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Discussion in 'Chat' started by Torgoth, Oct 9, 2002.

  1. Fractured

    Fractured Meh

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    The Travelling Vampire Show by Richard Laymon. :D

    Good stuff..
     
  2. Jax

    Jax Forum Goddess

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    NR: 'Tis by Frank McCourt
     
  3. The Grand Wazoo

    The Grand Wazoo Saeva Indignatio

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    This book is.... Grand!! :eek:
    Just like the Steppewolf..
    Perfect.
    Loneliness isn't bad. :)
    And that's grand.
    This guy.. Ow I wish I could meet him.

    Read it! It's great..! :cool:
     
  4. Rusty

    Rusty A-HAHAHA!

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    parimal2k29 Living Atlantis

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    Second in the series of Douglas Adams' increasingly innacurately named Hitchhiker's trilogy! :D
     
  6. Jax

    Jax Forum Goddess

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    NR: The Midnight Club by James Patterson
     
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    parimal2k29 Living Atlantis

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    Hey, i heard that somewhere... how's the book?
     
  8. Jax

    Jax Forum Goddess

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    Tis a kickass read, just like all of Patterson's work..I'm hooked on his stuff, went to the used bookstore & bought a stack of his books & am working my way through them :)
     
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    NR: 'And Never Let Her Go' by Ann Rule
     
  11. Mr. Cactus

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    Switching between Collier's Encyclopedia vol. 23 and The Long Fuse: An Interpretation of the Origins of World War I
     
  12. Torgoth

    Torgoth Graveless Soul

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    The Death Gate Cycle, volume I
     
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    Just finished Othello by Shakespeare and starting The Inferno by Dante.

    Lady, since you like Patterson's books, I highly suggest reading Jester. It's different, but a damn good book. I read it in three days.. just couldn't put it down.
     
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    Voice of God Harmless Bum

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    Just got home from library and brought Dan Simmons' "The Rise of Endymion" with me. At last I can finish the Hyperion-saga. The first three books were mind-blowingly good, probably best scifi I've ever read, so the expectations are high with this one....
     
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    agatha christie - after the funeral
     
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    Torgoth Graveless Soul

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    Clark Ashton Smith – Ubbo-Sathla
     
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    Mocika Root Of All Evil

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    i just finished the first two book of Hyperion.. should get 'The rise of Endymion' myself... but till then im reading
    Stephen King - Heart of Atlantis
     
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    I've read the first two books of "Hyperion" saga, and I have searched for the third ("Endymion") since October, but I can't find it in Italy...
    AAAAARRRRRRGGGGGHHHHHH!!!!o_O
     
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