, social stigmas, and generally "real" people even if they do get predictable at times. When the guy who turned me onto the books warned me "It'll be pretty dry until book three," I was understandably hesitant. But he was right, and the first books are like the introduction to any good story: exposition.

Even given my investment in the series and the months of entertainment, I'd only recommend this to fans of fantasy novels. It's very "Lord of the Rings" in that there are extreme fantasy elements like magic and warfare mixed with a lot of political intrigue and subtleties. The story also rapidly breaks into multiple story arcs, sometimes not touching base with a character for an entire book or more. It's a test of patience, but if you can keep up with that sort of thing and have a year or more to dedicate to a single author, go for it.
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Hush, Hush, Book 2: Crescendo by Becca Fitzpactrick. I read the first one already, and really liked it. I suspect that it'll be that way for this one as well.
* Aspergirls - Rudy Simone

* The Steps Up the Chimney - William Corlett

* Språket och människan - Östen Dahl (Language and Humans)
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Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier, Translated by Anthea Bell
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The Clique by Lisi Harrison

Not my usual type of books, but I'm willing to try it out.
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The world is not beautiful



Double Star by Robert Heinlein. Reading it as part of my quest to read all Hugo winning novels.


Therefore it is.
OHGOD i pressed the wrong button. I love reading! dramallama dramallama dramallama
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Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch

by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.

Best ever~

Everyone go read it now.
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Finnegan's Wake by James Joyce. For the challenge of it. Although once you get used to the style, it's kind of relaxing...

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