I've been on the hunt for a good read lately, seeing as it's been a couple months since I've read a decent book. I usually have at least a couple recommendations from friends to go on, but I really haven't heard of anything that's sparked my interest. So if anyone's got any book recommendations out there, feel free to share them with us here.
Also, feel free to discuss any books/literature, whether it's stuff you are reading now, you read at some point in the past, or that you're planning on reading.
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Feb 01, 09 at 3:17am
Who is Watchmen by?
Jan 13, 09 at 4:04am
I watched the movie, it was good.
I just finished reading Watchmen, it was great. I finished Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk too, it was amazing. Chuck Palahniuk is my favorite author.
Jan 13, 09 at 3:26am
I have to read The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri. Haven't exactly got around to starting but I will probably this week.
Jan 13, 09 at 3:25am
I'm currently reading Digital Fortress.
I've really taken a liking to Dan Brown books.
Dec 26, 08 at 3:36pm
I just started reading The Ruins by Scott Smith.
I saw the movie and it blew hard. My dad told me how good the book is so I thought I'd give it a read. Really great thus far.
Dec 21, 08 at 4:31pm
I just read a book called "looking for alaska" it is a short book but a good book, it is a sad teen love story that leaves you likke OSHI- D'=
Dec 14, 08 at 10:07pm
The last books I read was the Twilight Saga. (Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer)
There my favorite. ^^; Anyway I'm looking for another book that I could read in my free time. Any suggestions on a really good book that you liked? I'm really into adventure//romance//mystery... Rofl, I could probably go on and on.
Dec 01, 08 at 6:05am
Little Black Sombo
Nov 30, 08 at 1:59am
I haven't read books like that in a while... I simply don't have the time anymore. Once I start some Political Science classes, however, I'm sure I'll be forced to find time.
In lieu of that and as the completely mature college student I am, I have gotten into comic books recently. Mostly Alan Moore works, such as V for Vendetta, Batman: The Killing Joke, The Watchmen, etc. Don't require as much time to read and since they're from Alan Moore they pack as much philosophy on human nature and politics as other works of fiction that are totally text based.
Nov 29, 08 at 7:37pm
I started reading Robert Reich's other book, The Work of Nations. I have not read it in a few days, though.
I have found this book to be very insightful, though, teaching me a lot about the nation's economical history.
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