What Books Are You Reading?

Discussion in 'Mostly Harmless (Serious Discussion)' started by Terro, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. Cryrobinson

    Cryrobinson Active Member

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    Started reading Inuyashiki; really a cool manga. I highly recommend you all check it out if you haven't!
     
  2. UltraKyu

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    Forever and a Death by Donald E. Westlake.

    Back in the mid 90s, Eon Productions commission Westlake to write a treatment for the next Bond movie that they ultimately didn't use. This book is what that movie would have been, slightly changed to eliminate any reference to anything related to Bond.

    So, I'm really excited to read this book.
     
  3. DustyStarr

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    I actually began reading a book for not school but just personal enjoyment! Lord of the Rings, which I have been meaning to read for.... I don't even know. I had spare time at the airport and got the first two chapters read, and got really into it! I am thinking I might try to actully finish it this summer.
     
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  4. UltraKyu

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    Finished The Shadow vol. 14-1, Murder Every Hour.
     
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    Finished The Shadow vol 37-3, The Time Master.
     
  6. UltraKyu

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    Finished No. 472 Cheyne Walk by A. F. Kidd & Rick Kennett
     
  7. Kikki

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    I just re-read all of Skip Beat. Still funny :) But man, does it move slow. 45 volumes worth of chapters out (43 officially published in English already) and I'm still not sure when it's gonna end. I love it, but I'd like to get a feeling for when the end is coming.
     

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