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Last book you read?

Discussion in 'Entertainment and Technology' started by Wander, May 1, 2009.

  1. Snow

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    The last proper book I read was Life of Pi

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    But that was for school, the last book I read that I wanted to read was Mockingjay
     
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    Last book I finished was 'This is where it ends' by Marieke Nijkamp.
    I'm currently reading 'Carry On' by Rainbow Rowell.
     
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    Darwin: A Life in Science by Michael White and John Gribbin
     
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    I just finished reading The Exorcist, which was amazing (REALY REALY REALY messed up, but still amazing), and I'm on book six of Death Note.
     
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    I just finished Where No One Knows by Jo Ramsey, it's about a trans guy, so that was cool. And had powers.
     
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    I just finished Magnus Chase and the Hammer of Thor, by Rick Riodan, I liked it, there was a genderfluid character introduced, which I was very happy about >w<
    Plus, supernatural and ancient gods, yay XD
     
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    Watership Down by Richard Adams.
     
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    One of the books I have been meaning to get into.

    The last book I read was Man, by Kim Thuy.
     
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    The Hanging Tree by Ben Aaronovich
     
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    oh god..last time I read a book was last year.. I think it was the second volume of the Eragon series. I really need to read more ~_~
     
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    I'm re-reading the Maison Ikkoku series by Rumiko Takahashi for literally probably the 100th time. :lol: I re-read it every year (sometimes twice a year). I'm on book #7 right now. :slight_smile:
     
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    East of Eden, by John Steinbeck. Took me a few weeks to finish but every single letter, every single word in there is worth it. Steinbeck is an absolute genius. 10/10, my new favourite novel. Blows every other novel I've read completely out of the water.
     
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    1984. Accurate description of our society.
     
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    ''Blindness'' by José Saramago
     
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    The Dark Half by Stephen King. I read it every few years.
     
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    Janet Evonavich's Twelve Sharp. It's book number 12 in a series of like, 21. They're all so funny. Definitely one of my favorite series, if not my favorite.

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    I haven't read that one! Love him though!
     
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    I just re-read Stephen King's IT. I downloaded it on Audible this past time. This past August I went to visit my cousin in Texas and listened to it on the way down and back up. I didn't get to finish it until October. I didn't realize how much I would enjoy listening to a book! Especially one of my favorites! I am probably going to read it again this upcoming summer since the movie re-make is coming out in September!
     
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    It's about an author who writes under a pseudonym, which gains a sort of life of its own. Probably my favorite book.
     
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    Last book I finished was "Blindness" by José Saramago- honestly such a brilliant discussion on the process of being human, I can't recommend it enough (though granted it is likely a little disturbing for some in some areas). Currently reading "And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie. Currently debating whether she straight-up murdered someone because this bitch knows how to keep a guy in suspense.
     
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    Just added it to my list of books to read in 2017 (!)