What are you currently reading?

Discussion in 'Books' started by Dirtyhippycommiebastard, Sep 15, 2010.

  1. candys

    candys Member

    I'm re-reading Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. It's my favorite book of all time, hands down. Funny, interesting, easy to follow yet complex enough to tease the mind. It's beautiful.
  2. Meliai

    Meliai Senior Member

    Listened to Chekhov's The Darling as well as The Beauties on audiobook today
  3. AstroShark

    AstroShark Member

    I'm a BIG comic book guy so here's what I read on a regular basis at the moment....

    Justice League
    Justice League of America
    Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Coprs
    Captain America
    The Falcon
    Injustice: Year Two
    Dark Knights Metal
    Green Arrow
    Rom and The Micronauts
  4. scratcho

    scratcho Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    2 going=The Midnight Line, Jack Reacher tale by Lee Child and Riptide by Tim Dorsey. I have about 15 that are in line after these are finished.
  5. etherea

    etherea mother of the idiot children

    Scotland - A new history by Michael lynch
    Chi-Gung - Harnessing the power of the universe by Daniel Reid
    I too have a list Scratcho
    My problem is that most of the books I read are pretty long and take time and thought
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  6. scratcho

    scratcho Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    Mine are light reading , I suppose. I used to read nothing but non- fiction--politics, some history, etc. Got really tired of it, so I now go for murder mysteries and funny stuff. I read fast, so a day, day and a half --I'm done with one and have another started.
  7. rjhangover

    rjhangover Senior Member

    Bet ya can't read this fast.....
    The Secret Doctrine by H. P. Blavatsky, Vol 2, Stanzas of Dzyan
  8. scratcho

    scratcho Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    Yikes!! Mucho dollars to make me read that!!
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  9. jpdonleavy

    jpdonleavy Member

    APANISH FLY - By Will Ferguson

    INSIDE JOB: The looting of America's savings and Loans (happened in the 1980s when they were deregulated)

    POST WAR: a history of Europe, since 1945 - By Tony Judt (he's a very good history writer)
  10. jpdonleavy

    jpdonleavy Member

    that's recondite man
  11. Ged

    Ged Pickled Realist HipForums Supporter

  12. YouFreeMe

    YouFreeMe HipForums Supporter

    Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance :)

    Been wanting to read this one for a while.
  13. hotwater

    hotwater Senior Member

    Mountain of the Dead: The Dyatlov Pass Incident by Keith McCloskey

    In January 1959 10 experienced young skiers set out to travel to a mountain named Mount Otorten in the far north of Russia. During the trip, one of the skiers fell ill and returned. The remaining nine lost their way and ended up on another mountain slope known as Kholat Syakhl,"Mountain of the Dead."

    On the night of February 1, 1959, something or someone caused the skiers to flee their tent in terror, using knives to slash their way out. When they failed to return home, search parties were sent out and their bodies were found, some with massive internal injuries but all without external marks. The autopsy report showed that the injuries were caused by "an unknown compelling force”
  14. Ms. Kelly

    Ms. Kelly Member

    The Battle of Evernight, by Cecilia Dart-Thornton.
    The third, and obviously to some, final book of a fantastic fantasy trilogy . A Jack Vance style tale of an interesting protagonist adventuring though an incredible fictional world, based largely on Celtic mythology .
    It’s a very descriptive tale. Like Moby Dick the listing can be exhausting. However, the authors use of the English language is exceptional! Brilliant even.
    Highly recommended for certain types of readers. You know who you are.
  15. Adamskiffle

    Adamskiffle Member

    CBT for dummies
  16. AstroShark

    AstroShark Member

  17. candys

    candys Member

    The Stormlight Archives series. You can get lost in Sanderson's worlds.
  18. Lynnbrown

    Lynnbrown Firecracker

    Power of the Sword by Wilbur Smith
  19. Ged

    Ged Pickled Realist HipForums Supporter

  20. Ged

    Ged Pickled Realist HipForums Supporter

    I must say...I think I have to read this. Great cover. I'm intrigued.

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