So, what books are people reading right now? What are they about? What do you think of them? Would you recommend them?
I tend to read two or three books at a time. Currently, I'm making my way through the following:
I only just started Ishmael, but The Omnivore's Dilemma is very good.
Oceans of Blood by Darren Shan :]
I am currently reading I Know This Much Is True by Wally Lamb and An Abundance of Katherines by John Green.
I'm 150 pages into I Know This Much Is True and it's fairly good, kind of slow. Could be it's 500 or something pages. I literally just started reading An Abundance of Katherines, but I'm sure it'll be amazing.
I read I Know This Much is True last fall, and I enjoyed it. :) It was a little slow at some points, though. And there were awkward parts, but I liked it.
Homer's Iliad. Epic. It's a very intense read though so I'm pondering of reading some lighter material alongside it.
I'm reading three books right now:
I REALLY love Looking For Alaska, but I guess that's sort of a reason I'm on this website. It's my first time reading it, and I'm about halfway through. I really love the insight that this book gives to hard subjects, so I would definitely recommend it. I'm reading Hamlet for my English class right now, but surprisingly I like Shakespeare, so I'd recommend that too. I sort of liked the dramatic ending. And Emily Dickinson is awesome, so you should definitely read her poems. :) I like them a lot too.
read the Legend of Drizzt graphic novel last night, now on to the Dresden Files with Storm Front
awesome stuff so far. Butcher is such a nerd... heh, snickersnack...
anyway, just got into Fool Moon and i'm reading up on asl
Dead Man's Folly by Agatha Christie
i so want her next one to be out already.
Just finished Moon Called and Blood Bound by Patricia Briggs and am about a third of the way through Iron Kissed.
I have read the whole series before and really like it. I actually borrowed an electronic copy of the first five books in this series from my library, so I get to enjoy them all again. The library doesn't have an electronic copy of the sixth book (though they do have the audio version) so I'll have to see about getting that one later.
I am reading (for the 5th or so time) TFiOS. I don't think I have enjoyed a book so much in my life
I am also reading a book by Jean-Paul Sartre -a 20th century existentialist French philosopher- called "What is Literature?" which is very pretentious but also very interesting.
And, finally, this AMAZING book by a Greek writer called "The Number 31328" which I recommend to anyone out there who happens to be breathing!