Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol.
...nuff said. |D Pretty damned thrilling book (though Angels and Demons is my favorite).
"Unleash the Night" - Sherrilyn Kenyon.
Guh, the Dark-Hunter series is just pure love. <3
"Bound" - Donna Jo Napoli
Its like some Chinese Cinderella story, its pretty good. I had to pick a book for a essay we had to write in school. So thats the book I picked lol.
Darth Bane: The Rule of Two.
Now that's a sith lord we can all look up to. Forget Darth Vader, and Darth Sideous.
Etiquette and Vitriol: The Food Chain and other Plays by Nicky Silver
One of my all-time favorite playwrights. He has the unique ability to pair razor sharp wit with overbearingly dark scenarios; sometimes comedic, sometimes not. His characters don't act or behave like conventional stage characters. They behave differently and talk differently. The scenarios are everything but typical, from a giant dinosaur skeleton slowly being assembled onstage, to a desert island backdrop being used for a psychiatrist's office. Although I've read this collection of plays before, they're always fascinating to re-read.
Strongly recommended to anybody who likes black comedy or good plays in general.
World War Z by Max Brooks
Altogether, an amazing, clever book that serves as not only fanbase to us zombie fans, but as an incredible story of how people survived the zombie outbreak. I personally can't wait for the movie, and personally want to make a radioplay out of this impressive, shocking book.
The Stolen Throne and The Calling by David Gaider.
I'll admit that they're books based on a video game and would be the virgin attempts at novels by the game's lead writer but that's what makes them such an easy read. David Gaider extends the already impressive story from Dragon Age Origins fleshing out some of the most interesting but rarely present characters, such as Duncan and Loghain. It frames the Dragon Age story very well and gives you some insight into why a hated character is a certain way, I very nearly forgave Loghain for everything he did in game after reading the almost bromance like story within The Stolen Throne.
Since Sept./Oct of '09--
Washington Square <--Currently Reading
The Stranger <--the 1 like out of all of them
Adventures of Huckleberry finn
Much Ado About Nothing
..and I think that's it.
Currently, I'm reading Starship Troopers by Robert Heinlein. Political ideas, concepts, and social commentary galore.
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