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Re: What are you reading now? - July 16th 2018, 04:24 PM

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Re: What are you reading now? - July 24th 2018, 04:20 AM

Hey, guys. I am reading a great historical resource that will be interesting to everyone and will be useful for learning. I learned about the lives and activities of women in American history. Did you know who are Eliza Hamilton, Dorothea Dix, Sojourner Truth? You may have heard about them, but I would recommend to get acquainted with their lives in more detail.
   
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Re: What are you reading now? - July 24th 2018, 07:00 PM

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Re: What are you reading now? - July 28th 2018, 06:18 PM


Only about 25 pages into this. It's a large book so it might take me most of August to complete. I've been wanting to read this since last year and only now got to it! I am enjoying what I have read.


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Re: What are you reading now? - July 29th 2018, 10:12 PM


I've just finished this (it's book one). I could easily see how the writer manipulated the reader's emotions and I considered some parts where the characters were miraculously saved weak. Still that damned book engrossed me completely - to such an extent that I devoured it in merely a week, reading while eating and performing other tasks that definitely shouldn't be intertwined with reading. Anyway, I recommend it to anyone interested in fantasy and something not of the overly ambitious type, compelling, light-hearted and well-written nonetheless.


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Re: What are you reading now? - July 30th 2018, 02:50 AM

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I've just finished this (it's book one). I could easily see how the writer manipulated the reader's emotions and I considered some parts where the characters were miraculously saved weak. Still that damned book engrossed me completely - to such an extent that I devoured it in merely a week, reading while eating and performing other tasks that definitely shouldn't be intertwined with reading. Anyway, I recommend it to anyone interested in fantasy and something not of the overly ambitious type, compelling, light-hearted and well-written nonetheless.

If you liked mistborn you might like The Shadow of What Was Lost. It's been said to have Sanderson vibes and I get why. I've been devouring it. I've read 165 pages in two days which might not seem like a lot but I've been reading 40 pages a day, at most, for most the books I've read this year.


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Re: What are you reading now? - August 1st 2018, 09:30 PM

I read my entire abnormal psych book this summer semester but haven't read anything for fun in a while.


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Re: What are you reading now? - August 2nd 2018, 06:52 AM

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Re: What are you reading now? - August 11th 2018, 07:50 PM

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Currently I'm bored with book two of Mistborn (I'm kinda disappointed because I believe the second book is way worse and duller than the first one). So I'm reading Pomnik Cesarzowej Achai by Andrzej Ziemiański, which I don't think is translated into other languages, but I'm not sure. It's a sequel to a trilogy Achaia that definitely has been translated. I find some chapters less interesting than others, but all in all I like it.


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I didn't end up finishing it. The story was slow and I needed something a bit faster paced. I think that when I'm in a better reading mood that I'd end up liking it as I'm intrigued to find out what happens to the characters. I think the first book is going to be a bit more about building the world and introducing you to the characters and books like that start slow.

Also, mistborn two was slower. I think it picks up towards the end. I really enjoyed the trilogy. I hope if you end up picking it up again you'll enjoy it.


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Re: What are you reading now? - August 27th 2018, 07:18 PM

After reading the 4th book of Achaja I switched to A darker shade of magic by Schwab. Enjoying it so far. Then I'll probably move on to the 5th and the last book of Achaja.


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Re: What are you reading now? - August 29th 2018, 11:46 PM

Varjak Paw; it's a nice quick and easy read.


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Re: What are you reading now? - September 1st 2018, 01:17 PM

I'm halfway through The Shades of Magic trilogy by V.E. Schwab and I'm really enjoying it, it's an awesome series I recommend to all you fantasy lovers.



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Let me know what you think of this one! I actually ended up liking it quite a bit. I read it years ago but the ending stuck with me or pieces of it did.


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Going to attempt to read this for book club. It seems like it could be interesting and I might relate to some things. Just not sure I'm in the mood for it.


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Re: What are you reading now? - September 25th 2018, 05:34 PM

Couldn't finish the last book, so I'm reading this now, and so far it's really good and funny.



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