I just finished Dragon by Clive Cussler and before that Corsair by the same author.
Now I have to read chapters out of my World Religions and Biology book. Oh the joys of being diligent in college.
The Color of Night by David Lindsey. Spy thriller. Good read.
Just starting "Harbour" by John Ajvide Lindqvist.
If it's anywhere near as good as his first two, "Let The Right One In" and "Handling The Undead" it will have been worth the wait. 499 pages that I want to take my time with,not knowing how long the wait may be for his next book.
Any others who really like his books?
Or, the original movie of Let The Right One In?
Wait a second. What happened to Larson? Why couldn't he write another? Did he pull a Frank Herbert/Robert Jordan???
Speaking of which, I'm currently rereading the first post-Jordan Wheel of Time novel, in anticipation of the next one, due next month...
Currently reading The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
I'm finishing up War and Peace. I'm still debating whats going to be next. I've got 5 books waiting for me.
By the way all three books have been made into movies. And they're all superb.
Very well done with a fine cast. Each will stand alone, but best bet is to watch them in the same order as the books.I've watched them twice and about ready for another go.
I'm currently reading my way back through The Wheel of Time series so I can pick up the first post-Jordan book. I'm really hoping he doesn't screw it up.
I haven't updated lately. Finished Fellowship of the Ring, and now about halfway through The Two Towers.
Just picked up "Cyanide & Happiness" and "Ice Cream & Sadness".
I love comics!
But I still think this one has, hands down, the most chill-down-the-spine inducing moment to date. Dumai's wells held that spot for me for a long time. But the punch in the face moment in Gathering Storm just blew me away...
Finished Baroque Cycle!!!! The Baroque Cycle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia All bazillion pages
Reading Uncubicled now
Just wrapped up Pilgrim's Progress. For whatever insane reason, I picked up the version in the King's English. That was rough.
But after that slow read, I've picked right through a third of the Count of Monte Cristo.