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TheVetNoob
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I'm now 400 pages into Eye of the World, and I'm nearly done with a very short book on the atom bomb. Maybe 50 pages left.
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Ranger Apprentice series.
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I'm reading To Kill a Mockingbird for school. And I'm reading The Maze Runner series in my spare time.
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Currently I'm reading The Picture of Dorian Gray for school and The Catcher in the Rye for fun. No, I don't always read famous classics.
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Everything by Agatha Christie.
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This is a bit of a necro, but:
Recently finished again Collapse from Jared Diamond and Heart of Darkness. Two very nice books, although Heart of Darkness was difficult-ish to read. Had to reread many a paragraph to understand what it meant.
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bullets wrote:
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I remember reading Deltora quest in Elementary school. That was like 10 years ago, surprised to hear people still read that.
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Fleischgeruch wrote:
Everything by Agatha Christie.
Agatha Christie is one of the best mystery novelist of all time. You should read "murder on the orient express" if you didn't, its pretty sweet.

Right now i just finished the last book of hunger games, pretty amazing. I was hooked to the series for hours everyday. I completed Life of Pi two weeks back and again it was a wonderful book..must read. I started the Dresden files currently and it looks pretty darn sweet.
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I'm waiting for House of Hades from the Hero's of Olympus series. Can't wait to get my hands on that book.
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Zombie Survival Guide and waiting for The Harlem Hellfighters
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Dune series. Probably the best books ever. Also, if anyone played the game The Witcher then you must read The last wish by Andrzej Sapkowski.
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tin wrote:
Dune series. Probably the best books ever. Also, if anyone played the game The Witcher then you must read The last wish by Andrzej Sapkowski.
Nice books, nice games.
Both The Witcher and Dune stuff.
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Will wrote:
If you're anything like me you'll love Nineteen Eighty-Four
(Animal Farm is also awesome)
I liked Animal Farm.
Also some mysterious novels are awesome such as The Picture of Dorian Gray.
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Anyone there managed to read Finnegans Wake without being put in a cathartic coma?
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