D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths
Great Book, I recommend it !
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King. Very interesting so far.
It may be just because I'm biased or it's because the guy relies too much on western influences and culture and that's not what I'm looking for when I read Japanese literature. Also because there are soooooo many loopholes in the story, it's not funny.
I finished reading The Heroes of Olympus: The Lost Hero a couple nights ago, and I started book four of The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel last night, The Necromancer.
So... I'll keep searching for a place called home:
I'll rip my roots from this earth into the unknown.
Is it for the dreams I chased or the ones I caught?
This mystery, this misery is killing me.
So, now, I'll leave behind a murder scene.
My life isn't real; it's just a silhouette—
and, when the sun goes down, I won't exist.
Daniel Silva's "A Death In Vienna" which is one of many 'Gabriel Allon' novels about an Israeli assassin/paint restorer that works for Israeli intelligence. If you like the kind of books where the main character is just full out bad ass then I'd recommend them all. Each book exceeds my expectations every time.
But in the end we were meant to be apart, like separate chambers of the human heart...
"The best lyrics are the ones that describe those emotions in ways you always wanted to say but could never find the words." - Mike Shinoda
Formerly known as Epiksha.
I'm rereading Ender's Game.
I am not Mike Shinoda.
I've read Flanagan, Kampusch and Mystify the Magician, now I'm off to Entertain the End (the sequel to Mystify the Magician). Also, I'm rereading Harry Potter again, but this time in English as Flagrare found me the .pdf files I'm grateful to death.
So, now I'm reading Entertain the End and the Sorcerer's Stone.
I'm reading Stephen King's "Cell" and it's my 16th King book!
Right now I´m reading The Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice (what a shame it hasn´t been translated into Czech and almost no one knows it here!), then I want to read Orwell´s 1984 and Zusak´s The Book Thief.
CARL LENNERTZ: Cursed by a Happy Childhood
Currently reading The Bourne Deception by Eric van Lustbader
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"I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day." - Vincent van Gogh
John Stuart Mill "On Liberty" for the 100th time.
James Rollins- Black Order
Jonathan Safran Foer- Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Steve Wozniak- iWoz
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, awesome title.
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