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#161 Offline Ghost of Romance

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Posted Apr 25 2013 - 08:32 AM

Deus Ex: Icarus Effect by James Swallow.

It was ok. Pretty much what you would expect from a video game tie-in.


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#162 Offline Fairy Paladin

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Posted May 04 2013 - 09:09 AM

So I finally got around finishing Bram Stoker's Dracula. Can only recommend it, it's both a thrilling and entertaining read. ^^


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Posted May 05 2013 - 04:09 PM

For fun or for class?  I read Nan Shepherd's Quarry Wood for class, but for fun the last book I read was Princess of Mars.


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Posted May 16 2013 - 09:21 PM

I finished To Kill a Mockingbird a little while ago. When I first began reading it for class I assumed that it wouldn't be very interesting, but it turned out to be an extremely enthralling read. Next up: John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and Lopez Lomong's Running for My Life, all for summer reading.


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Posted May 18 2013 - 12:45 PM

Finished A Dance with Dragons. Sure was fun.

 

And by fun I mean I watched all my favourite characters die.


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Posted May 25 2013 - 09:05 AM

Re-read LOTR for a book talk. Quite a favourite of mine. Before that I read Arthas: Rise of The Lich King and 747 things to do on a plane.
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Posted May 28 2013 - 01:14 AM

Just finished the first book of the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind, namely Wizard's First Rule. Can't wait to get started on the next one sometime later today. ^^


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Posted May 28 2013 - 08:21 PM

Re-read Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West by Gregory Maguire. I don't know anything about Oz beyond the most famous MGM movie version, and I haven't read any of Baum's books. But I love how Maguire completely deconstructs Oz and turns it into something else entirely. He really makes the world believable, and his take on the witch is fascinating. I'm in the process of reading the sequel right now, and while it doesn't seem to be starting off as strong, I'm sure it will still be an interesting read at worst.


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Posted Jun 06 2013 - 03:32 PM

Finished up Allen Ginsberg's Selected Poems 1947-1995. Don't really read much poetry, but I do enjoy it.


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Posted Jun 07 2013 - 11:32 PM

harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban

 

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Posted Jun 13 2013 - 03:52 PM

Just finished reading The Prestige, by Christopher Priest, yesterday. I then re-watched the film last night. =P Both really are amazing works of art, and I'm having trouble deciding which I preferred. Both were fantastic, and ultimately the same, yet very different at the same time. Either way, the book is fantastic and definitely recommended. The writing structure was really enjoyable. 

 

Since my last post I've also read...wow, I haven't posted in a while:

  • The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern, which is one of my favorite novels ever. Also about magicians, but far different from The Prestige. It's really an amazing book, though. Experiencing this book seemed to be like experiencing the circus itself--reading all of the descriptions, the clever details; everything was very well-written. A fantastic story with an extremely enjoyable setting, characters, etc. I only wish it wasn't over (at the same time being extremely satisfied--as much as I almost wish it was a series, it's perfect as a standalone), and eagerly await Erin Morgenstern's next book. Highly recommended.
  • Jurassic Park, by Michael Crichton. Quite a fun book. I need to re-watch the movie sometime.
  • Human Chain, by Seamus Heaney. Perhaps my favorite poet after Edgar Allen Poe, Heaney really is amazing. 
  • The Raven Boys, by Maggie Stiefvater. One of my friends at school made me read this, and it was pretty good. 
  • The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor, by Robert Krikman and Jay Bonansinga. Wasn't a huge fan of the present tense, but I really enjoyed the story--good addition and background to the Walking Dead universe.
  • The Aylesford Skull, by James P. Blaylock. The first Steampunk novel I have read by one of the grandfathers of Steampunk, this was really enjoyable. I also just love the Victorian era. 
  • A Study in Scarlet, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Great first Sherlock Holmes novelette. It got a little long during the first part of the second half, but I have to commend Doyle for how much depth he put into the character, even if not necessarily all of it needed to be in the story. I also loved seeing the relationship between this story and "A Study in Pink" from the TV show Sherlock.
  • The Sign of Four, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I really liked the old TV movie version of this with Jeremy Brett, and reading it was fun. 
  • Little Brother, by Cory Doctorow. Not really my favorite book. but it wasn't bad. 
  • Devils in Exile, by Chuck Hogan. I think I preferred The Town/Prince of Thieves, but this was an enjoyable book as well. 

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Posted Jun 14 2013 - 12:44 AM

Angels of Darkness by Gav Thorpe. A nice quick wh40k read.Before that, Dark Tower 2 and 3 by William King. Amazing, I love the 2nd one. An before THAT, the first book of the Neverwinter Saga, Gauntlgrym. I love Drizzt but he seems different in this book. o_O
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Posted Jun 20 2013 - 05:34 AM

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Posted Jun 21 2013 - 01:35 PM

Finished Of Mice and Men (Steinbeck) and Running for my Life (Lomong). The former is brilliantly done; it delivers a powerful, engaging story full of fascinating, believable characters in just over a hundred pages. The latter is certainly worth a read as well.

 

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Posted Jun 22 2013 - 12:22 PM

[color=#ffff00;]"Batman The Killing Joke" by Alan Moore I think it's a good book though I don't know why Alan Moore says otherwise. "Arkham Asylum: A serious house on a serious earth" by Grant Morrison there was so much symbolism I had to look at the script notes just to see what he was talking about still enjoyable though the symbolism is very easy to miss. "The Honorable Schoolboy" by John le Carre I think my one problem is that I always feel I missed something but I just got to the second chapter so that might change and it is somewhat intriguing.[/color]


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Posted Jun 27 2013 - 09:30 PM

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Posted Jun 30 2013 - 03:50 AM

derek landy's skulduggery pleasant: the faceless ones; it's AWSESOME!


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Posted Jun 30 2013 - 02:04 PM

My most recent read was Neil Gaiman's The Ocean at the End of the Lane. It was really good, and really exemplifies that type of horror in childhood that comes from a sense of powerlessness and bewilderment.


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Posted Jun 30 2013 - 02:26 PM

[color=#ff0000;]Heroes of Olympus:  Mark of Athena[/color]


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Posted Jul 02 2013 - 04:05 AM

I've just started Jules Verne's The Mysterious Island.


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Posted Jul 02 2013 - 10:39 AM

Finished Orson Scott Card's Earth Unaware on the plane yesterday, and I'm just finishing up World War Z.

 

The latter is good (haven't seen the movie, but I hear that's mostly irrelevant to the book plot), but it's losing a lot of steam at the end. Glad my roommate happened to have a copy, anyway. The Ender book was great, though could easily have not been the start of a trilogy, and just been a whole story.


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Posted Jul 02 2013 - 04:58 PM

John Green's The Fault in Our Stars. Pretty good book, though my friends overhyped it to make it seem godly and not just a good book.


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[font="'courier new', courier, monospace;"][color=rgb(128,0,128);]Skulduggery Pleasant: Kingdom of the Wicked [/color][/font]

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Posted Jul 10 2013 - 10:45 PM

1984. Interesting fact, the graphics of obey shirts came from the film adaption of 1984.


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Posted Jul 16 2013 - 04:29 PM

[font="'lucida sans unicode', 'lucida grande', sans-serif;"][color=#0000cd;]Just at the end of Three Men in a Boat. An enjoyable read for sure. I also happen to be reading somewhere around five or six other books. And I wonder why it takes so long to finish a book.[/color][/font]

 

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Posted Jul 21 2013 - 06:13 PM

Finished The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. It was assigned for summer reading, but that didn't stop it from being one of the greatest books I've ever read. Now if only I didn't have to go back and write a bunch of journal entries about it...

 

I'll probably read A Monster Calls or A Game of Thrones next.


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Posted Jul 21 2013 - 08:02 PM

Last book I finished was Eragon, in the middle of Eldest now.


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Posted Jul 22 2013 - 03:32 AM

Moebius' Arzak, if graphic novels count. I like it, has great artwork and an interesting world.

 

If not that then Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert. Haven't rea too far into it yet, but so far so good.


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Posted Jul 22 2013 - 07:12 AM

A Dance with Dragons. Now I can safely browse the internet without being spoiled!


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Posted Jul 22 2013 - 02:23 PM

[font="'times new roman', times, serif;"][color=#000080;]Since my last post I've read the full trilogy of the Lord of the Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien, as well as American Gods, by Neil Gaiman. Not that it wasn't already a known fact, but these books really do just prove the genius of Tolkien. And definitely better than the movies, too (which is saying a lot, as the movies are some of my all-time favorites--I re-watched the extended trilogy after finishing the books)--the best examples of that are the Ents, the confrontation of Gandalf and the Witch King, and the Scouring of the Shire. For the former, those were actually some of my favorite chapters of the whole trilogy, whereas in the movie those scenes were probably some of my least favorite. As for Gandalf/Witch King, that was most likely the greatest scene in the entire trilogy. The last couple pages of "The Siege of Gondor" were simply amazing and super cool and awesome. In the movies, it gets an extremely short scene exclusive to the extended edition. I never thought that scene was bad, but after having read the original in the book...yeah, Jackson kind of failed that one. And the "Scouring of the Shire" chapter was a really awesome addition in the book. [/color][/font]

 

[font="'times new roman', times, serif;"][color=#000080;]Oh, and I also kind of hate the ending of LOTR. =P Not by any fault of Tolkien (or Jackson, for the movies), but simply because of that nostalgic, "what now" feeling. And I just hate that feeling. It's really very realistic, though--what would you do after that? How can you go back to just a normal life? Tolkien did an amazing job with it (and I think it was better because there was the Scouring of the Shire), but I think Jackson did it fairly well, too--the bar scene, specifically, and how they're just kind of there, separate from everyone else. Anyway, just a very realistic ending but not quite my favorite feeling. =P [/color][/font][color=rgb(0,0,128);font-family:'times new roman', times, serif;]All in all, amazing books and the movies are great adaptations. [/color]

 

[font="'times new roman', times, serif;"][color=#000080;]American Gods was also really good--I've been a big fan of Mythology since taking Latin during high school (where we also studied some Greek/Roman Mythology), and all those elements in the book made it really enjoyable. [/color][/font]


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Posted Jul 23 2013 - 01:17 PM

The last book I read was Nada by Laforet, for school. It makes a really interesting picture of postwar Barcelona, a hopless, broken, gray world which translates in broken, hopless and miserable characters. Right now I'm also reading The Short Timers by G. Hasford. So far, I'm enjoying how the brutality of war is protrayed, and the effect that it has on the soldiers.


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Posted Jul 26 2013 - 04:34 AM

Last one was A Clash of Kings, currently on A Storm of Swords. Gonna finish up GoT and go for some Palahniuk, starting with Rant.


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Posted Jul 26 2013 - 08:49 PM

[color=#991111;]I believe the last thing I finished reading was A Dance With Dragons.[/color]
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Posted Jul 27 2013 - 11:52 AM

Finished Amnesia Moon by Jonathan Lethem. Considering Gun, With Occasional Music is one of my favourite books, it took me a while to check his other work out, but I'm glad I finally did.

A very engaging and intriguing book, with the right amount of humour and a great post-apocalyptic setting and characters. Loved how you can never be quite sure what exactly is real or who's telling the truth, and whether you can actually trust the protagonist's memories.


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Posted Jul 30 2013 - 09:11 AM

The last book I finished was Secret of the Rosary by St. Louis de Montfort. I'm about to pick up either Ray Bradbury's short story collection, or Arthur C. Clarke's Rendevous With Rama. Or possibly Isaac Asimov's Pebble in the Sky.


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Posted Aug 06 2013 - 08:01 PM

X:15 - An Ambage Anthology. There's a lot of really good stories in there. Certain bits aren't quite as polished as others, but it's definitely worth a read.

 

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Posted Aug 07 2013 - 03:09 AM

Moving pictures, by Terry Pratchett. I'm trying to read all of the discworld books, I'm about half way through :D It was very good. I also just started The return of the king, for the second time, by J.R.R tolkein.


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Posted Aug 08 2013 - 01:19 PM

The Graveyard Book, Neil Gaiman. Not for the kids, despite it's premise(A young boy lives in a graveyard, raised by ghosts). A brilliant novel, with loads upon loads on meticulous detail.


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Posted Aug 08 2013 - 02:39 PM

Dragons of Autumn Twilight. Fell in love with it, now reading the rest of Dragonlance. I have enough books for the rest of the year :D


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Posted Aug 08 2013 - 07:44 PM

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