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What'cha Reading?

Wind Up Rex

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I've been struggling through Team of Rivals for a while now. I think I'm losing.
 

Odyne

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DiscoBiscuit

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Just started using the Kindle I got for Christmas (thanks Mom!).

Since last Thursday I've read:

A Game of Thrones
A Clash of Kings
And I'm now working on A Storm of Swords

George R. R. Martin is one of the biggest literary dick teasers I've ever come across. (i.e. leaves you hanging hardcore at the end of a chapter [or book for that matter], then takes forever to get back to that storyline so you can figure out what happened)
 

Viridian

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Recently finished Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf. I liked the characterization a lot, but the stream-of-consciousness/multiple POV style really confused me. Or maybe I'm just dumb.

Also, Peter Walsh is totally INFJ.
 

Catharsis

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Temple of the Golden Pavilion by Yukio Mishima. If you ever want insight into the mind of a 4w5, Mishima is what you should read.

Also I got Martian Time-Slip by Philip K Dick waiting as soon as I'm finished with my current one, just read A Scanner Darkly by him and greatly enjoyed it.
 

tifpod

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A good book

I always have a few books to read at any given time. Right now, I'm on Linnea Sinclair's Accidental Goddess (scifi romance, lol) and also a big collection of Sherlock Holmes stories. It's all fine.
 

prplchknz

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player piano-Kurt Vonnegut
Nine Stories-J.D. Salinger

after I finish those I'm reading The Life of Pi
 
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Glycerine

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I was reading some really BAD romance novel.... ehhhh. Now I am reading Richard Dawkin's The Greatest Show on Earth.
 
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The Revolutions in Europe 1848-1849. From Reform to Reaction, ed. by R.J.W. Evans &Hartmut Pogge von Strandmann
 

Snoopy22

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Don Pendleton's Mack Bolan - Contagion Option
 

Viridian

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Just finished July's People by Nadine Gordimer. I don't think I understood it thoroughly... It felt kind of confusing due to the dialogue punctuation, and I felt a bit underwhelmed overall. I don't know what to think. :uwin:

All I know is, July is totally a 2w1. Fo' realz.
 
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