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    Summer reading...

    created by TheCrimsonActuary 1180 days 18 hours 13 minutes ago

    Category: Arts

    Summer reading...

    So I just finished another book in my Epic Summer Reading Challenge, which makes six novels and one non-fiction book since May 20th.

    My post for today, which I hope ushers in many replies is what should be the next book I read? I enjoy many genres, so just fire away and be sure to include author names so I can find them easily. Foreign authors welcome, as long as I can find English translations of their works.

    Have a great Monday everybody!

    Re: Summer reading...

    Hey TheCrimsonActuary.


    I would recommend reading Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. I am not sure if you have read this book before in high school, but it's a fantastic novel about the New Age and what could lie ahead in the future. I won't spoil the novel for you, but it's a very great book that I think you'll enjoy a lot.

    Re: Summer reading...

    Hey! I just finished ready the Magicians Trilogy by Lev Grossman. I though they were fantastic; imagine a combination of Harry Potter and The Chronicles of Narnia but darker and aimed at adults. I loved them, definitely disappointed that their over.

    Or if you wanted to add a non fiction to your list, I've read A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson multiple times. He takes fascinating science and explains it all in a why that blows my mind every time.

    You should definitely check these out! I doubt you'll regret it.

    Happy reading!

    -James

    Re: Summer reading...

    Hello There!

    I'm not quite sure what you are into for books, but I love reading and I think exploring different types of books is great so I'll just give you a couple of my personal favorites.

    Lord of the Flies by William Golding

    The Pet Semetary by Stephen King

    Killing Kennedy by Bill O'Reilly

    -Morgan-