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    I haven't been able to get into any book since I stopped reading. I want to know what happens afterward

    Read one of James Rollins in book but was just going through the motions.

    I do have book one of the Farseer Trilogy which i'd forgotten I had, looks promising.

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    You should read through the Wheel of Time again, you would be surprised by the small things you miss that add to the story. I'm looking at starting Malazan Book of the Fallen or The Black Company next, I haven't started a new series since the last WoT book, getting by on autobiographies and maths books.

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    I'm on the Bourne books at the moment, already read the first two and on Bourne Ultimatum now.

    The books are nothing like the films though, the character is still the same but the storyline does not match the films in any way whatsoever.

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    That a good or a bad thing?

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    I think it's a bad thing really. I think films should be made to match the books as much as possible otherwise, aren't you essentially creating your own film instead of actually basing it on the book?

    Still, in some ways, reading it now, you don't know what's going to happen. For example, in the 3rd book, read the spoiler if you want to know more:

    Spoiler!

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    3rd time rereading of the Dark Tower series by Stephen King. As well as finishing up the Wheel of Time series.

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    This was mentioned above by Diggler coincidentally but I'm re-reading the Black Company series of books by Glen Cook, great crossover of fantasy/military and one of my favourite ever characters (called Croaker) as the principal narrator, happy days!

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    re-reading "Blink- the power of thinking without thinking" by malcolm gladwell.

    I've read all his books except the latest one, must hunt around for it.

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    Any Christopher Moore fans? His books are stupidly funny.... especially Lamb... or fucking weird.... like Fluke

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    Surprised most of you can read...

    I thought that most of you only looked at yr weekly subscription to Playboy

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    Playboy is not published weekly...err...I have been told.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EL-TOPPO View Post
    Surprised most of you can read...
    ....says the sheep-shagging Welshman....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Forrest View Post
    ....says the sheep-shagging Welshman....
    And your point is? You moose humping mountie

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    my point is that I'm surprised your kind can read.....


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    Recently started reading Rivers of London, which is about a policeman who discovers he can see ghosts and use magic. It's much better than it sounds.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rivers_of_London_(novel)

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    Yeah, I hope you dont work in sales Cafc, lol


    Reading David Baldacci - The Whole Truth at the minute. Conspiracy theorists would like it

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    Just finished Harry Redknapp book which was a good read

    Terry Venables and Championship Manager killed my life (or whatever its called) are next up

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    Finished Connie Willis' Doomsday Book. She is the slowest writer I have ever read.

    Started Shadow's Saga by O.S.Card. Hell of a book, wheightwise that is Tells the story of Bean from Ender's Game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermotron View Post
    Reading David Baldacci - The Whole Truth at the minute. Conspiracy theorists would like it
    The wife is reading Baldacci's The Innocent and she's not liking his style of writing, although the plot itself is apparently fine.

    I've finally started a currently 5-part series of books;



    Halfway through the first book and it's smashing. The only problem is that the local library only has the first three books.

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    I have all his Caesar books and his 5 book series on Genghis Khan...... both are amazing so make sure you get your hands on all of them

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    Taking a trip down memory lane and reading 1984

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    Started another fantasy series, The Dwarves. It's translated from German but pretty good so far

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    Read this...



    ...and volume II arrived just the other day.




    I fucking love bookdepository.com.

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    Just finished book one of The Passage trilogy. What an insane read. Incredible book. Really hope the other 2 in the series are as good.

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