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message 1: by Annemarie, hi (last edited Dec 28, 2010 11:49AM) (new)

Annemarie Carlson (annielawlz) | 3393 comments Mod
I believe the topic is pretty self explanatory. Post what you're reading.

For instance, I'm reading: Anna and the French Kiss... again... for the second time this week.

Don't judge me.



message 2: by Mandy (last edited Dec 28, 2010 11:50AM) (new)

Mandy  Harmon (mandyharmon) | 10724 comments JUDGEMENT! Just kidding. That's great. =)

I'm reading Carry On, Mr. Bowditch for a school assignment....


message 3: by Baxter, butts butts butts (last edited Dec 28, 2010 11:54AM) (new)

Baxter (julietrocksmysocks) | 2455 comments Mod
I'm reading Herbert West-Reanimator by H.P. Lovecraft, which is considered by just about everybody on the planet as being his weakest work. It's cheesed out pulp.


message 4: by Mandy (new)

Mandy  Harmon (mandyharmon) | 10724 comments Rebekka wrote: "Juliet wrote: "I believe the topic is pretty self explanitory. Post what you're reading.

For instance, I'm reading: Anna and the French Kiss... again... for the secon,d time this week.

Don't ..."


Those are hilarious!


message 5: by Tesni (new)

Tesni (ohmarcello) | 5031 comments Now I Know by Aidan Chambers, in an omnibus edition with The Toll Bridge, though I haven't read the latter yet.


message 6: by Elliott (new)

Elliott | 22636 comments Mod
Wish by Alexandra Bullen

I don't recommend it to anybody. :P


message 7: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments I am reading....

The Lost Saint by Bree Despain. I just started, like, two minutes ago. :D


message 8: by Brigid ✩, No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. (new)

Brigid ✩ | 11973 comments Mod
The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner, #2) by James Dashner

Meh.


message 9: by Mandy (new)

Mandy  Harmon (mandyharmon) | 10724 comments ♥ Brigid ♥ wrote: "The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner, #2) by James Dashner

Meh."


Just meh? I liked it...but it was confusing sometimes.


message 10: by Alyssa (new)

Alyssa I am re-reading the lost hero and just finished Catching Fire!


message 11: by Brigid ✩, No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. (new)

Brigid ✩ | 11973 comments Mod
Mandy wrote: "♥ Brigid ♥ wrote: "The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner, #2) by James Dashner

Meh."

Just meh? I liked it...but it was confusing sometimes."


I dunno, it's not like I hate it. It's just that the plot is very confusing and illogical, plus I hate pretty much all of the characters … Things got way too complicated near the end of the first book, in my opinion. And since then it's just been way too … weird.


message 12: by Brigid ✩, No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. (new)

Brigid ✩ | 11973 comments Mod
Alyssa♥ wrote: "I am re-reading the lost hero and just finished Catching Fire!"

Lost Hero! <3


message 13: by Madeline (new)

Madeline Torment (Fallen, #2) by Lauren Kate
Torment By Lauren Kate
not very far but liking it of course :D


message 14: by Brigid ✩, No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. (new)

Brigid ✩ | 11973 comments Mod
Yup. Confuzzling.

Crank … I think I read that. That's the one with the drugs written in "poetry", right?


message 15: by Talia (new)

Talia | 605 comments My friend read that and told me it was very cheesy as far as it goes...


message 16: by Kim (last edited Dec 28, 2010 05:11PM) (new)

Kim Crowley (kimcrow) | 1893 comments Madeline wrote: "Torment (Fallen, #2) by Lauren Kate
Torment By Lauren Kate
not very far but liking it of course :D"


I loved the first one. I've currently got Torment on my bedside unit, but I'm halfway through

Last Sacrifice (Vampire Academy, #6) by Richelle Mead

at the moment, which is AWESOME so I'm not reading that yet


message 17: by Brigid ✩, No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. (new)

Brigid ✩ | 11973 comments Mod
Read what? Crank? If it's the book I'm thinking of, I didn't like it much … 


message 18: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments Madeline wrote: "Torment (Fallen, #2) by Lauren Kate
Torment By Lauren Kate
not very far but liking it of course :D"


I LOVE THAT BOOK.

*done with all CAPS*


message 19: by Madeline (new)

Madeline Haha im excited to get through it. i loved the first one too :D
but its totally confusing. i have no idea what half of it means...


message 20: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments Madeline wrote: "Haha im excited to get through it. i loved the first one too :D
but its totally confusing. i have no idea what half of it means..."


It ends really well.


message 21: by Madeline (new)

Madeline Cool, thanks. And of course theres gonna be another. this is quickly becoming one of my favorite series.


message 22: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments Same. When I first started Fallen, I thought it was slow, but I fell in love. Now I wish I could skip to when the next one comes out. :D


message 23: by Madeline (new)

Madeline Haha yeah the beginning was a little slow but it was still good and all worth it. I'm starting to worry about L&D though, theyre not doing so hot at the beginning here... :/


message 24: by Jo (new)

Jo (Penname8) | 1574 comments I'm reading the Giver series, and the 39 clues and The Hunger Games series too.


message 25: by Molverine (new)

Molverine (deatheateregg) If anyone is actually surprised by what I'm reading... well, its obvious...

Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leveroux


message 26: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments Madeline wrote: "Haha yeah the beginning was a little slow but it was still good and all worth it. I'm starting to worry about L&D though, theyre not doing so hot at the beginning here... :/"

Keep going. :D


message 27: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments Anna Rosen Jonas Krum Chekov Dawes de Rouen wrote: "If anyone is actually surprised by what I'm reading... well, its obvious...

Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leveroux"


No way/ *gapes*

I never would've guessed. :P


message 28: by Molverine (new)

Molverine (deatheateregg) Kenny *Chasing Shadows at Midnight* wrote: "Anna Rosen Jonas Krum Chekov Dawes de Rouen wrote: "If anyone is actually surprised by what I'm reading... well, its obvious...

Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leveroux"

No way/ *gapes*

I n..."


*rolls eyes*


message 29: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments *chuckles*


message 30: by Molverine (new)

Molverine (deatheateregg) Love you.


message 31: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments Love you too, dahlink.


message 32: by Elliott (new)

Elliott | 22636 comments Mod
I'm not sure what I'm going to read next.


message 33: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments Rebekka wrote: "Juliet wrote: "I believe the topic is pretty self explanitory. Post what you're reading.

For instance, I'm reading: Anna and the French Kiss... again... for the secon,d time this week.

Don't ..."


LOOOOOVE Ted Dekker. He's brilliant. Skin is also brilliant. :D


message 34: by Madeline (new)

Madeline Kenny *Chasing Shadows at Midnight* wrote: "Madeline wrote: "Haha yeah the beginning was a little slow but it was still good and all worth it. I'm starting to worry about L&D though, theyre not doing so hot at the beginning here... :/"

Keep going..."


sigh, i know haha i'll get there. and (SPOILER) i love how D showed up on the beach party, i mena it did turn sour but i was prepared not to see D for two weeks and i was really happy that he came in :D

Anna Rosen Jonas Krum Chekov Dawes de Rouen wrote: "If anyone is actually surprised by what I'm reading... well, its obvious...

Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leveroux"


i love that story and how the book is set up like an investigation :D


message 35: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments I know right!? I was very happy. I actually re-liked Cam in this one. Not for her, but just as himself. Miles was cute but he seemed more like "the gay friend".


message 36: by Elliott (new)

Elliott | 22636 comments Mod
Give a Boy a Gun by Todd Strasser

Oooh I just started this and I love it.


message 37: by Molverine (new)

Molverine (deatheateregg) Madeline wrote: "Kenny *Chasing Shadows at Midnight* wrote: "Madeline wrote: "Haha yeah the beginning was a little slow but it was still good and all worth it. I'm starting to worry about L&D though, theyre not doi..."

I love it because I am such a phangirl. And it makes it that much easier to make fun of Raoul. XD


message 38: by Madeline (new)

Madeline Kenny *Chasing Shadows at Midnight* wrote: "I know right!? I was very happy. I actually re-liked Cam in this one. Not for her, but just as himself. Miles was cute but he seemed more like "the gay friend"."

LMAO wow thank you for that. that was awesome and totally just made my day. yeah i always kinda liked Cam. i mean yes he's a "demon" but he's surprising nice. just only as a friend. not like Daniel :)


message 39: by [deleted user] (new)

I... haven't done much recreational reading for quite some time. I think the last book I read all the way through was Speak or Wintergirls in July... Oh, schnikees that is sad.


message 40: by Ky (new)

Ky (poeticshark) | 10786 comments Madeline wrote: "Kenny *Chasing Shadows at Midnight* wrote: "I know right!? I was very happy. I actually re-liked Cam in this one. Not for her, but just as himself. Miles was cute but he seemed more like "the gay f..."

*grin* I'm gad I could make your day! :D
I love Cam. :D Demons are fun. XP


message 41: by Tesni (new)

Tesni (ohmarcello) | 5031 comments Kenny *Chasing Shadows at Midnight* wrote: "Same. When I first started Fallen, I thought it was slow, but I fell in love. Now I wish I could skip to when the next one comes out. :D"

June, I believe, and it's going to be called Passion. Eeeeeee.


message 42: by Tesni (new)

Tesni (ohmarcello) | 5031 comments South of the Border, West of the Sun by Haruki Murakami

South of the Border, West of the Sun. I'm quite the fan of Haruki Murakami nowadays.


message 43: by Ellen (last edited Jan 02, 2011 07:18PM) (new)


message 44: by Tesni (last edited Jan 03, 2011 04:15AM) (new)

Tesni (ohmarcello) | 5031 comments Gone amused me. It was the sort of book that I like to imagine my life would be like if I lived in that world, for instance, "what if I was in the FAYZ?" Eh, there's no doubt me being me I'd die after a couple of days.


message 45: by Brigid ✩, No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. (new)

Brigid ✩ | 11973 comments Mod
Ugh … That book … *headwall*


message 46: by Kim (new)

Kim Crowley (kimcrow) | 1893 comments By Midnight A Ravenwood Mystery by Mia James

By Midnight: A Ravenwood Mystery by Mia James

Nearly finished this one and then I'll be onto my third book of 2011


message 47: by Brigid ✩, No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. (new)

Brigid ✩ | 11973 comments Mod
Yeah … It's not worth it.


message 48: by Autumn (last edited Jan 03, 2011 12:25PM) (new)

Autumn (flwurautumn) | 4987 comments Really? I just checked it out from the library yesterday...

I am reading Fire (The Seven Kingdoms, #2) by Kristin Cashore
Fire by Kristin Cashore


message 49: by Kyle (new)

Kyle T (kyletee) | 75 comments ♥ Brigid ♥ wrote: "Ugh … That book … *headwall*"

you didn't like Gone???? nooooo lol I know tons of people who hated it and I have no real reason why I loved it


message 50: by Brigid ✩, No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. (new)

Brigid ✩ | 11973 comments Mod
Autumn wrote: "Really? I just checked it out from the library yesterday...

I am reading Fire (The Seven Kingdoms, #2) by Kristin Cashore
Fire by Kristin Cashore"


YAY! :D


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