Discussion in 'General Books' started by Radagast, Aug 8, 2003.
1635: The Tangled Web, by Virginia DeMarce
gonna read Call of Cthulhu, and still reading a bunch of other books too
Grantville Gazette Vol VI
I almost finished reading Zafon’s Prisoner of Heaven last night. Hopefully will get it done today. I have about 10% left (reading on kindle).
Nothing currently, but I just recently caught up on the Emmett Strong series. Highly recommend if you're into Westerners or just like supporting indie writers.
"The Rest is Noise: Listening to the 20th Century" by Alex Ross
It's a really interesting music history book on the evolution of classical music into the 20th century.
Just finished The Prisoner of Heaven, the third book from The Cemetery of Forgotten books trilogy. It has an open ending so I think I'll google to see if there's any following to the main story. I really loved this series of books and truly consider Zafon a master of story-telling. At least he is for me. I greatly admire his style or, rather, power of the word. Funny thing though, I like the English translation better. Curious
I'll be starting the Call of Cthulu this evening.
Excellent choice. My favourite Lovecraft though is definitely "The Dreamquest of Unknown Kadath".
finally getting going on Call of Cthulhu for the book club
@Kelmourne get yourself in the book-reading-club then!!
still reading A Tangled Web from the 1632 series
Trying to read the Call of Cthulu but it's just so boring. So, I'm putting it down.
erm, trying to read Call of Cthulhu, keyword is trying lol.
slowly going through the latter parts of A Tangled Web
The Collected Letters of Jack Kerouac (1940-56).
Trying to enjoy life while also studying for the Bar. Hopefully that's not a mistake.
Never got round Jack Kerouac until now... I have friend who likes his work quite a lot, though.
Finally getting round to reading Tolkien’s The Hobbit. I am enjoying it tremendously.
The Chronicles of Doctor Gribbleflotz
Finished with Till We Have Faces by C. S. Lewis. Starting Storm of Steel by Jünger tomorrow hopefully.
The Eastern Front by Eric Flint
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