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Posted Feb 17, '13 at 9:51pm

keeton52

keeton52

935 posts

I finished Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton not long ago.  I've started the second book but it's a little harder to get into, at least so far.

 

Posted Feb 17, '13 at 10:37pm

ChronicFrost

ChronicFrost

14 posts

The Prophet of Yonwood

 

Posted Feb 18, '13 at 1:19am

SSTG

SSTG

10,763 posts

Knight

Went back to read Bram Stoker's Dracula again. Not my favorite book ever, but it's interesting nonetheless.

I read it a couple months ago. The movies are different.
In the book, Dracula doesn't see Mina as his long lost wife (no resemblance there). They added that idea for the movies.
There's also the part when people see some dog jumping off the ship at the port, before finding all the crew dead. There were a few other details I can't recall for now since I've read 4 other books since then.

 

Posted Feb 18, '13 at 7:48am

UnleashedUponMankind

UnleashedUponMankind

4,857 posts

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The Book of Kane.

 

Posted Feb 18, '13 at 1:08pm

theawesomnator

theawesomnator

53 posts

I'm reading "The Mark of Athena", part of the Heroes of Olympus series. I already read the last two books and I'm still reading Throne of Fire, which is part of the Kane Chronicles.

 

Posted Feb 21, '13 at 3:59pm

adrenaline6

adrenaline6

56 posts

I am reading Waiting for Godot.

 

Posted Feb 21, '13 at 5:17pm

boppins

boppins

500 posts

Administrator

"The Moon is a Harsh Mistress"
almost done.  good book, would recommend.  kinda heavy on the political side of things.  covers some taboo topics (polygamy, anarchy) which Heinlein is a master of.

 

Posted Feb 21, '13 at 7:10pm

Ferret

Ferret

5,376 posts

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"The Way of Kings (The Stormlight Archive)"
Excellent book, also this following up "14", which is another great title.

 

Posted Feb 21, '13 at 7:28pm

waluigi

waluigi

1,647 posts

Currently, I'm working on "Empire of the Sun". It's very good so far. Makes you realize that Europe wasn't the only country suffering during World War II and that kids weren't spared from the effects of the war.

 

Posted Feb 21, '13 at 8:10pm

bloonkiller

bloonkiller

160 posts

I've been planning on reading through "The Crippled God" by Steven Erikkson for well over a year but I just can't pick it up knowing that I'd need to invest days of reading to finish it even though it would conclude what is probably my favorite series. I've also built up a backlog of several other novels.

 
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