what are you reading right now ?

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  1. darth_hair Force Ghost

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    May 8, 2001
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    i finnished shadows of the empire(star wars soft core porn) and im not sure what i want to fill the NJO gap with .


    i can start the x wing books or read tales from the empire .
  2. arrowheadpodracer Force Ghost

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    Apr 9, 2002
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    X-WING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Those books changed my life.
  3. cyodarun Retired RMFF CR

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    Apr 23, 2002
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    LOTR trilogy, it has taken me a week to get to page 100.......I need more free time! I am totally getting into this whole Tolkien world though.
  4. darth_hair Force Ghost

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    May 8, 2001
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    i read the first chapter and so far it seems slow .


    oh yeah ,josh what are you reading ?
  5. PtrsonsZOO Force Ghost

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    Jul 30, 2001
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    I'm reading Rogue Squadron right now. A little slow in places, but I'm sticking w/ it until Heretic comes out next month
  6. arrowheadpodracer Force Ghost

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    Apr 9, 2002
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    I still need to start destinys way.

    I think I'll do that right now.
  7. Thok Force Ghost

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    May 24, 2002
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    lol xizor turns red. and dont forget chewie banging the door. Right now im reading the maltease falcon by dashiell hammet
  8. Obi_Wannabe Force Ghost

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    Mar 17, 2002
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    I'm reading Spike, Mike, Slackers and Dykes, but John Pierson, a first person account of the independent film movement from the mid eighties to the late nineties.
  9. BobaBen Jedi Master

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    Mar 17, 2002
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    Harry potter and the priosner of azkaban. next it will either be Frank Herberts Dune. So i can get everything he is talking about or LOTR Trilogy
  10. spikealus Jedi Knight

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    Apr 30, 2002
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    absolutely nothing although plan to re read the Harry Potter books in prepartion of No 5 coming out in spring so

    oh BobaBen love both lines in your sig line eps the Spike verse. poor spikey
  11. The_Supreme_Jedi Jedi Master

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    Jan 12, 2002
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    I just finished with the New Jedi Order and am looking for some other star wars book to read. Any sugestions?
  12. arrowheadpodracer Force Ghost

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    Apr 9, 2002
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    I really enjoyed the X-wing series. Since you're into ships & stuff, you may like them.
    That is, if you havent read them.
  13. The_Supreme_Jedi Jedi Master

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    Jan 12, 2002
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    No I haven't read them yet. I think I'll steal them from Cyber when I get the chance to.
  14. Jedi_Knight_Birr Retired RSA

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    Jun 27, 2002
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    while waiting for the next NJO book to come out, i just finished two books called Sabriel and Lirael. kind of teen reading but my friend said they were good. they actually were. now i am going to try and read dune before the NJO and after i do some round robin stuff.

    ED: must type slower.
  15. PtrsonsZOO Force Ghost

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    Jul 30, 2001
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    Michael - Excellent Book!

    Oh yeah, I'm also reading Shimmering Sword: Samurai, Western & Star Wars Sword Fighting :D
  16. arrowheadpodracer Force Ghost

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    Apr 9, 2002
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    Mac- Yes! RR stuff!! write like... like...
    the... wind?

    whatever. just WRITE!

    also, I bought the Dark Glory War written by Mike Stackpole (writer of 7 star wars books) Very dungeons and dragons, kinda LOTR type stuff. dragons, etc.
    Its pretty cool.

    Ive got it! write like:
    a monkey with a typwriter! :)
  17. Luvinna Force Ghost

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    Oct 29, 2002
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    Right now I'm rereading X-wing:The Krytos Trap (that's #3). Then I'll probably reread The Bacta War.

    I'll have to check out that Dark Glory War book. I've read some of Stackpole's non-SW books and I really liked them.

    Just biding my time until Remnant comes out. And then Tatooine Ghost a month after that. I have so many books on my "want to read" list, I don't know that I'll ever catch up.
  18. SITH__CHICK RMFF CR

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    Mar 25, 2002
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    Thanks to Jenn (Zoo), I made it through "Jedi Search" :) I've started the next book & when I get 1 more chapter done (tonite) I will start listening to it on tape and get through it in no time.
    Then I'll keep going, & going & going, I do need to put a stick of dynomite under my butt so I can get these done.
    I can't wait to read the NJO books. Maybe I should have made a New Years Resolution?
  19. Micah333 Jedi Knight

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    Aug 13, 2002
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    I'm reading "1984" and The Fellowship...
  20. Mistress Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 28, 2002
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    I just finished Fellowship of the Ring and will start TTT again, shortly. I plan to read them all at least once more before Return of the King comes out next December.
  21. BobaBen Jedi Master

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    Mar 17, 2002
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    I would also recomend anyone who is into sci fi hardcore. Frank Herberts DUNE. very hardcore sci fi and it makes you think.
  22. rfuthey Jedi Knight

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    May 14, 2002
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    Just finished Destiny's Way and am about to start Prey by Crichton.
  23. Clockwork Jedi Knight

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    Apr 12, 2002
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    I just finished reading Gunman's Rhapsody, a novel about Wyatt Earp - the author tried really hard to cover events not already covered by the numerous films about Earp, but it still came off as a story I'd seen before.

    Now I'm reading The Chronoliths by Robert Charles Wilson. Wilson is a very underrated sci-fi novelist who has produced an impressive body of work. Next time you're at the bookstore, check out one of his books.

    Of course I'm also reading numerous comic books - Amazing Spider-Man is being written by J. Michael Straczynski (Babylon 5's creator) and it is excellent.
  24. Jedi_Guy16 Jedi Master

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    Nov 28, 2001
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    Yeah, clockwork, ASM is really good. I subscribe to it. :)

    Right now I'm reading Arthur. a book about King Arthur, but not like any other Arthur stuff I've read before.
  25. Mistress Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 28, 2002
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    I just finished reading Coyotes, a book Zoo loaned to Spike and I picked up. It was a great read.
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