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• 1/31/2014

What are you reading?

Since the old tyrant forgot to make this prestigious thread, I went ahead and done it.

So what's everyone reading? Give us a summary to whet our appetites.

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• 1/31/2014

Mike Lancaster's 0.4 (Human.4 for you Americans out there). 4th read through. Favourite sci-fi yet.

• 2/4/2014

I'm reading Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, a couple of romance books I'd rather not name, and the Unwritten. On Issue 28 or 30, I think. It's really great. Best comic book I've read since Fables. 

• 2/12/2014

I totally did. Oops. I'm going to turn that format into a regular feature somewhere possibly anyway.

I'm about to finish The Journey by Ida Fink. Second time reading it (I forgot I'd read it before), and I remember it pretty much word for word. Great prose, and stands apart from most holocaust literature for being completely unsensational.

• 2/15/2014
I've been reading "The Tough Guide to Fantasyland" by Diana Wynne Jones. It's something light to read until the cicadas finally disappear.
• 8/16/2014

Hey folks, feeling good to be back, i've read a few since my last appearance on TWL but atm i'm reading "Rashomon & Seventeen Other Stories" - Ryunosuke Akutagawa, "A Selection Of His Poems And Prose By Kathleen Raine" - Samuel Taylor Coleridge and "Madness And Civilization" - Michel Foucault

I'm not the fastest of readers though and i have only just started all 3 of them in the last 2 weeks or so, so i'll probably be on them for a while as i'm unable to dedicate a huge amount of time each day to reading and often go a few days without reading at all.

• 9/8/2014

Foucault translates a little weirdly at times, but is usually on point.

• 9/9/2014
Finally got around to start reading A Song of Ice and Fire.
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