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Discussion in 'Books and Comics' started by MT, Dec 29, 2006.
The Mist by Steven King
The saga of Larten Crepsley by Darren Shan
I am going back in time. I am finishing up Raymond Feist's Riftwar Books(I am currently at the end of the Conclave of Shadows.) I am also going to go and read Robin Hobb's assassin series. After that I am considering reading some of Jaqueline Carey Kushiel books based on a friend telling me that they are good even for men.
Then I am going to come back to the present and read three books to came out in the last year. A Wind From the South by Diane Duane, Against the Light by Dave Duncan, and Among Thieves by Douglas Hulick.
At that point I'll probably pick up one of my favorite author's most recent book in the Necromancer Series called The Dread. After that I might give the latest Wheel of Time book a try... last time I put it down after 2-3 chapters.
Some Marvel Comics from 1973
The Inferno for like my 30th time, never get tired of reading that.
by Camille Bacon Smith.
Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time
Anne Rice's Queen of the Dammed
A James Patterson book my sister gave me, Fang. so far not getting into it
George R R Martins, A Song of Ice and Fire (aka: A Game of Thrones)
The Silmarillion, J.R.R. Tolkien.
Always wanted to read that one, now that you remind me of it, I might just go and buy it
Ripleys Believe it or not
excellent choices, gentlemen. The Silmarillion is the best of tolkien's works. and martin is the shit. just don't get too attached to any of the characters, they have a tendency to die.
go for it. you will not be disappointed.
just finished norwegian wood by murakami, reading how to be alone by jonathan franzen.
oh and a friend recommended hunger games, 100 pages in and not too bad
Gonna restart the CHERUB series soon
Interview with a Vampire - Anne Rice
Finally setting myself to read the lord of the rings actually
started the fellowship
90 Minutes in Heaven (Don Piper)
Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L James