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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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Drink
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i just started a book called Dead Men Kill by L. Ron Hubbard, a story originally from the 1930s that was apart of thrilling detective magazine or something

Bettydbricy
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If you were not a dream, I love Marc Levi

tangentHyperplane
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When Buddhists Attack by Jeffrey Mann

I didn't realize how lame the title sounds until I typed it. It's good, explains the somewhat confusing relationship between the Buddhism (which is non-violent) and Japanese martial arts.

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Scribe

I finished reading 'It' last night at about 2 in the morning. Great plan, really; just read this story about a monster from outside the universe in the middle of a thunderstorm at some ungodly hour...

And I finally FINALLY got my hands on a copy of Song of Susannah. I think Stephen King is about to break the fourth wall. He already did, to be honest; but now he's pulverizing it with a sledgehammer. Exciting.
After this, I guess I'll read the last book in the Dark Tower series and hop off my Stephen King binge for a while. Maybe I'll read more Lovecraft. I accept recommendations for good horror books (but don't give me Koontz; I don't like his style).

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I have a few eBooks about witchcraft that I plan to read just for the fun of it since Halloween is coming but I haven't decided which one to read first.
I have The Complete Book of Witchcraft, Demonology and Witchcraft, The Philosophy of Witchcraft, and Magic and Witchcraft.
Muhahahaha! >

Pieguyme
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The Crucible By Arthur Miller. It's really a play, but quite a good book. It's an allegory for the McCarthy trials of the 1950's, and set in Salem Massachusetts during the witch trials.

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Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

SirLegendary
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Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

StormWalker
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Well, I just finished the final book of the Dark Tower series, which is aptly named "The Dark Tower." The way it ends makes perfect sense and I hate it.

I have no idea what I'll read next. I'll probably hop off my Stephen King binge and go reread The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica or the Monstrumologist Series.

Arithacus
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Networking for Dummies 9 in 1 edition (what?!?).
My Wicked Wicked Ways (Errol Flynn Autobio)
London Falling by Paul Cornell.

If you're an Urban Fantasy Fan put this last one on your list, along side Neil Gaimans American Gods, Anansi Boys and Neverwhere, Mike Shevdon and his Courts of the Faere, Kevin Hearne's Iron Druid, Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London, and Bennedict Jacka's Alex Verus books.

Ferret, did you read (or re-read) The Shining before starting Doctor Sleep? I was surprised at how much I enjoyed reading it again.

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In honor of Halloween, Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror by Chris Priestly. A very scary collection of short stories.

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Empires Lost And Won by Albert Marrin.

R2D21999
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A friend just let me borrow his Blood of Olympus book. So I'll definitely be reading that.

partydevil
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At the Mountains of Madness - H.P. Lovecraft

R2D21999
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I now just started reading The Dead. I'm excited to read it.

However, I'm less excited about the book my Language teacher assigned us. Which is To Kill a Mockingbird. It's really slow and boring.

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