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I'm about to start rereading the Percy Jackson and the Olympians and the Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan so that I can get the last book and read that.

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I finally got a replacement copy of Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit. I had an old compilation version from... well since I was about 10 and lets just say a book that thick doesn't do too well when you re-read it a lot....

So that's what I'm about to start reading. Though I also picked up some books from a charity book store the other day, got a copy of the Iliad and a few other books... I have a book backlog that is about as long as my game backlog =P

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Tuf Voyaging by George R. R. Martin. Perfect writing style.
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I have been reading the "Bible" and the "I am number four" book series

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Im trying to read the bible at least on audio. At least thats what I'm reading right now.

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I am currently engaged in reading the entire Bible. I made it thru the New Testament and am now in the Old. I finished Chapter 28 of Isaiah this morning. The verses I was familiar with in Isaiah were from later in the book and it's hard not to want to skim some like I did in Leviticus. I'm also reading the Essential WOrks of Charles Spurgeon. It may sound dry, but it isn't at all. I am enjoying it. I bought another book at Mardels today. This one is by Kyle Idleman and is called AHA (about those GOD moments in your life). I think I remembered that right lol. This is the third book I have by him, I think.

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Right now I'm reading The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain for a school project.

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I am currently reading "The Count of Monte Cristo" by Alexandre Dumas. The book is immesly political and I have enjoyed reading it so far.

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RerunVanPelt wrote:I am currently reading "The Count of Monte Cristo" by Alexandre Dumas. The book is immesly political and I have enjoyed reading it so far.
I enjoyed watching the mini-series =P

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I am reading a few books at the moment. The Mission of Motherhood (Sally Clarkson), Real Moms. Real Jesus. (Jill Savage), What's so amazing about Grace (Phillip Yancey), Your three year old - Friend or enemy. (Louise Bates Ames), Cold-case Christianity. (J. Warner Wallace). Plus a myriad of children's books of course!

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"Germany: Memorise of a Nation" by Neil MacGregor.

A fantastic read. It's the book accompanying an exhibition at the British Museum, and a 2014 Radio 4 series. A well written, beautifully illustrated hardback, with a style that makes the content relatively easy to remember.

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favole
its awful, but I"ll finish it. One part of the story is about a girl that falls in love with a statute in a cemetery. Weird, but I've heard worse. She goes on living, learning the violin, but always coming back to her true love (the statute) and paying her violin. Years go by, and suddenly a vampire comes by and kills her. She slowly bleeds out by the statute that starts to cry as she breaths her last breath. In my defence, I had no idea what type of book I was buying. I bought it because I also bought the playing cards, and the playing cards had pretty pictures from the book! I thought "if I'm going to play with these cards, I should read the book there from." Remember, never judge a book by it's playing cards.

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I'm Reading these few books atm

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Secret Scouts unpublished someone asked me to help them before it was sent out in stores
Minecraft Invasion Of The Over world
Bible:Of Course

Sequels of a book im reading
Minecraft Battle for the Nether
Minecraft Confronting the Ender Dragon

Author of these books Mark Cheverton

I'm guessing that since you have a minecraft server some of you would be interest in the books

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