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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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Jacen96
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Just finished reading The Book Theif by Markus Zusak (I think that's his name)

It was a great book, really fun to read.

~~~Darth Caedus

UnleashedUponMankind
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Roger Zelazny - The Great Book Of Amber

Justz completed book 8, 2 more to go^^

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I'm reading A Song of Ice and Fire Game of Thrones By George R. R. Martin.

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I'm now reading The Fall of Five, which is the last book in the Lorien Legacies series. The series is incredibly good and I'm really excited to read the last book.

My teacher also assigned us a book to read called Of Mice and Men. It's only about 100 pages so I can finish it on the fly.

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I studied Of Mice and Men for GCSE english. It's quite a good book, and reasonably simple to read and understand, which is useful as the subject is quite heavy.

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I am reading the Crucible (technically a play... but whatever) for school, so yeah...
I am reading Crime and Punishment for fun though. I also want to read Dracula and GoT though... but Dracula takes priority because I want to read it before I go see the movie (even if the movie is nothing like the book... I want to complain about the differences....). There are too many books I want to read...

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I'm now reading The Fall of Five, which is the last book in the Lorien Legacies series. The series is incredibly good and I'm really excited to read the last book.


R2 you'd better not spoil that book for me

I'm still reading Wolves of the Calla, but I'm almost finished with it, so Song of Susannah's probably next. And then after that, The Dark Tower. And then I'll probably reread the Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica.
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I am currently reading Moby ****, or The Whale by Herman Melville. I frequently have to look up a certain word or term, but it has been surprisingly pleasant to read so far.

Edit: This censor program is so uncultivated...

Jacen96
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I tried reading Moby ****, I hated it.

I read an abridged version previously which wasn't bad, but I despised the non-abridged-good-parts-version

~~~Darth Caedus

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@Jacen96

I read abridged versions of every classic you can think of in elementary... They help a ton and for book reports you can't even tell the difference. Afterwards as I got older I read the unabridged versions and I totally get what you're saying xD

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Im re-reading The Old Man And The Sea by: Ernest Hemingway, because... why not?

The first time i read it, i was in 5th grade, and didnt understand it at all. This time is much better.

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Tad Williams: Otherworld

Justin Cronin: The city of mirrors

StormWalker
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I'm reading Hedda Gabler for school. Or at least, I should be, but I'm bored...

partydevil
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in a strange conversation with god.
( an agnostics book i guess.. it doesn't take a side on the matter, "god" )

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Misery by Stephen King.

Only just started it.

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