Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: down the street somewhere
I had to watch a play of that story when I was in elementary school. Odd thing for a class field trip.
Join Date: Mar 2005
Just started it for an English novel study, only read the first chapter so far but it seems like a book I'm really going to like
Join Date: Mar 2008
Join Date: Feb 2005
I finished Brave New World, another kick in the balls ending. Fuck. Now I'm on to Michael Crichton's Next, which seeing as I'm going into Biotech seemed like a good idea. Copyrighting genes and shit is wrong imo.
Every Time Zone
Join Date: May 2007
Location: Palm City, FL
Its about this teenager, 17, taking acid with his friends back in the 90's.
Pretty short, but good so far.
25 star general of D.O.O.P.
Join Date: May 2008
Location: Breastiary, Nippopolis.
last thing i read was altered carbon, broken angels and woken furies.
all by richard k morgan,
basic premise is:
and i so want a clone with "gecko grip" and "concussion knuckles"
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Coalinga, California
Started reading it about a week ago, pretty good so far.
This hate that you gave me keeps saying the same thing
To sing when you hurt and to sing when you cry
To sing when you live and to sing when you die
And here at the end, at the end of the hurt
All the pain ain't the same when it's your turn to burn
It's About War Not About Peace
Join Date: Jul 2008
The last book i read was Heroin Diaries: A Year in The Life Of A Shattered Rock Star got it with my Sixx A.M. CD
Join Date: Mar 2006
I'm reading Internation Relations by Joshua S. Goldstein and Jon C. Pevehouse. It's not a novel, it's a book I got from the University and I'm reading it because it's about the subject I'm hoping to enroll in in two years. Cos I'm a nerd like that.
Oh btw, it's about politics.
Hot Buttered Soul
Join Date: Feb 2005
Finished Next, the plot never really developed past a loose affiliation of stories about people's experiences. Currently reading a book called Sinchronicity: The Bridge Between Matter and Mind and its quite fascinating.
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