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tennisman24
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i am reading A Champions Mind by Pete Sampras

it is great u should read it

what are you AGers reading?

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Rakim
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I just finished reading Lord of the Flies by William Golding last night. It was a very interesting read. I can see why it's so renowned.

loomer50
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I'm reading no books right now. anybody got any good titles?

master565
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I'm in the middle of hitchhikers guide to the galaxy and various books for school.

Jppimpin
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Rainbow six, by tom clancy. name isnt the best but good book.

daleks
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I am reading A Thousand Splendid Suns, for English. It is a really sad book.

schuetteg6
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I just finished a book yesterday called "Zach's Lie" and Im in the middle of 4 books and Im about to start the sequel to "Zach's Lie" called "Jack's Run".

IceClaw247
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I'm studying and have just finished reading, Educating Rita which is an incredible play if you understand it.

Pedro97
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I'm reading "The turn of the screw", from Henry James. I'm still in the beginning but the story looks quite cool. I'm reading it for English class =)

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Well.... I'm reading 3 or so books currently, but as of this moment I'm reading Eona.
The other two are the first in the Game of Thrones, and I'm re-reading City of Glass.

JellyBear
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Right now, I am reading Eldest by Christopher Paolini. However, I only have less than one hundred pages left, so afterward I will read the sequel, Brisingr. I have already read both books, but I'm rereading them since the last book in the series is being released soon and it's been about two years since I've read the cycle.

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I'm still working through Moby **** / The Whale by Herman Melville, but I'm thinking of rereading some of the Redwall Series by Brian Jacques afterward, and eventually Christopher Paolini's sequel coming out soon, whatever it might be called.

Darkroot
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Atlus Shrugged. The writing is good and the ideology trys to help everyone. But in the end objectivism is horrible philosophy, that just shows that she really didn't understand human psychology or how well developed philosophy comes to existence. Assuming that large corporations will not be giant male phallic genitals when they are given full freedom is so foolish. It's a shame, her "homage to greed" penetrates every region of the books and ruins a good portion of it. Feels like she is just advertising her philosophies.

loco5
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currently on The final Storm by Jeff Shaara, a great story about the battle of Okinawa, through the eyes of General Nimitz, A Pvt. Adams, and General Ushijima. On part three with President Truman, Paul Tibbets, and a Japanese doctor a little bit before they drop the bomb on Hiroshima


after that i'll either start on another Jeff Shaara book, or Heroes of the Pacific, about "Manila" John Basilone

JellyBear
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and eventually Christopher Paolini's sequel coming out soon, whatever it might be called.


Inheritance is being released November 8. I can't wait, I'm so excited! I'm reading through the series until it is released. I hope to finish this current reread, then one more. He includes so much character progression and detail, I could read it through a few times and still enjoy it all.
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Right now i'm reading Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan. not as good as his other books.

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