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What book are you currently reading?


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I picked up An Object of Beauty by Steve Martin today, I plan to read it during the two weeks I'll be home during break.
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I picked up An Object of Beauty by Steve Martin today, I plan to read it during the two weeks I'll be home during break.

I was looking through this at the bookstore the other day. I never knew he was such an accomplished author! Let us know how it is? :smile:

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Still reading Memoirs of a Geisha, but I also started reading Prince Caspian after watching the newest Narnia film at work. :3 Really liking it so far, excited to finish it and start reading the next one!

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HP5 is probably my least favourite of the series too. Its movie adaptation wasn't particularly exciting either.

I just finished We Are All Made of Glue by Marina Lewycka. Was funny and enjoyable.

Now I'm reading 120 Days of Sodom by the Marquis de Sade. Certainly not for the faint of mind :P
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Currently reading The Eye of the World. Seems a good start to a series, even if it gets confusing at some points.
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Reading the last two Harry Potter books, for the first time in about three years...Still feels like I know them by heart.
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Catch 22. Absofruitly lovin' it.

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I started reading 'A Widow for One Year' by John Irving about two weeks ago. I was almost finished but had to return the book before leaving for China. (I issued it from a library in Hong Kong)

I'm glad that I'll be able to start reading it again once I get back to Hong Kong. What I've read so far is quite interesting.

Before that, I read 'The Handmaid's Tale', which I thought was pretty good. I don't think I've ever read a dystopian novel before (well, none that was memorable).
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Three Potter books down, four to go. Did that in like two days or so.
I did start HP1 on the fifth, but I got a hundred pages into it and didn't pick it up again until two or three hours before that lunar eclipse.

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Rereading Disclosure by Michael Crichton.



I swear I'll read a new book soon...

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Leviathan by Scott Westerfield. Great book.

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Island by Aldous Huxley. Trying to see how it compares to Brave New World and Antic Hay.
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Finally finished HP5 today. It took me ages because I got distracted/interrupted by becoming addicted to Fringe. I'll start book 6 later tonight.
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Finished Catch-22, it was great. Planning on starting Cat's Cradle tonight.

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Finally getting around to reading the Da Vinci Code. Read the beginning so far. Trying to see what all this fuss was about first hand. :P

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Finally getting around to reading the Da Vinci Code. Read the beginning so far. Trying to see what all this fuss was about first hand. :P

The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons and The Lost Symbol are all epic, imo :P Let us know how you like it.
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Finally getting around to reading the Da Vinci Code. Read the beginning so far. Trying to see what all this fuss was about first hand. :P

The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons and The Lost Symbol are all epic, imo :P Let us know how you like it.


I'll be sure to. Starting it slowly so far. :)

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Finally getting around to reading the Da Vinci Code. Read the beginning so far. Trying to see what all this fuss was about first hand. :P

The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons and The Lost Symbol are all epic, imo :P Let us know how you like it.


I'll be sure to. Starting it slowly so far. :)


Also Digital Fortress is a great read especially if you're more into technology.

Come to think of it, every book by Dan Brown is an exciting thriller. :P

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Finished An Object of Beauty last night, I thought it was good. It had an interesting concept being that the book was written by a fictional character about his friend adventure through the art world.
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I'm officially done with my Harry Potter marathon! :P I might finally get around to reading the third book in The Tapestry series now.
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I'm reading a lot of history stuff lately, though I've got to get through the Dresden Files series before the new one comes out in April, and I still have a ton of books to read before that.

Currently reading Replay by Tristan Donovan. It's a very, very well done history of video games that shows the guys behind the games, and not the just the console or game. It really paints an excellent picture of how it started, and it is just so damn fun to read.
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