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    Just finished the book Vampire Academy. It looked so moronic but I read it and it was actually decent. Looking forward to the sequel, Frost Bite.

    Hopefully tomorrow I'll be getting the book My Bonny Light Horseman, by LA Meyer. The sixth or so book in the Bloody Jack series. It can be a bit of an amateurly written series, but it makes up for it with its fun and its sexy moments. Also, although Jacky can be kinda annoying, she's hilarious and you can't help but love her.

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    Reading Feast of Souls by Ceila Friedman atm. It's soooo good, she has brilliant ideas and her characters are really well formed! I like her writing style as well!

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    Ok so im in the middle of His Majesty's Dragon. I am really enjoying it.

    Not as much as my fave series but still. its REALLY GOOD

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    I'm going to start reading GRRM again.

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    Whats GRRM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherie View Post
    Whats GRRM?
    George R. R. Martin

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    I'm reading Otto in the Time of Warrior, by Charlotte Haptie. The series is meant for people around the age of 10, but it's really good anyway. Anyway, you can enjoy it on many levels...or at least that's my excuse.

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    Mother got depressed with me reading a book a day, so she bought me Tolstoy's War and Peace in the hope that it would take me a while to finish, so I'm starting that.

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    I just skimmed over an older book that I've already read a couple times through-- Searching for Dragons, by Patricia C. Wrede. (in the Enchanted Forest Chronicles)

    They're quite wryly funny. Good comfort reads.

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    i just finished reading a book called "warrior" by marie brennan.
    it was ok, but the writing....well since the plot was so good i was hoping for really intense writing. not much luck there.
    hopefully "witch" (the sequel) will be better, according to some reviews it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherie View Post
    Ok so im in the middle of His Majesty's Dragon. I am really enjoying it.

    Not as much as my fave series but still. its REALLY GOOD
    what's it about? (srry if this seems like an obvious answer)

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    Give me a Fantisy book and i'll read it My 2END fave book is Inkheart by Cornelia Funk it is an amazing book my fave book series is Pellinor (trumpets sound in the back ground) Other books i like and suggest are the Stravaganza series by Mary Hoffman
    I have an endless list (wow i have no life... Oh well)

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    There's nothing wrong with likin a few good book! (haha like i said that a redneck :d

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    another good seires is the HEIR series

    Warrior Heir and Wizard Heir. I havent read Dragon heir yet but that one JUST came out

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    im re-reading the belgariad now,its so good

    has anyone read the noughts and crosses trilogy? ive heard its good but i want more confirmation before i try it

    is there anyone here who has read runemarks?or the ragwitch?

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