Seriously... my friend lent it to me.
It's really damn good, and I normally read pretty heavy books.
For class I'm reading Great Expectations, 1984, and some Chaucer...
Not quite as much fun.
I'm halfway through right now. Another great book from one of my favorite authors.
First overnight shift at my new job tonight.
Doubt I'll be able to go online...
So I'll be reading this...
It's written by a friend of mine. I've got the unabridged self-published version... I'm not far in. It has been bought up by a small publisher since then... just released or about to.
If you like fantasy, please consider this book. He's very talented.
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"a semicolon is used when an author could've chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. The author is you and the sentence is your life ; "
Peanut, this particular book isnt quite a King Arthur type, but its funny that you mention this because Cornwell has another series that is a different version of the Arthur story, set in ancient Britain around the year 500. If you like these types of books I would definitely recomend them, they're my favorite books by Cornwell.
The Winter King
Enemy of God
These three make up the series.
It is quite historically accurate at least as far as Sir Charles Oman's seven volume History of the Peninsular War is concerned (which I'm sure Bernard Cornwell has read).
British film companies did a TV series adaptation of the books (Sean Bean as Sharpe) which were quite good.
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I'm currently reading the Ozzy Osbourne autobiography 'I Am Ozzy' So far its pretty good, I'm only a couple chapters in though
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Bumping this thread because I'm an obsessive reader and I just finished a book...and yes I included the pictures with a kindle because I have one now!
Just finished this one:
The girl with the dragon tattoo is back. Stieg Larsson's seething heroine, Lisbeth Salander, once again finds herself paired with journalist Mikael Blomkvist on the trail of a sinister criminal enterprise. Only this time, Lisbeth must return to the darkness of her own past (more specifically, an event coldly known as "All the Evil") if she is to stay one step ahead--and alive.
And I'm now reading this one:
In a small East Texas town, three families of enormous wealth and power come to reside. The Tolivers are cotton tycoons, the Warwicks are lumber barons, and the DuMonts are retail magnates. The mutual respect formed between these elite families set up a social structure that will have long lasting repercussions through the generations for all their progeny.
I think that second one probably won't appeal to men.
...capture it...remember it...
Stephen King's Dark Tower Series.
Just picked up Wolves of the Calla: Dark Tower V, today.
Currently I am reading:
Been wanting to read it since I saw the movie. Ive got a book review coming up in my public speaking class so I thought itd be perfect opportunity.
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