just finished the first HUNGER GAMES!!! it was amazing!!! what a great place to visit in my dreams!!! just started the second one and am soo excited!!
Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming A shame you have to order it, at least wherever I asked, they never had the book at hand. Very informative and helpful, especially for WBTB.
Not reading yet, but will be by tomorrow when the book arrives in the mail.
The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss. The sequel to The Name of the Wind. I was waiting for the trade paperback release which happened like two weeks ago. I’d almost forgotten about it but was thankfully reminded by a friend. Gonna be awesome.
Indeed The Wise Man’s Fear is Good ^^
I’m rereading The Fifth Elephant by Terry Pratchett and also rereading American Gods by Neil Gaiman at the moment
I don’t know if I wrote here, but I’m reading Bloodlines by Richelle Mead, it’s a “spin-off” series to her Vampire Academy series, but doesn’t read like a spin-off which makes it so much more awesome. Also, for class I’m currently reading Nietzsche’s “Use and abuse of History” which is alright, if you read it like Shakespeare’s work. And a book called Nightwood by Djuna Barnes which also needs to be half read like Shakespeare, but it better than Nietzsche’s work.
I have several books started, but I’m not actively reading any of them. Right now, when I go to bed, I just watch Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends on my iPod, since I wanted to watch it again one day, and decided to watch it in bed. Now I got into a habit of it. I actually think it’s a pretty great show, though I guess that’s a lecture for a different topic.
EDIT: Added something.
Agatha Christie’s “Death on the Nile”. I’m not really into mysteries, but I’m actually really enjoying it.
Okay, I finished re-reading The Name of the Wind yesterday and I wanted to immediately start with The Wise Man’s Fear.
I don’t know how I did it, but I’m already 370 pages into the damn novel after just one day. It’s rare that I read for like 10 hours in a single day, lol… Just under two-thirds to go, but I think I’m gonna have to pace myself since my dreaming is starting to suffer dramatically XD
I took your word for it and bought the 3 first books. I hope you were right.
Dang i read alot… my kindle is overblown with books… but anyway i just finished “the son of neptune” and im half way ththough “The beyonders”
P.S. Kids get into reading If you do youll end up like me a freshman with a 12.9 Reading level
Omg the Son of Neptune is out? Excuse me while I go fangirl scream. How is it? (No spoilers) XD
Yea i dident know that either until i was in Costco with my cousin and there it is and OMG ITS OUT!!! immediately went home and got it on my kindle and read the book in 2 days stayed up till 3:30 in the morning finishing it… IT WAS AMAZING! i love it and cant wait for the 3rd book to come out it has a huge cliffhanger at the end tho but is is awesome if you have kindle or nook i can give you the .MOBI file so you can read it, i would recommend it to you
Just found out Snuff was released in the UK last week… let’s see how fast I can get one
Just about to read “How Music Works” by John Powell. It’s incredibly well written in a very casual, friendly way. He’s obviously an incredibly intelligent man and has done some fabulous scores including How To Train Your Dragon as well as been involved in collaborations with Hans Zimmer on projects such as The Road to El Dorado.
Lol Twilight iz laik the best book evar. <3
I did read the Uglies trilogy though. Poor character development, amazing concept and strong plot.
I actually just bought Son of Neptune for my yesterday
Am I the only one who is disappointed that Percy is the focus?
(Only on the third chapter, though)
Well yea they could switch between camps every now and then but you don’t even see mension of half blood unroll the end but the next book should fix that and you will know why when its over
^ But the first book is just Jason at Camp Halfblood. And so of course the second would be just Percy at… the other camp. o_O Don’t spoil it for me /me is not planning to get the book for a bit XD
Yes you have the main idea
Hehe, it only gets better from there on out. I read the first book many years ago and it took about 200 pages before I was fully hooked. After that, though, the series didn’t let me go until I’d finished all four (at the time) books.
As someone who’s read all the books currently out in that series (multiple times): you won’t be disappointed.
Also: I recently finished The Wise Man’s Fear. I need something new. Thinking of either the Earthsea series or maybe the Farseer Trilogy. I’ll think about it for a while before I make a decision. Maybe I should read something lighter first, like some of the classics I have on my shelf that I haven’t touched since I bought them a year ago. I’m looking at you, Hound of the Baskervilles.