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  kamenkewl
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just started reading The Los Angeles BB murder case.
it's pretty good so far. i like the references to sherlock holmes.
just going to mention this, but it's a death note spin off novel. i'd still recommend it to anyone who likes detective stories


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I'm reading two books:

The Damnation Game and Imajica, both by Clive Barker.

Pretty good for Imajica, the beginning for The Damnation Game is kind of lame and not really a good, how do I say it, attention-grabber? :\


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Iron Fist got me hooked on the Honor Harrington series. Right now I'm reading the first one, On Basilisk Station.

I highly recommend it. It's an intriguing Sci-fi story. And they have treecats...nuff said.
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Reading Star Wars for the moment but I will be reading Lost Fleet: Dauntless (which an NJOE member suggested to me) very soon.

On the Honorverse though, I figure I'd give you a little more idea of it than "treecats" although that does become pretty significant later on.

The series is a military science fiction and is an absolute blast. Great character development and wonderful space battles. It is absolutely amazing and is a great universe to explore.

If you read it, let me know and I hope you enjoy it.


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Working on the Sword of Shannara right now. I've read it before, but its still a favorite. Terry Brooks uses a lot of cliches, occasionally unoriginal characters, and a lot of repeated plotlines....but dangit all if I don't love that series to death!
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I'm currently rereading Myst: The Book of Atrus. :D
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reading "to kill a mockingbird"
it's pretty good so far. Smile
gotta love classic literature


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I tried to read 'To Kill a Mockingbird' at 8 years of age. Didn't work out. It had no information whatsoever about killing mockingbirds. I'm not even joking. I was so disappointed. Once I hit sixteen I gave it another go and enjoyed it thoroughly. Excellent stuff. Has a fantastic message.
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Currently reading Auralia's Colors by Jeffrey Overstreet. (Film critic turned author. How cool is that?)
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Reading The Honor of the Queen.
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I'm currently re-reading the Demonata Series by Darren Shan. I love that series...
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Iron Fist got me hooked on the Honorverse so I've been reading Honor Harrington books nonstop. Right now I'm on Fields of Dishonor. It's a military sci-fi adventure revolving around the main character, Honor Harrington. If you like Star Wars books, I'd recommend giving them a try. You can read them free online at the Baen Books website.
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I'm currently reading Interview of the Vampire by Anne Rice.
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Is that like the movie or is it something different?
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I haven't seen the movie so I don't know but it is good.
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