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Discussion in 'CoB Off-topic' started by Kaiso, Jan 29, 2012.

  1. Kaiso

    Kaiso New Metal Member

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    Or what is a favorite book you read recently?

    I was recently recommended to a series (which I have been told about in the past, but simply never picked up), and I have found one of the last books in the series today. It's called Lover Mine by J.R. Ward, part of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. I'm assured it is very sexy vampire fiction.

    I almost typed fucktion. freudian slip
     
  2. Night Reaper

    Night Reaper ooo the reaper wants more

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    fuck, i thought i was the only one in here that read

    this is what im reading now

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  3. the stone's hinge

    the stone's hinge Professional Do-Gooder

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    I'm currently waiting for Dances with Dragons to come to me via mail. Other than that, I read the first Hunger Games book because I was urged by everyone I knew. It was meh. I remember when it was called Battle Royale and it was way awesomer.
     
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    Muffin Dawn

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    Currently snailing through "Feersum Endjinn" by Iain M. Banks

    Not his best work, considering ditching it cause at the moment it feels more like a chore to get into the book.
     
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    Just done with Starship Troopers, it's kinda hilarious. Starting The Forever War and going through Jurassic Park.
     
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    the stone's hinge Professional Do-Gooder

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    I read online that some American television soap star committed suicide after he put down his pit bull because his neighbors were complaining. Idiot.
     
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    Ensi CAT WITH FUKKEN PODS

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    I want to read The Divine Comedy but I don't think my brain can handle it :(
     
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    The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, but I've already read that before. So now I'm waiting for Diablo: The book of Cain.
     
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    Leandro ¬¬

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    I tried once, it's boring as shit. Reads like the bible.
     
  10. Night Reaper

    Night Reaper ooo the reaper wants more

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    except, SOME people can walk on water (jesus)
     
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    I just re read 1984 the other day...I haven't read it since high school, I forgot how good it was. Right now I'm working on Corey Taylor's book, Seven Deadly Sin's. I've never really been a Slipknot fan but this book is actually incredibly well written and really fascinating...very thought provoking.
     
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    snowy The Empire Strikes Back

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    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep
     
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    dreams_of_eternal_hate I'm in space

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    Sadly mostly materials for uni atm. Pic related

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    snowy The Empire Strikes Back

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    Leandro ¬¬

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    innuenDO Pottwahl

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    THis book doesnt have a real story but I still think its the best novel I ever read.
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  18. nettitaikatalvi

    nettitaikatalvi up goes the monkey...

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    I'm reading

    Full Dark No Stars (Stephen King)- this one is just for fun :lol:

    For school I have to read

    La ciudad de las bestias (Isabel Allende)

    Stephen King's book is very interesting- especially that first story- very gripping, I strongly recommend it :)
    The other one- well if you are 10 year old girl- read it :eek: I hate it, but I have to.. :puke:
     
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    (__Joonas__) † Followed the Reaper †

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    I recently read a novel about a gay who finds a forest troll from a thrash box and takes it as pet before returning it to the forest, only to get adopted by the goblin's parents. It emerged the character lives very very close to me, and the place he returned the troll to in the forest was where I lived and played as child. Wicked shit.

    The best saga I ever read was Tad Williams' Memory, Sorrow and Thorn. If you want a mega interesting, surprising and unforgettable fantasy literature experience I highly recommend this. I've read lots of fantasy and this was a jaw-dropper. Now starting Shadowmarch by the same author.
     
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    Night Reaper ooo the reaper wants more

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