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What book are you in the middle of right now?

Necrozma

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I'm as well as Profesco in the middle of reading "Crime and Punishment". I have to do it for school, although I don't find the story great so far. The protagonist is weird though. :|
 

VeggiePopper

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I'm as well as Profesco in the middle of reading "Crime and Punishment". I have to do it for school, although I don't find the story great so far. The protagonist is weird though. :|
The good things come around the late part of the story. The ending dissapointed me though, but Raskolnikov's weirdness is great IMO.

I haven't opened a book in the last two years.

Shame on me :(
 

SharKing

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The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: basically, one big book containing the first five books and a short shory: "Young Zaphod Plays it Safe". I'm on book three: "Life, the Universe, and Everthing". (That Wowbanger really makes me laugh.)
 

SaintJimmy

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Seeing Redd; it's kind of like a twisted version of alice in wonderland.

The queen is actually alice's aunt, and is evil and the leader of "the black imagination" and her companion is The cat, who is a human/cat who can transform into a kitten at will and fool people.
Alice, is actually "Alyss" and is the warrior-queen of the white imagination and her companion and tutor is the rabbit, I suppose but he's actually "Bibwit".
And they have wars and stuff. xD
 

はりそん

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"The Killings at Badger's Drift" by Caroline Graham. (It is the book which the first episode of Midsomer Murders was based off, I love that show)^_^
I have to get back into reading it though.
 

AlexandraTheZoroark

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The Diary of Anne Frank. I checked it out at the library on Saturday last week, and since I'm intrested in history, I'm reading it. I'm in the middle of it now.
 

Ground Control

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I'm reading a small collection of Sherlock Holmes adventures by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The ones I'm reading are "The Red-Headed League", "The Adventure of the Speckled Band" and "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches".
 
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'Drood' by Dan Simmons. (I was loving it up until now. Spoiler alert, there's something about this Harry Potter-esque magic stuff involved that's just rubbing me the wrong way -- and I love HP. I was just expecting a 100% realistic horror novel...but I guess I can't judge, since I haven't finished it yet.)
 

Morru

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The Little Prince, spectacularly written by French author Antoine du Saint-Exupéry.
 

Synesus

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Books? Pfft, I'm too cool to read.

The Light Fantastic by Terry Pratchett.
 

Roulette

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Finally finished East of Eden, now I'm about halfway through Life of Pi by Yann Martel.
 

Cyber Jet

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A calvin and hobbs book.

To lazy to read long book with out a good sence of humor
 

Chebon

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The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga.
Reading it for school.

Thanks.
 
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