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I just finished Jon Stewart's book, and I'm going to start on some more Stephen King stuff.
I recommend The Dark Tower series, Who. It's by Stephen King, and it's one of my favorite series of all time.
I'm reading Fahrenheit 451 (for school, but also for pleasure. It's a good book, if with a slightly disappointing ending) by Ray Bradbury as well as Reaper Man (purely for pleasure) by Terry Pratchett.
I didn't like Fahrenheit 451, but that may have been because of my teacher.
Currently have At Home by Bill Bryson, I should pick Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke back up and finish it though.
I don't know if I'd have liked it if I had originally read it for school. I read it for the first time over the summer.
I actually loved Farenheit 451, the movie was really disappointing. And Ninj, my mum loves the Dark Tower series too, I just need to find the first book, I'm not sure if the local library has it. Then again I am still reading The Return of the King and a Sherlock Holmes book.
...I'm reading 'Midnight for Charlie Bone" Purely because I don't own any books that I actually like besides one, but I have read that one so many times I can practically recite the whole first chapter. The public library never has anything I like, neither do bookshops. Am I being too picky?
"I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell" by Tucker Max. Funniest book ever written.
I just finished The Contortionist's Handbook (thanks, Christine - good stuff). Still reading Social Intelligence. I will be reading that until I die.
You should read Dermaphoria, as well. It's by the same author. And you're very welcome.
I'm reading Proved Innocent for my English class.
I recommend The Dark Tower series, Who. It's by Stephen King, and it's one of my favorite series of all time.

Excellent books Ninja, do you have a particular favorite?
I liked the second, third, and seventh books. The second the most.
Ninj, my mum would fangirl all about them with you lol.

I'm currently trying to finish The Return of the King. I kinda wish he had be a tad less descriptive in this one.
And I wouldn't mind at all. They're amazing books.
This might have to carry over to Facebook...hmm....
I just finished Under the Dome and am about to start The Lake of Dead Languages.
Under the Dome by Stephen King? My mom bought that book. I tried to read it, but I'm really not a huge King fan, particularly of his later stuff.
I actually liked Under the Dome. It's not literary genius or anything, but it's entertaining and suspenseful. Stephen King is a great story teller, but don't look for much beyond that.
I really liked it. Kinda saw the end coming but it was still a good read. Kept me busy for a few days as well.
The ending could have been much better.
Yeah, it could have been great. There's a lot more I could say about it but I wouldn't want to spoil the ending for anyone.
The Stand is my favorite Stephen King book.
Haven't read that one yet. Been meaning to though.
My favorite is probably a tie between Insomnia and Dreamcatcher.
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