Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by Messy Marj, Feb 15, 2008.
The Outlaw Varjak Paw - S.F Said
Neuromancer - William Gibson
And I'm reading again (or at least trying) - Lord of the Rings
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
Tomorrow: When The War Began, by John Marsden.
The Tomorrow series is amazing, best books out for teenagers. Dunno that you guys would have heard of Marsden though... he's Australian.
I started Harry Potter again, I really have to buy some new books...
I got the first one for free ages ago. It's in Swedish, and I've yet to read it. =o
I should prolly read it when I've finished the english books I recently got...
I agree with Jordan. I've read the whole series, and I can definitely suggest reading them to you.
Just finished Matthew Reilly's The Sacred Stone. I love this man
Stephen King's "Cell"..........imagine this story taking place in real life...spooky!
That's a great book! It's actually in production of being made a movie, or so I hear..
I'm reading a story called John Dies At The End, it is an Novel that can either be read online or a paper back. The premise is pretty awesome. Here is a link for those that are interested http://www.johndiesattheend.com/1-1.html
Bought a new book.
James Herbert's The secret of Crickley Hall. It's really creepy, there are times that I have to take a break. xD
Children of Hùrin
Arn't you easily distracted while reading it?
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. I got that the minute it was released, and I've only read it once. So I'm re-reading it.
Yeap!Excellent choice!J.R.R.Tolkien forever!!!! (Though Christopher has got involved in the production of the story+also changed some parts etc.....)
That's funny, I'm reading Silmarillion again.
Im reading "When the Legends Die" by Hal Borland for english class.
Once I get done with that, I'm resuming "Heaven's Net is Wide" by Lian Hearn. Great series. This book is the prequel to the series, but it came out last. The first book of the series, the one you should start with if interested, is "Across the Nightingale Floor." Strongly recommended for Asian culture enthusiasts, these books take place in a fictional feudal Japan, and they're just absolutely amazing.
@ Iain: I gotta do the same thing...
"Laying Down The Law: The Australian Legal System" by a variety of authors.
Cos it's like, you. And totally doesn't seem to fit.
Fahrenheit 451. Novel for English.
Doesn't seem to fit? Fair enough, but how so ?
The semi-scene kid, with the Protest The Hero sig, claiming to be a drunk australian, is reading Laying Down The Law: The Australian Legal System.
Tell me how that fits even remotely
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