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    I am currently reading Knights of the Dinner Table, just finished with the Dark Hunter series (new book just came out ) and I am rereading some classics, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Mary Shelley's Frankenstien, and Charles Dicken's A Tale of Two Cities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dytrrnikl View Post
    Atlas Shrugged - Bathroom entertainment
    I applaud your choice of novel here, Ayn Rand is another one of my very favorite authors, however, I must protest the ignoble "bathroom entertainment" categorization, it (and she) deserve much better!

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    Back to the Steampunk Anthology. It's not bad really but since it's a bunch of short stories, some are pretty good and some, well not so much

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    Reading up on employment opportunities in Nome, Alaska.
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    Finished The Book of Vice: Very Naughty Things (and How to Do Them). Now re-reading Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book.

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    I have yet to pick up the graveyard book and have been kicking myself. How is it?

    Right now I'm reading Jim Butchers Princep's Fury. It's... a Jim Butcher novel. He's not the greatest author, his does not have a very good sense of narrative or dialogue, but he comes up with original concepts and his books are entertaining. So it's worth reading.

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    I am currently on page 118 of 1,072 in Stephen King's new book Under the Dome. Can't WAIT to read more!!!

    *stops typing to read*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearfoot_Adam View Post
    I have yet to pick up the graveyard book and have been kicking myself. How is it?
    It's a nice homage to Kipling, with a very Neil Gaiman flair to it. Illustrated, too, by Dave McKean, which adds to the text (same as Coraline). The characters are rather fun, 'specially the ghouls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XeroDrift View Post
    I applaud your choice of novel here, Ayn Rand is another one of my very favorite authors, however, I must protest the ignoble "bathroom entertainment" categorization, it (and she) deserve much better!

    It's actually the third time I'm reading it. I'm looking at it in a different light after having read the book about Ego, forget the title. I want tog et a hold of a copy of The Fountainhead (?), and read that as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dytrrnikl View Post
    I want tog et a hold of a copy of The Fountainhead (?), and read that as well.
    I actually just re-read The Fountainhead a couple of months ago, if its gonna be your first go round with it you are in for a treat. It and Atlas are her best works in my opinion.

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    reading voluptous vixens
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    Busywork directions to my paper. So how i hate busywork. Such a waste of time.
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    im reading a papa murphys aid.. and thinking WHY!!
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    Currently reading: Thongor and the Wizard of Lemuria.

    Next up: Thongor and the Dragon City

    After that: The Coming of Conan the Cimmerian

    And after that: Swords and Deviltry

    I've been on a bit of a Sword & Sorcery kick lately...
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