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I'm reading Needful Things by Stephen King.
I'm not very far into it, only page 207, but I have always been impressed with his ability to convey a subtly building emotion with each page. Not horror necessarily. Maybe dread.


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The Sound and the Furry By William Faulkner (Im loving it so far)
and Nightshade by Nora Roberts


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Book 1 of the Abolethic Sovereignty, Plague of Spells, by Bruce R. Cordell. It's fantasy with some fascinating characters.

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Currently I'm reading "The Invisible Man" by H.G. Wells. It's a pretty good read. It's not a big book at all and I'm half way through it.

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Honestly, Pet Cemetary and Fellowship of the Ring... I've been lazy reading these in the past, only getting halfway through... Love these so much...

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The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula K. LeGuin

Also George Orwell's 1984

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I am reading a few things right now.

The Agony and the Ecstasy by Irving Stone

Angels and Demons by Dan Brown (want to finnish it before the movie)

Wurthering Heights by Emily Bronte

100 Years of Solitude by Marquez

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Right now I am reading a few books. They're Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and Emma by Jane Austen.. I love clasics! :D


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Ok, I just finished Angels and Demons, and I'm about to read (god help me) The Da Vinci Code... According to my friends, where I'm already questioning I will fall apart near the end of this book, so wish me luck X-P

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Personally I liked the Da Vinic Code better than Angels and Demons. Though I have not finiished Angels and Demons yet, I felt Da Vinci Code was slightly better written and it captivated me a bit more.

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About to start The Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace.

Just finished In Cold Blood by Truman Capote. GREAT book!


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Swan Peak, by James Lee Burke.

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Nine Stories by J.D Salinger

The Quincunx by Charles Paliser

The Scarlet Letter by Hawthrone

Women in Love by D.H. Lawrence

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