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  Darth Skuldren
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Perry's Killer Playlist by Joe Schreiber. Really good book. Fast, fun, and crazy. And it's not real long, so you can tear through it in one evening.
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I'm working my way through The Iliad.
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Reepicheep wrote:
I'm working my way through The Iliad.


Working your way through? Don't you mean awesoming your way through?
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Starting again with Cryptum. Having just finished Halo 3, I have a newfound interest in reading about the Forerunners. Hopefully I'll find this go round more intriguing than the last.
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
Starting again with Cryptum. Having just finished Halo 3, I have a newfound interest in reading about the Forerunners. Hopefully I'll find this go round more intriguing than the last.


You will. Especially when you get to Halo 4. It has a ton of ties to it.
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Caedus_16 wrote:
Reepicheep wrote:
I'm working my way through The Iliad.


Working your way through? Don't you mean awesoming your way through?

Oh, I'm loving it don't get me wrong, but man this book is big. Shocked
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Jut finished Ender's Game. Awesome book! Great plot twists, interesting characters, I really feel like the author nailed it on all points.


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Cryptum is so much better the second time around. Granted, I'm a slow reader, so it'll be awhile. But I hope to be done by Christmas, seeing as I asked for Primordium. Maybe I can finish both before Silentium comes out in January.
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
Cryptum is so much better the second time around. Granted, I'm a slow reader, so it'll be awhile. But I hope to be done by Christmas, seeing as I asked for Primordium. Maybe I can finish both before Silentium comes out in January.


Primordium is still part of the story, but its very different from Cryptum. Its great, but I dunno.
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I'm about halfway through John Green's An Abundance of Katherines. It's about a young man who has been dumped by no less than 19 women named Katherine and is mathematically figuring out why (whilst on an adventure). So far, it's pretty fun.
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Have finished Annihilation. Now reading Serenity: Those Left Behind. It makes me happy and sad at the same time.
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Now reading Asimov's I, Robot. It's always fascinating to see how those during the space race perceived the future.
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I've just finished reading the Molly Moon books by Georgia Byng. The first and last are the best, but all are great. I hope there'll be more of them in the future.
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I read all three of Martha Well's Books of the Raksura series back-to-back. Very imaginative fantasy stories that don't follow the typical elves, dwarves, or wizards stuff. There are no humans whatsoever, and the main characters are shapeshifting creatures that can fly. There's a strong focus on the storytelling and the characters rather than action and worldbuilding. Overall, a very good series.
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I, Lucifer by Glenn Duncan. I think I've found a little gem amidst a writer known for nonsense, this is incredible.
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