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    Harry Potter....

    I've never felt reading them before. A friend of mine asked me a lot to do so. I did and I'm loving it.

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    Stephen King. Man some of that stuff is creepy. I think this guy is on about a hundred different drugs whenhe writes these books.

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    I just finished reading the book CRANK, and now I need to start something new.

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    Right now I'm reading Deception Point by Dan Brown (If you say that's the author from the Da Vinci code I will fucking kill you). Next I'm reading 1776, which is about the revolutionary war. The cover says it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sk8ter-hater
    Right now I'm reading Deception Point by Dan Brown (If you say that's the author from the Da Vinci code I will fucking kill you). Next I'm reading 1776, which is about the revolutionary war. The cover says it all.
    Hey, that's the author from Digital Fortress! liek, omg.
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    I'll probably read that one after I start and finish the revolutionary war one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tankster949
    Stephen King. Man some of that stuff is creepy. I think this guy is on about a hundred different drugs whenhe writes these books.
    Just finished "Everything's Eventual". I didn't find it creepy. Very interesting, it shows King can do short stories as well as long novels.

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    I haven't read that one yet, but "Insomnia" by him is messed up. Migit docters and weird colors for everyone!

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    I need to read more...

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    A Room of One's Own - Virginia Woolf

    Good. But I like her fiction books more.
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    Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk should be read by every high school student so they can be like "dude, wtf, this sucks."

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