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    Reading The Fall (Chuck Hogan/Guillermo del Toro) now, since I read The Strain years ago and need to finish the trilogy.

    Thank god the vampires in this aren't sparkling turds (go screw yourself, Meyer).
    Sega does what Nintendon't.

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    Trying to get through the Game of Thrones novels but it's a bit difficult for me to read..

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    Jamie McGuire's Red Hill. Usually I turn to Stephen King for horror, but branching out now and then should be good for me. It's a smooth-flowing post-apocalyptic read so far.

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    I can't remember how long it's been since I managed to find the time to read fiction, but I popped my Discworld cherry and read The Colour of Magic by Terry Pratchett during some downtime at work over the past week. Perfectly absurd, and as a bonus I understand the Tourist character class in NetHack now.
         
       
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    I've recently started The Da Vinci Code. I'm only on chapter 3 so far (talk about recently) but I still find it interesting at its early stages.
    Ellezard: Oh look professor, a puzzle.
    A_M_C_D: Hey, that puzzle reminds me of a puzzle.
    Ellezard: Which is related to a puzzle about a puzzle.
    A_M_C_D: In which that puzzle is the answer to the puzzle related to a puzzle about a puzzle.
    Ellezard: Puzzleception.

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    Still chugging through the Necronomicon. It's really amazing. It's really affecting me. It inspired me to get back into writing.

    I'm in Shadow Over Innsmouth now. It's alright, not his best, but I do love H.P's affinity for creepy hotels/ apartments.
    Watch me swooce right in.

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    Kinda swapping between "Deerskin" by Robin McKinley (one of my top 5 authors) and "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley. I'm crying with the Frankenstein Monster, so many feeeeelllzzz for him and I'm kinda hating Victor who created him. I'm also kinda thinking to myself, "C'mon Mary!! Can't you write something NICE that happens to the monster?!?!" But she doesn't listen and the more I read the more I feel miserable for the monster ;n;

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    I'm currently in the middle of reading J.R.R. Tolkien Tales from the perilous realm.
    It's a book with 4-5 five short stories for J.R.

    Quite good actually and the stories so far really good.
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    Just bought a bunch of biography books on famous artists, including Van Gogh, Duchamp, Klimt, and one of my personal favorite artists, Kandinsky. Currently on the Duchamp book, not very far into it though. Also got Salvador Dali's autobiography, that'll be a trip to read!

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    I last read BZRK and it's pretty dang good

 

 

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