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Discussion in 'Epic Threads' started by brokenjoe, Feb 23, 2011.
Idylls of the king.. Its heavy and i dont mean weight but king arthur always has an appeal
I just finished The City of Dark Magic by Magnus Flyte; it was given to me as a Christmas present. Not the deepest book I've read but it's a charming little rom-com/mystical thriller. A quick read and a good one. I'd give it a 4/5.
I just finished "The Virginian" by Owen Wister, cause I had to read it for school. Great book!
The top of my Bud..."Pull tab to open"
"The Honourable Schoolboy" by John LeCarre.
Bram Stoker by Dracula.
A Higher Call-Adam Makos its a story involving two pilots (one American,one German ) and an incident of chivalry during air combat in WW2
East of Eden
How full is your bucket - Tom Rath & Donald O. Clifton
The new(ish) George Saunders, "Tenth of December". I was so excited about this coming out and I have not been disappointed. It's short stories, and I'm reading it slow. When I finish a story, I put the book down and let it sink in.
Saunders will be remembered as the top satirist of the current period. Absolutely incredible stuff.
"A Man for All Seasons" by Robert Bolt. After I finish this, then I'm moving on "Atlas Shrugged," probably.
The World is Flat - Thomas Friedman is the author methinks.
i'm work in a library, so my desk is always littered with 15 different books to read. i picked up this one today.
"Dr. Sleep" - Stephen King
'Go Down Together', the true untold story of Bonnie and Clyde.
Holly-Tree Inn - Dickens
When I haven't got time to have a full-length read, I like to have a reference book on the go. At the moment it's this one:
I like Bowie because he's got a huge range of sounds in his work (including contributions from several legendary musicians), plus it's fun trying to figure out what the hell he's singing about much of the time.
This book covers it all.
Just finished this 3rd book in the Strongbow Saga by Judson Roberts. 4th book is on the way.