Discussion in 'Entertainment and Technology' started by girlsnotgrey, Apr 16, 2014.
Great Tales of Horror, a compilation of some of Lovecraft's work.
The Castle by Franz Kafka.
I enjoy reading it more than I thought I would.
Just finished reading War and Peace by Lev Tolstoy
Russian literature is definitely something
T-minus two by K G MacGregor
The Circle by Dave Eggers
Dark River by Erin Hunter. Fourteenth Warriors book and I'm still addicted
Battle Royale by Koushun Takami
What do you think of it? I liked the movie and found the constant perspective changes between the students after each chapter to be interesting but I feel like it made some of the characters a bit too underdeveloped.
Anyway, got The Fever Code which is the 5th book in the Maze Runner series.
What It Means to Be Jewish: The Voice of Our Heritage by Ina Abrams
The Pueblo Revolt: The Secret Rebellion That Drove The Spaniards Out of The Southwest by David Roberts
Hundreds and Thousands the Journals of an Artist, by Emily Carr the Canadian artist. On my 5th reading of it in 3 years lol (my profile pic is an Emily Carr painting)
I'm reading Jane Eyre and I thought I'd hate it because I have a really short attention span and I just cannot deal with things like that, but I've found it surprisingly enjoyable
Both 1984 and Animal Farm by George Orwell
Misery by Stephen King
Started The Wings of the Dove by Henry James yesterday.
About 60% of the way through The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins. Not that amazed by it, but it's gripping in parts.
John Webster's Duchess of Malfi. On Act II, Sc. 2 and have no idea what's going on, but I have to read it anyway for Lit, ugh.
Loving by Henry Green. It is the first book by the author that I am reading. The story follows the lives of servants in a castle during the Second World War, and is set in Ireland and the UK. It seems that it served as one of the primary sources for Downton Abbey.
Thus far it is good, though I wish there would be more happening.
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, by Michael Chabon. Only about 30 pages in at the minute, but I'm really enjoying it so far.
At the moment, I'm reading The World According to Clarkson Volume : And Another Thing... Jeremy Clarkson is hysterical.
Two By Two By: Nicholas Sparks
Stargirl By: Jerry Spinelli