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    The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom

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    I'm just re-reading the entire Warrior Cats series before the newest edditon Dawn of the Clans comes out.
    Exciting, I know. xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by *~Silver*~ View Post
    I'm just re-reading the entire Warrior Cats series before the newest edditon Dawn of the Clans comes out.
    Exciting, I know. xD
    I need to order the first book in the series. I started one, but I didn't realize it was several books in so I was lost. :P

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    Not sure if this counts, but I started reading Shakugan no Shana light novels a few days ago.

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    The death cure, about halfway through it. Its the 3rd book in the maze runner series, its pretty good. I recommend it to anyone who liked the hunger games.
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    I'm reading Gods and Myths of the Viking Age..and Batman Year One.
    But Gods and Myths of the Viking age is a great book talking about the stories of Norse Gods (Like Thor and Odin) during the Viking ages. It's a great story, especially if you love Mythology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonman721 View Post
    The death cure, about halfway through it. Its the 3rd book in the maze runner series, its pretty good. I recommend it to anyone who liked the hunger games.
    loved that sereies, but i havent gotten around to the kill order yet.
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    I've been reading Maximum Ride by James Patterson. I'm only at the beginning, but I hope to have it done soon.
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    Outside of reading fan fiction, I really don't have a book I'm currently reading. Which is odd, as I consider myself a bookworm, yet I can't find any books to read. Probably because I don't go to the library anymore or I'm so picky about books, I refuse to re-read my books. Or I feel I really don't have a lot of time to really read, since I hate having to stop reading for a time, because chances are I may never go back to it.

    But I am currently reading the Higurashi manga series, and the CLANNAD visual novel, since they still count.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow XD001 View Post
    I've been reading Maximum Ride by James Patterson. I'm only at the beginning, but I hope to have it done soon.
    That's a great series, I'm sure you'll like it ! He just released the final book this summer, and it was a nice ending.

    I'm currently re-reading Inheritance by Christopher Paolini

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    I'm reading the Redwall series.

    So far it's alright.
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    I finished reading Love, Stargirl. I thought it was cute. I just love cute stories.

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    "under the dome" by stephen king
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    The hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien, it's really good.
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    Les miserables for some strange reason I started 2/3 of the way through the book


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    Quote Originally Posted by Todoserugi View Post
    "under the dome" by stephen king
    I've attempted to read this book I found it starts to get a bit boring so it is on my unfinished book shelf and will probably stay there for a while


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    i just bought a special edition, hardcover copy of jurrasic park, and (to quote a popular fast food franchise) "im lovin' it!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyah View Post
    That's a great series, I'm sure you'll like it ! He just released the final book this summer, and it was a nice ending.
    Really? I thought it would never end. I guess I should find it somewhere...

    Quote Originally Posted by Galux View Post
    I've attempted to read this book I found it starts to get a bit boring so it is on my unfinished book shelf and will probably stay there for a while
    It's worth it. I can't really remember where it gets boring, so maybe I found it good all the way through. It's going to be a tv show in June though.


    Anyway, I'm reading The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. She has an interesting writing style that makes everything seem mysterious.

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    Want to know what I'm reading?

    Da HoLy BiBlE

    Though I did read part of The Magician's Nephew the other day.

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    Reading Catching Fire, just about finished. Seems to be pretty good, I like the suspense and unforseen events occuring at the end of each chapter.

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    Mark of Athena: Book 3 of the Heroes of Olympus series. Then I'll finally get to Insurgent afterwards.


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    The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne.
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    I'm proud to say a book i've been looking for for a very very long time.

    The Theban recension, or otherwise known as the book of the dead. (Egyptian)
    English translation by E.A.WALLIS BUDGE
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    Currently re-reading the first five books of the A Song of Ice and Fire series. I'm on book three, A Storm of Swords. This is taking a lot longer then the first time I read them. I'm just waiting on the sixth book now.
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    I am currently reading atlas shrugged by ayn rand. so far is has been very interesting.
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