[Oct] What Are You Reading?



Rivalry Saturday by Dave Hollingsworth and Steve Waite
Committed : Confessions of a Fantasy Football Junkie by Mark St. Amant

On Deck:

Bloody Sundays : Inside the Dazzling, Rough-and-Tumble World of the NFL by Mike Freeman

Something for Halloween. Don't know what yet.

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Since I'm taking classes this fall, I don't have time to read to pleasure. I guess I could list my school books, since I have to read those.

Writing Fiction by Burroway
Short Fiction by someone I can't remember
And some HUGE coffee-table Wine book.

Once the semester is over, I'll read Knife of Dreams by Robert Jordan. If I have time after finishing that before the spring semester starts, I'll probably re-read The Cleric Quintet by R.A. Salvatore.



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Finished "Perdido Street Station" by China Miéville wich was a good read - not spectacular - but soild.
Also finished "The Rule of Four" by Ian Caldwell & Dustin Thomason.
A book in the spirit of "The Da Vinci Code" but better. A highly enjoyable read!



I am about halfway through Michael Flynn's Lodestar. I bought the book for a dollar and it is a hardcore science fiction novel. I threatened to stop reading it twenty times because there is a large number of characters that the book follows. Not the best science fiction book that I have read but far from the worst.

I ordered the grab bags from the Science Fiction Book Club earlier this week so I can't wait to see what I get. This time they had a grab bag for science fiction and another one for fantasty. I ordered both since each had three books for $9.99. I love grab bags :)

Aris Dragonborn

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Actually reading two books simultaneously:

Eragon, by Christopher Paolini, in preparation for reading the sequel Eldest.

Fitzpatricks's War, by Theodore Judson. A sci-fi novel, set in the twenty-sixth century of earth. Interesting read so far.

In a week or two, I'll be picking up Knife of Dreams.

Also currently reading through Star Wars d20 in preparation for an upcoming campaign.

Angel Tarragon

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Merlion said:
Just the novella, or the short story collection of the same name?

I never finished the novella...need too.

The short story collection. With the absence of good programming on TV, I'm likely to finish it and start reading it again this weekend.


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"Elegy for a Lost Star" by Elizabeth Hayden. However, I'm just about done with it, so I plan to read through the "A Storm of Swords" by George R. R. Martin. After that, I have "Frankenstein" by Dean Koontz waiting in the wings.

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