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2017-12-25 02:28:48 UTC

Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke

2017-12-28 03:27:55 UTC

2017-12-28 16:05:20 UTC

2017-12-28 16:05:40 UTC

I like pulpy detective fiction okay? πŸ˜‚

2018-01-03 04:40:56 UTC

Night Watch by Terry Pratchett

2018-01-03 04:41:13 UTC

Small Gods by Terry Pratchett

2018-01-03 04:42:24 UTC

The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

2018-01-03 04:42:39 UTC

The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss

2018-01-08 23:44:28 UTC

2018-01-08 23:44:55 UTC

I'm reading this right now, it's really good.

2018-01-23 21:57:00 UTC

Anyone here read experimental type fiction like House of Leaves

2018-01-23 21:57:14 UTC

Or the Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

2018-01-23 22:53:33 UTC

@StrawberryArmada real James Joyce hours

2018-01-23 23:03:38 UTC

Love that part in Finnegans Wake where it's just

2018-01-23 23:03:53 UTC

"ding dang damn, he was dead"

2018-01-23 23:09:16 UTC

All of Finnegans Wake is such a trip

2018-01-23 23:09:36 UTC

I like the random bits of obscure languages, some of which he just made up

2018-01-23 23:55:10 UTC

I remember a bar of music too

2018-01-23 23:55:15 UTC

Just like House of Leaves

2018-01-25 16:26:22 UTC

@Deleted User Did you read The Wise Man's Fear? I'm interested in that one.

2018-01-25 16:28:16 UTC

Yeah the Kingkiller Chronicles is fun

2018-01-25 16:28:24 UTC

I really enjoyed them

2018-01-25 16:28:56 UTC

Don't expect anything more than fun though

2018-01-25 16:29:09 UTC

It's not going to shatter your perception on anything

2018-01-25 16:30:10 UTC

But, one of the most fast paced and enjoyable experiences for fiction I had in 2014

2018-01-25 16:30:32 UTC

You could kill 2000 pages in a week

2018-01-25 16:31:07 UTC

I've read it twice, if you have a Sunday off you could kill one of them. You'd feel compelled to

2018-02-09 04:08:07 UTC

I love this passage from Jack London's*Call of the Wild*

2018-02-11 21:32:59 UTC

Awesome! I remember we read that book in 5th or 6th grade

2018-03-02 00:40:10 UTC

2018-03-02 00:43:02 UTC

Great for when you want to skim the classics.

2019-01-31 22:56:39 UTC

Posted this in national general server regarding Tolkien works: β€œfor any LOTR nerds like me, there’s a way to read the whole story in chronological order, which I’m about to do for the first time. Just bought the rest of the books. Check it out if you’d like. hope someone can enjoy this!

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