Currently retreading Neil Cross's Captured, in such a way to kill boredom alone.
I've been reading Book Five of the A Song of Ice and Fire series: A Dance with Dragons. I love the book, but I've been having some sort of reading block for the past, what, like 4 months. I'm halfway through.
The Kite Runner because it's required reading. It's ok so far, I guess.
I am reading Inferno by Dan Brown . Its got a very good plot like all his books .
I'm moments away from cracking open Book One: City of Bones in The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare, I've heard good things, but we'll see.
Currently reading the fifth book in Stephen King's Dark Tower series. Pretty good series, a lot unlike his typical stuff. Basically a high-fantasy adventure novel with plenty of Western elements and dimension hopping. Pretty good read for anyone looking for an epic to pass the time with.
I also just finished reading The Long Walk by King's alter-ego Richard Bachman. That book was an experience I won't soon forget.
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The 2nd book ("Linger") of the triology The Wolves of Mercy Falls by Maggie Stiefvater
Mom's getting me the books in the Nightside series by Simon R Green. They're not bad, actually.
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Since my last post, I've read The House of Silk. I also recently finished a string of other books that had been on my list: The New Atheism, by Victor Stenger; Freethinkers: A History of American Secularism, by Susan Jacoby; The Grand Design, by Stephen Hawking; 36 Arguments for the Existence of God, by Rebecca Goldstein; and Hitch-22, Christopher Hitchens's memoir. That was plenty of intellectual vegetables (enjoyable all, though it surprised me to feel with some of these like I was reading below my level), but what I'm in the mood for now is a good, simple gumshoe novel. Sadly, the best hardboiled detective story author I've ever read passed away quite a while ago, and I've already read all of his series. u_u
I suppose I should pick up something in biology or psychology next, to keep up the circuit training aspect. =p
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I'm reading Jhereg, the first book of the Vlad Taltos series by Steven Brust. It's a great read so far, a different style from what I'm used to, but I could use something a little different.
Currently avoiding news on pokemon X & Y until release. Want that fresh naive feeling.
Finally reading Fahrenheit 451, something I'd somehow avoided doing. It's AWESOME so far, really digging the writing style and plot and setting. Ray Bradbury, man. It's amazing the book was written so long ago, it feels so current!
I picked up "Looking for Alaska" this morning, because everyone tells me I should read John Green books. I'm about 100 pages in (I think it's about half way, but I'm on my eReader so it's hard to tell.) I really want to like it, but it's just not clicking for me at all. I've read The Fault in our Stars, Paper towns and Will Grayson Will Grayson now, and I really only found Paper Towns all that enjoyable. I have Les Miserables sitting on my bookshelf currently, and I keep saying I'll read it next, but the size is incredibly intimidating.
But I also really want to reread 1984 in the next few weeks, because I had to read it for school early this year, and it was great. I just didn't get an opportunity to read it as in depth as I would have liked to.
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