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    WF Veteran Gyarachu's Avatar
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    Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Luo Guanzhong.

    It's a romanticized account of the fall of the Han Dynasty and consequent Three Kingdoms era of China (about 184-262 A.D.). I would highly recommend it for any history buffs like me out there.

    I'm also thinking about reading through The Hobbit again...
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    Hi Gyarachu
    Sounds like a good book.
    You remind me, I really must read The Lord of the Rings again!

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    I am going to start reading The Hunger Games tonight. I have it on loan to my Kindle Touch (with my Amazon Prime membership)

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    I'm rereading Artemis Fowl, for inspiration for a WIP and to get me thinking of something else other than The Hunger Games. *sniff*
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    I am reading Pendragon Book One: The Merchant of Death by D.J. MacHale and A Clash of Kings By George R.R. Martin.
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    Now halfway through "Ash" by James Herbert. A return to form from the UK'S numero uno chillmeister.
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    I almost blush to admit this...
    A Friend introduced me to Tom Clancy....over the last few months I've read almost all of the Jack Ryan series.
    I've been haunting 2nd hand bookshops trying to find Rainbow Six...late nights and diddly sleep whilst I turn the pages

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunluchyn View Post
    I almost blush to admit this...
    A Friend introduced me to Tom Clancy....over the last few months I've read almost all of the Jack Ryan series.
    I've been haunting 2nd hand bookshops trying to find Rainbow Six...late nights and diddly sleep whilst I turn the pages
    No shame there, dude. Rainbox Six is the only Clancy book I've ever read. And it is awesome. So many gunfights! If you're looking for high tech weaponry and gratituous explosions, you could do worse than a dash of Tom Clancy. Always meaning to get my hands on some more of his work.
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    Going through 'A View From the Bridge/All My Sons' by Arthur Miller
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    The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by Clive Staples Lewis.
    Opinions are welcome. Thanks! =)

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