what are you reading right now ?

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  1. t65flyer Jedi Knight

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    Gates of Fire...what a great book!
  2. JediDragon Jedi Grand Master

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    HOW CAN YOU PUT THE DRAGON REBORN ON HOLD???? IT'S ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS IN THE WHEEL OF TIME!!!! WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU??? PUT DOWN STAR WARS AND PICK TDR BACK UP NOW!!!
  3. Jedi_Knight_Birr Retired RSA

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    but...but its got chiss and jedi and lightsabres.


    although perrin is really cool.
  4. buffy_wine Jedi Master

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  5. buffy_wine Jedi Master

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    B what's the NJO series about?
  6. Jedi_Knight_Birr Retired RSA

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    NJO is the New jedi orcer book series. got the vong in it if you have ever heard of them. starts with vector prime.
  7. buffy_wine Jedi Master

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  8. JediDragon Jedi Grand Master

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    Started reading The Dead Zone by Stephen King last night. Loving it so far. Though it's not much like the movie or tv series so far *shrug* (it's better of course).
  9. Jedi Girl of Corellia Manager Emeritus

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    Reading Xenocide by Orson Scott Card.
  10. JediDragon Jedi Grand Master

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    haven't read that one yet. read ender's game and speaker for the dead...probably need to pick that one up eventually...
  11. PtrsonsZOO Force Ghost

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    The Ballad of the Harp Weaver - Edna St. Vincent Millay
    Family - Ian Frasier
    HTML for the World Wide Web - Elizabeth Castro
    Fatal Interview - Edna St. Vincent Millay
  12. Mistress Jedi Grand Master

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    Finished the Story of O in about an hour and a half, lol. I need a therapist, a priest and a bar of soap [face_shocked]

    Had to have me mum pat my head when I was done...the last of Mme Mistress' innocence flew away. Twas sad.

    Getting ready to speed read Bill O'Reillys book today [face_blush]
  13. Jedi_Knight_Birr Retired RSA

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    finished the dragon reborn. good book. need to finish survivors quest. all my brothers are wanting it already [face_shocked] can't even wait til im done for it.
  14. yodaman12002 Jedi Master

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    waiting is bad
    never wait
    must do things quickly and poorly
    and get it over with so i can move on to bigger better things
    like cow tipping
    thats sounds fun, but how big of a tip does a cow need
    i'm broke and can't afford a big one
  15. EWOKLVR Jedi Knight

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  16. Mistress Jedi Grand Master

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    How sad. :(

    M hugs Ewoklvr


    I just finished Wolves of the Calla. Wasnt my fave, but I was stoked to hear the last two books will be released this year. Soon...oh yes.
  17. SITH__CHICK RMFF CR

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    Finished that crapy book I was reading, can't even remember the name :( Now I'm reading Before the Storm of something like that.
  18. Mistress Jedi Grand Master

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    Right now, I'm reading about 87 ewok and spam sandwiches.
  19. BountyHunter-Firefly Jedi Knight

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    I just finished NJO: Final Prophesy for the second time. That book has made me think alot about the relationship between the Vong and the Jedi.

    I also finished Tatooine Ghost a couple weeks ago. If you haven't read this book you should. It gives you alot of insight about Luke and Leia's family's past. I thougt it was a good read anyway.
  20. SITH__CHICK RMFF CR

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    Loved that book too :D How ya doing Charles?
  21. BerusBantha Jedi Knight

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    Book 6 in Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series. Can't remember the name right now--just that it is book 6.
    (Perrin is my favorite character--unfortunatly he isn't even in all the books--but happily he is in this one though not a lot.)
    Unfortunatly about the only time I take to read is after getting into bed for the night and I sometimes fall asleep after reading only 4-5 pages. Thus it is taking me forever to get these books re-read when most of them are at least 900 pages each.
  22. Jedi_Knight_Birr Retired RSA

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    Book 6 in Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series. Can't remember the name right now--just that it is book 6.
    (Perrin is my favorite character--unfortunatly he isn't even in all the books--but happily he is in this one though not a lot.)



    ME TOO!!!!!!

    oh, and its lord of chaos.

    Perrin is so cool. he gets to swing a axe and talk to wolves! not like whiny rand "losing my mind" al'thor. what a cry baby that guy is. perrin is the coolest. he needs more book time. a lot more. and mat is cool. just not nearly as much as perrin. lord golden eyes rocks!

    the aes sedai are really neat too.
  23. buffy_wine Jedi Master

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    Reading Relic,(I think that is how it's spelled) and also working on the second Halo book.
  24. BerusBantha Jedi Knight

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    About 6 pages further along in Lord of Choas.
    Looking back at these posts...interesting that EWOKLVR can't read...but can somehow write.
  25. anthonymaul Jedi Master

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    IM READING THE DIRT FOR THE THIRD TIME.

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