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What book are you in the middle of right now?

EpicYoshi

I want eShop...
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To Kill a Mockingjay.
In school, I'm reading (and taking notes on...) To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

I'm also coincedentally reading Mockingjay, the third book in The Hunger Games saga by Suzanne Collins. It's epic. Really epic.
 

Leggo

bonsoir je m'appelle lafayette
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I finished Save The Date by Tamara Summers and Queen of Everything by Deb Caletti.
 

KronosClownz

Studying Greek Mythology.
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Eclipse. Spoiler warning:
At the part where Jacob just left the tent for the fight.
 

Tsuness

The Creeping Darkness
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Chapter 2 of my Analytical Chemistry book... >_> probably not the answer you wanted.
 

Magmortar123

Get those Devil Horns up
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Chariots of the Gods. Interesting book.
Posted via Mobile Device
 

Rainbow

literal shrubbery
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We've been reading The Odyssey in school.
 

Barb

Java Girl
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Worth Dying For by Lee Child
Sense & Sensibility & Sea Monsters by Ben Winters
Where There's A Will by Aaron Elkins
 

garrison-san

someone in the dark
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"The Greatest Sci-Fi Movies Never Made" by David Hughes

Entertaining book about all those sci-fi movies that never were. Actually, a lot of the examples included here, like The Hitch-Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy, Spider-Man and The Fantastic Four, did see the light of day eventually, but not without spending decades rotting in Development Hell, being passed from hands to hands and going through umpteen different rewrites and re-envisionings. Sadly, we never got to see Steven Spielberg's Night Skies (though we got E.T. and Poltergeist instead) or the Outer Limits movie, and I'll forever be curious about how Tim Burton's take on Superman would have gone down. A nice glimpse at what could have been, as well as just how messy, hair-rippingly hellish an industry Hollywood can really be.
 

That Guy

thea ante hominēs
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Kid Swap by Michael Lawrence

I'm thinking about buying the rest of the series, because I've read them but I've forgotten what happens in a few of them.
 

Litten

Consideration
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I'm re-reading "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" since I saw the movie recently and it sparked my interest in the franchise again. I love this book despite its minor flaws; Harry Potter books just get better with age.
 

AlexandraTheZoroark

HAS RETURNEEEEDDD!!!!
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Homestead on the Hillside by Mary J. Holmes. The book is, like, 90 or something years old, and it's BORING. I found it today in the spare bedroom in my house, and read it because I was bored. I'm only 3 pages in, it's so boring.
 

Dark Tranquillity

Christian Brutal Sniper!
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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Dark Sundays by Donn Cortez

I'm not really in the middle of it, I just started it fairly recently.
 

Admiral Tso

Gabber Power
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The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah, best works Stephen King has done.
 

S. Seagrave

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Anna Karenin, by Leo Tolstoy
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Memoires de Napoleon Bonaparte, by Bourrienne
 
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