Discussion in 'Entertainment and Technology' started by Wander, May 1, 2009.
Battle Cry of Freedom by James McPherson
Introduction to Education Studies by Bartlett and Burton.
Starting uni work 5 months early.
Back to retirement by Erica Lawson. Most of the characters in the book are sixty years older than me but it's a funny book
Currently reading "The Hospital: How I survived the secret child experiments at Aston Hall" - Barbara O'Hare
Depressing I know. Lol.
Absolutely love loosing myself in a good book!!
"If I Fall" by Lauryn A. Brooks. Amazing Girl X Girl Book. Found on wattpad
Currently reading The Book Of Life by Deborah Harkness, last book in the All Souls Trilogy. I have to say, I don't think I've ever been as hooked on a book as I have been for this trilogy. Absolutely loving it!
Bait by Alex Sanchez
currently deciding what to read next
H.G.Wells War of the worlds. Possibly the greatest science fiction novel on earth. Excellent story, brilliant twist ending, universal fighting machine design and THEY original scence fiction battleship, HMS Thunderchild.
Currently reading Ghost Devices ( A New Adventure spin off novel from Doctor Who staring companion Bernice Summerfield) and the Writer's Tale, Mythic structure for writers by Christopher Vogler as I'm hoping it will help with the novel I'm writing but I'm finding it interesting in other ways as well.
A Discourse on Inequality by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Currently reading 'Fantastic Beasts' by J.K. Rowling.
Just started Desperation by Stephen King
Herzog has been on my reading list for some time now. What was your impression of the book?
Finished reading a biography about Frederick the Great, recently. It was quite a good read and it made me want to go back to Germany and visit Frederick's summer palace Sans Souci again.
"Beebo Barker" by Ann Bannon for my LGBT Ladies' Book Club. A very nice timeout from final exams.
The last book I read was Merlins Dragon by T.A Barron. My girlfriend gave it me as a birthday present and im really glad she did. It's an excellent book and I'm in love with Barron's writing style.
A Dirty Job, by Christopher Moore
Capers by Penny Piva it's a sweet story about a teenage girl who just figured out she's gay and her first relationship while on holiday.
Truly, Madly, Guilty by Liane Moriarty - It had a slow beginning but got better towards the end.
Hamlet by Shakespeare, for my English class. It was all right, I suppose.
Currently, however, I'm reading The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla.
Tiopa Ki Lakota by D Jordan Redhawk it's set when white people were starting to be commonplace and a white woman gets taken by Indians is traded a couple of rims and ends up being traded to another woman.