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What Are You Reading? Part 18 [December]

Old 12-30-03, 09:19 PM
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Just Finished:
Shadows Bend by David Barbour and Richard Raleigh.

Next Up:
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.
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Old 12-30-03, 11:28 PM
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I finshed Robin Hobb's first Farseer book, Assassin's Apprentice and it was awesome. I couldn't put it down, I kept reading until like 2 am. It's probably right up there with Martin's ASOIAF, maybe a slight notch below. I'm onto book 2.
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just finished: wheel of time: crossroads of twilight and the dark tower: wolves of the calla

am about to finish: harry potter (most recent one)
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Old 12-31-03, 12:26 PM
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Originally posted by Beaver
I finished Musashi by Yoshikawa.
How was it? I've had it 'in queue' forever, but can't seem to get started. I also just came across a treasure yesterday, a first edition second printing of Shogun for $6, w00t! So now I've got two samurai epics to decide between.
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Originally posted by Mutley Hyde
How was it? I've had it 'in queue' forever, but can't seem to get started. I also just came across a treasure yesterday, a first edition second printing of Shogun for $6, w00t! So now I've got two samurai epics to decide between.
I liked Musashi a lot. It was a very readable epic...had good action, suspense, insight into samurais and the culture and some romance.
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Old 12-31-03, 06:24 PM
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The Great Movies by Roger Ebert

Next up is the new revised Don't Know Much About History one of my favorite books that I'm reading again since its been revised.
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