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Just read The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. It was pretty good.

 

Now I'm reading Paper Towns by John Green and I'm loving it. (:

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Currently re-reading Snuff by Terry Prachett. Had to buy a new copy after the puppy chewed the old one.

 

As for ASOIAF, I'm going to wait until all the books are out before starting. I hate getting into a story and then having to wait years to find out what happens next.

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I was reading Wolves and War by Candy Rae, I have yet to move onto the second of the series. The book was quite amazing, intense and intriguing. You can only read it virtually though. No paper copies whatsoever.

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We Are Your Sisters: Black Women in the Nineteenth Century by Dorothy Sterling. Great read, but as heartbreaking and disgusting as you would expect.

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Medea and Other Plays by Euripides ^u^ reading it for my high school english class but i'm really excited. i'm also reading How to Read Literature like a Professor by Thomas Foster cool.gif

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Still in the middle of One Hundred Years of Solitude, but now I'm reading Oscar Wilde's short stories as well. Marvellous.

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Blood of Dragons, the final part in Robin Hobb's Rain Wild Chronicles.

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Ender's Game, in honor of the movie being made for it. Let it be known that I've been a fan of the series looooong before even a trailer came out. No one must doubt my fangirlness of the movie coming. XD

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The Neverending Story by Michael Ende. Loved the movie as a kid, so I have high hopes for the book.

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The Neverending Story by Michael Ende. Loved the movie as a kid, so I have high hopes for the book.

It may just be me, but I found that book incredibly boring. The movie however was spectacular. blink.gif

 

As for me, I just finished re-reading The Sorrows of Young Werther. It's a nearly 250-year-old epistolary novel written by J. W. von Goethe. I'd never read an epistolary novel, or such an old book, before taking this up and I haven't regretted it since. I ADORE this book so much it isn't even funny. I'm not a very emotional person, but the emotion in Werther's "letters" is so intense that even I felt affected by it and was utterly drawn in (the ending actually had me feel heartache and pity poor old Werther).

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Two on the go at the moment:

 

Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel

The Diving-Bell & The Butterfly by Jean-Dominique Bauby

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Artemis Fowl <3

I thought it was boring when I picked it up the first time my Sister recommended it tongue.gif

 

I picked it up yesterday to give a second attempt xd.png LOVE it! Already up to page 186!

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1984 by George Orwell

1/3 of things in this book became real;;;

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Just read "Fortunately the milk..." yesterday. How does NG make me smile with - like - EVERYTHING he writes ?

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For school; The Canterbury Tales.

For pleasure; currently nothing, but I plan to get Dune soon and read it.

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