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When was the last time you sat down and read a book?

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Sweetly Macabre

4:20 am, Aug 30 2010
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Recently I've been into audio books.
Super expensive without a library card, though.
But I can listen to stories all day long ^^

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Sovereign Grace

4:34 am, Aug 30 2010
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About 15 minutes ago. A book for AP Spanish called ''El Libro de Arena" by Jose Luis Borges. It's for homework (:

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4:38 am, Aug 30 2010
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The Black Prism - Brent Weeks

This morning.

Post #403044

5:14 am, Aug 30 2010
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just finished rereading the steven erikson series malazan book of the fallen and the latest dust of dreams. some of the characters came to some pretty nasty and drawn out deaths is the only problem with it but then again thats part of what makes it good knowing that the series is about the characters dying and how the deaths effect the world.

the description of the woman being hobbled is quick and brutal. it left me desolate for a while.

my favorite fantasy series next to the black company by glen cook.

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Inari Mara

5:20 am, Aug 30 2010
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Yesterday)) was readind some Ursula le Guinn

Post #405203
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12:25 am, Sep 9 2010
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Just a few days ago. (:
I read The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen, and I LOVED it.
I plan on buying it since I just borrowed the copy I just read
from the library.

Post #405242
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3:54 am, Sep 9 2010
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This morning. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Vol. II.
So interesting~ But I wish I had some more teen lit. instead.

Post #405245

4:03 am, Sep 9 2010
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super freaknomics a week ago, but I am leaving for the peace corps and expect to be reading a lot while I am in service

Post #405246

4:18 am, Sep 9 2010
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this morning i actually thought about reading a book, then my mind thought to it self and wondered when was the last time "I" choose (not some damn teacher makin me read in class) to read a book, well i ignored the thought , but since i saw this thread it came back. it was about 5 years ago when i was in 9th grade. its was a book called "rats saw god" by rob thomas it was short and good

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Queen! Mwhahaha

10:09 am, Sep 9 2010
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Last time I read a book was an hour ago. I'm past halfway in Dan Brown's Deception Point and I'm currently re-reading the Harry Potter collection.
( I'm on book 7 shy )

Reading (Mangas and books) is definitely my favourite pass time apart from Writing.

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10:14 am, Sep 9 2010
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It was like a week ago. I destroyed two 600 page books when I was on holiday because I was that bored and I had no Internet so I decided to read instead.
I went into that phase where I get hooked and ended up doing nothing but read when I could.

I have more books waiting to be read, but I just don't read them when I could be wasting time on the Internet instead laugh

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10:24 am, Sep 9 2010
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An hour ago. First I read Noli Me Tangere, one of our textbooks then my English textbook biggrin

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Post #405295
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10:52 am, Sep 9 2010
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Everytime i get bored and have no internet, i read a book, ebook or listen to audiobooks. and when I have no more books to read/listen to. I re-read them again(mostly Neil Gaiman's novels/shorts because they're always interesting even if I already read them).
now I'm reading Lovecraft's books

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Post #408719
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9:20 am, Sep 22 2010
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I just got a new job where i work a 12 hour graveyard shift so for the last week or so i have had a lot of time to read. I was able to read a few books that i have been wanting to for a while.
Osamu Dazai's- No Longer Human- this novel was very interesting and even though it was written almost 70 years ago and in a different country i can still really relate to the story. long story short check it out.
Albert Camus's- The Stranger- Also a very good novel about how a ordinary man can be put into a extreme situation and how this can make you examine your own life, while everyone is is doing it for you.
Philip K Dick- Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep- futuristic story that explores the relationships between humans and machines. This is the book that the movie Blade runner was based on, but i have to say they are very different from each other.

Now i have to go get a new book to read for tomorrow's shift none

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9:47 am, Sep 22 2010
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The only books I ever read are the ones we have to study on. I last read The Silver Donkey (very boring, in my opinion), yesterday.

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