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What are you reading?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Hunter, Jan 24, 2017.

  1. Prrkafar

    Prrkafar New Member

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    A Dog’s Purpose by W Bruce Cameron[​IMG]
     
  2. Hadmar

    Hadmar Queen Bitch of the Universe

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    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Again. It's been way too long that I read it and IIRC I never read all the books, only three of em. So that's happening now, but will take a while.
     
  3. Selerox

    Selerox COR AD COR LOQVITVR

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    I'm currently two books away from completing re-reading Jim Butcher's phenomenal series The Dresden Files.

    Very well crafted and developed urban fantasy crossed with hard-boiled detective fiction, in a world where the supernatural exists alongside our own, with everyone rationalising away the terrifying stuff they might catch glimpses of. Professional Wizard (he's in the Yellow Pages), Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden does know what lurks out there, and isn't for one second going to let them prey on the people of his city, Chicago. A little bit of humour thrown in for good measure every so often, it's a must for those who like their heroes to take a savage beating on a (very) regular basis.

    It's one of those series that genuinely does get better with each book. Butcher's first novel was Storm Front, the first book in the series, and it shows to an extent, although it's still a fantastically entertaining book. The subsequent books get very much better very quickly, with the individual stories linking into a larger arc plot (or rather plots), with the wider supernatural world becoming gradually more and more filled out, with brilliant tie-ins to real world mythology and folklore. There be monsters...

    Waiting for the next one is painful.
     
  4. NeoNite

    NeoNite Eternal sunshine

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    Just started reading "under the dome" by Stephen King. Looks like this could be a fun ride.
     

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