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Old 08-16-2010 at 06:20 PM
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I'm reading Robin Hood by Donald E. Cooke, and though I'm only up to chapter four, it's very well worth it. I highly recommend you read it, especially if you plan on buying the latest Robin Hood film when it comes to DVD next month. This is because the novel tells you -- in detail -- exactly how Robin Locksley becomes Robin Hood, the famous outlaw of Sherwood Forest. And though the film does the same (in a rather glorified way), it's always better to read the book in any case.
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I'm currently rereading Susan Kay's Phantom. It's such an awesome book... It won't replace Leroux for me, but I still do love it.


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Old 08-22-2010 at 02:34 PM
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Well, I'm not really reading anything outside of my American Literature To Whitman textbook, the assigned readings in that. The most recent were some Native American creation myths. Kind of interesting, but kind of weird, too.



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Old 08-23-2010 at 02:12 AM
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At the moment I'd reading 'Little Women' over again.

I really like the movie but I also like the way the book explains things more and how their life is actully progressed more.


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Old 08-23-2010 at 03:34 AM
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At the moment I'd reading 'Little Women' over again.

I really like the movie but I also like the way the book explains things more and how their life is actully progressed more.
I love that book!

I'm currently reading "A Lineage of Grace" by Francine Rivers and loving it so far.
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Old 09-28-2010 at 08:24 PM
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Just got done reading "Phantom" by Susan Kay for the first time.
Awesome!



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I checked Supreme Justice, by Phillip Margolin, out of the library yesterday afternoon. I'm about a third of the way through it right now, and it's epic.

Supreme Justice is a murder-mystery/thriller that mostly takes place in the Supreme Court of Shelby, Oregon. There are, of course, many subplots and complexities that add to the story, but the main story is the case of a woman named Sarah Woodruff.

A side note: most of Phillip Margolin's novels are epic. The only one he's written (so far) that hasn't left me happy was Executive Priveledge. Unfortunately, the ending to it was not what I expected. I usually dislike authors who build up the suspense of their story and then have an ending that is overly fluffy -- especially when they've written a murder-mystery -- but Phillip Margolin is an exception.


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Travesti: It's a gender studies book I'm reading for Anthropology class. It's pretty graphic, but intriguing.
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The Phantom of the Opera

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THE PHANTOM OF MANHATTAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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And Im reading it 4 the 8th time!! WILLINGLY!!!


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I started Heartstone, by Phillip Margolin, a few days ago. It isn't bad, as most of his novels go, but I can't seem to get into it!


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I'm not really reading anything, but I recently read Hunted, the 5th book in the House of Night series. (I'm hoping I can get the next 3 that are out now this weekend and read them.)
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