Discussion in 'Community' started by Gandalf the Grey, Jan 3, 2006.
I'm reading A Feast For Crows.
Chronicles of Narnia, I recently purchased the whole collection for $25
Star Wars: Swarm War and The Goblet of Fire.
Star Trek: Ex Machina and Rise and Fall of Kahn Noonien Singh Vol. 1
Narnia, all of it. Don't know if that really needs a review so many know about it already, though I will say I can see the parallels to Christianity in it now.
Narnia number 1 of 7.
Currently reading Swarm War, and very disappointed with it. It's not at all the quality I expected from Denning, and the characterization of Luke and Mara makes me want to throw the book against a wall.
Other than that, I just finished Lost in a Good Book, by Jasper Fforde. What a brilliant book, on so many levels. Next up will be The Eyre Affair, which is actually first in the series. I got mixed up and read number two first.
LOTR: Return of the King
Heroes Die by Matthew Stover
Dark Lord: the Rise of Darth Vader by James Luceno
I'm reading Chainfire, by Terry Goodkind. It's rather good. I have liked most of the books in this series.
Also today i read my younger sister's book Uglies. Pretty cool book, although a young adult typebook. I enjoyed it. There's two more and I'd like to read those.
I'm reading the Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis.
I'm reading The Gathering Storm by Kate Elliott.
*raises hand and joins crowd reading the Narnia books*
I'm currently on The Horse and His Boy.
Hmmm, the rest of my list
The Historian... I stalled on this one about 2/3rds through.
The Han Solo trilogy (started rereading this one)
up next the many SW books I was given for xmas (eventually TDN once i get my hands on TSW)
*grumble* when am I ever going to find the time to read all of this stuff *grumble*
Clash of Kings. Following that, Swarm War. Then I don't know.
This evening I am going to begin re-reading The Magician's Nephew.
Just finished The Big Over Easy by Jasper Fforde, and next I'm probably going to reread The Well of Lost Plots, same author. So amazingly brilliant, those books are.
Hee, I'm in the middle of about four books.
I'm on Chapter 5 of The Swarm War and having to make myself read more.
S is for Silence by Sue Grafton
Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray
A Darkness at Sethanon by Raymond E. Feist. Has anyone read Feist before? My boyfriend got me started reading Magician and gave me Silverthorn and Darkness for Christmas, and I'm really enjoying them.
I'm onto Book X of Paradise Lost. And if His Dark Materials qualifies as fantasy, then I think Paradise Lost sort of half-does. It's certainly vivid and imaginative enough to qualify, whatever your views on the truth of the religious content.
the da vinci code, dan brown.
Young Jedi Knights: The Shards of Alderaan
I am looking forward to reading that book. It temps me daily. I am currently reading anoth Robert Langdon book titled
Angles & Deamonds, Dan Brown. Have you read this master peace yet?
I also started The History of Freemasonry
Just started Daughter of the Empire by Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts. I'm enjoying the eastern feel and the copious amounts of scheming.
Im reading Olympos by Dan Simmons, the sequel to Ilium, and its great
I'm reading though Clive Cusslers Dirk Pitt/NUMA Files books. I just finished Serpent, and I'm gonna go to the book store later to get another one.