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Quote from: WrenchClock;1964989Gonna start Stephen King's The Dead Zone soon, it's been sitting on my shelf unread for aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaages
Quote from: SoBe Clock;1964995I'm reading through The Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher.
Quote from: Sombra;1971343Started Dune for some terrible reason. Going to stick with it but at the beginning it just sorta feels like work.
Quote from: Losperman;1971350Just finished Lolita,
Quote from: Losperman;1971350now catching up on comic books before I get into reading some stuff for my thesis.
Quote from: Sombra;1971351How did you like it? I grabbed it on a recommendation but still haven't worked through it myself. Does he focus into one time period or does he just kinda keep skipping around like he does at the beginning?
QuoteOoh, what are you going for?
Quote from: Sombra;1971343Started Dune for some terrible reason.
Quote from: Losperman;1971350That's one of those kinds of books that I always tell myself I'll get around to reading "eventually," but mostly because I feel like I should, not because I'm burning to do it.Just finished Lolita, now catching up on comic books before I get into reading some stuff for my thesis.
Quote from: BilliardBall10;1971379hey, what comics do you read? also, do you sell any comix?
Quoteoh, and: losperman(and everyone else in this thread) does anyone here has a good book to suggest for me?i like anything, as long as it is enjoyable and with a good pace.
Quote from: PhantomCatClock;1971356Well, urine luck. If you're never seen the movie, someone recently uploaded the entire thing to YouTube. Hurry before it gets blocked!
Quote from: BilliardBall10;1971379does anyone here has a good book to suggest for me?i like anything, as long as it is enjoyable and with a good pace.(also, i would love some medieval novel, and i already got umberto eco's, and italo calvino's works.
Quote from: Losperman;1971385Have you read Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? It's the book that Blade Runner was based on. A bit different than the movie, but it's one of my favorite books.
Quote from: Sombra;1971388Czech out The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett sometime if you get the chance. It's one of the few books I've read that I'd truly consider "epic" in the classic sense; it goes through entire lifetimes of some characters and goes from deeply personal spotlights on individual characters to almost an entire society when ideas/ themes are put together.