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I really like that series especially #1-3 it starts to lag in the middle of the series and then picks it up again. Definitely worth reading all 13 or however many there are. Everytime a new book comes out I reread them all and I don't even read that much.
Finished Game of Thrones a while back, and ofcourse everyone knows it's great. And the next book I plan to read is Leviathan Wakes. A friend recommended it to me as a hard scifi with hints of horror, space crime story. I have absolutly no idea what i'm going to be in for but it sounded amazing. The book should be arriving in the next couple of days so I can't wait.
Fritz Stern's Gold and Iron: Bismarck, Bleichröder, and the Building of the German Empire.
Rereading "My tank is fight?"
Currently reading the last book in the Johannes Cabal trilogy The Fear Institute.
Wait, this is out? Amazon isn't offering it, but I see you can get it from some overseas sellers. I love Johannes Cabal, one of my favorite series.
Reading Rip it Up & Start Again by Simon Reynolds. Reappraisal of the "post punk" period 78 - 84. amusing to read this now, as most of the bands have reformed. I find that when i found out he was a massive Fleetwood Mac fan, i went off him severely, but i'm enjoying this.
Also reading Prick Up Your Ears by John Lahr, a biography of playwright Joe Orton. May inspire me to watch an uncut version of the film that i've found on amazon for a pittance!! Ahem.
Decided to give myself one of those slow read challenges and finally started Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson. This is the third book of his that I have started. By length alone it is comparable to Anathem, which was a big challenge to get through, but ultimately very satisfying. I hope to get a similar experience form this novel.
You mean like the gaping plotholes and logic flaws?
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