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    I'm continuing forward with the A Song of Ice and Fire series. Just started "A Storm of Swords" by George R R Martin.

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    Finished reading The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, currently reading The Beatles Anthology.

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    Warriors, Dawn of the Clans: The First Battle

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    I'm reading a book on Wattpad called "Bermuda." It talks about the Bermuda and possibly why so many people disappear. It's a really interesting story.

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    I finally finished Brian Jacques' Voyage of Slaves, the third novel of the Castaways of the Flying Dutchman series (though I didn't read the first two). Overall, I was disappointed by it. The main characters and the love interest were all pretty uninteresting because they were flawless and pretty flat, and the writing wasn't that strong.

    I loved his Redwall series, so this was a real disappointment, and I just did not enjoy it. Would not recommend.
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    Divergent
    Had to let the hype die down before I could bring myself to read this. Actually pretty good.

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    I am now reading a book called RUNNING which is an autobiography of Ronnie O'Sullivan. This mainly talks about how a snooker player can get rid of drug addiction by running. Not only he is a great snooker player but also he is a good runner too. He can run a 10 km race well within 35 minutes which is quite impressive indeed.

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    Finished Reading: The Eleventh Plague

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    I finished The Fault in Our Stars this past December and finished Looking For Alaska a few weeks ago. Both are good reads. I'm planning on rummaging through my local book store for a copy of The Princess Bride.
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    Just got done reading Curtain by Agatha Christie. So, so sad , yet very well written. Might be reading another book soon. Not sure of which one just yet.
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    To Kill a Mockingbird and Lord of the Flies
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    Started reading A Feast For Crows last weekend.
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    Warriors: Dawn of the clans #2, I love these series
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    Avatar the last Airbender: The Seach Finally we get to learn the truth of what happened to Zuko's mother. I great addition to the series and finale.

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    I just finished reading The Road to Chlifa (actually, I read it in french, with the original title being La route de Chlifa) which is a somewhat decent book and quite emotional to say the least.
    I'm really starting to think I should start reading The Fault in Our Stars. It just seems to be everywhere I go and ratings are high.
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    The Complete Sherlock Holmes volume 1 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

    I actually started it a couple weeks ago, so I'm not that far in, but it's pretty good. I've always been a fan of Sherlock Holmes, so it's nice to finally read the works that I've seen portrayed in movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychic
    I finally finished Brian Jacques' Voyage of Slaves, the third novel of the Castaways of the Flying Dutchman series (though I didn't read the first two). Overall, I was disappointed by it. The main characters and the love interest were all pretty uninteresting because they were flawless and pretty flat, and the writing wasn't that strong.

    I loved his Redwall series, so this was a real disappointment, and I just did not enjoy it. Would not recommend.
    Noooo I loved Redwall, and was thinking of reading these someday. Well, looks like now I won't, if they're really not worth it. Oh well, at least I can read the other 10 Redwall books that I have left to read.

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    Divergent
    Had to let the hype die down before I could bring myself to read this. Actually pretty good.
    I took a look at that once, but the writing style just bothered me too much to get through it; I had a similar problem with the Hunger Games, but I managed to make it through that. I've heard the Divergent series is really good, though, at least in terms of storytelling.

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    To Kill a Mockingbird and Lord of the Flies
    Against my will.
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    They're really not that bad; I rather enjoyed reading Lord of the Flies, actually. As for To Kill a Mockingbird... you just have to plow through it, as the story can be rather dull.


    Right now, I'm re-reading the Inheritance Cycle. I'm going at a pace of 100 pages a day, and it's still taking me about a month to read. It's a little sad to read these; I used to love these books and was a huge fan, but now.. I have so many qualms with it, I'm not sure why I'm going through them again.


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    Currently reading:

    Vol 2 of The Journey to the West. And I just read something in it that makes me want to put it down and never return to it.

    Two of the main characters dropped two innocent children out of the sky to their deaths outside a palace. The intent was to draw a demon from hiding within the palace. The description of this was rather flippant about how they were reduced to a mess of meat and shattered bone. What's more, nobody mourned them.

    I get that it was written in a time when there was less accounting for taste in literature, but this just left a bad taste in my mouth. And considering it's only Vol 2 of a four volume series, there's probably more where that came from.
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    Just finished "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy". I know I am a little late to the party, but I bought the 5 books in one volume for a good price so I am okay with it.

    I really liked the whale and the cops, I feel bad for them .The writing style is so unique and humorous that the story could be the worst possible and the book would still be a great read.

    Going to read "The Restaurant at the End of the Universe". Hopefully it keeps up.

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    Just started East of Eden for the fourth time. Hopefully I'll finish it for the second time.

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    Im reading the Heroes of Olympus and I'm currently on the 3rd book Mark of Athena, but i do have the fourth one to start reading when I finish the 3rd one
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    Going to put aside Lovecraft and The Journey to the West for a bit to start on The Three Musketeers.

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    The Journal of the two sisters from MLP FIM. It was pretty cute and fun.

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    Currently reading Bridget Jones' Diary by Helen Fielding.

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