I read a lot of SF, Fantasy, Horror and Suspense/Thriller stuff. For non-fiction, I read a lot of animation and technical books. Right now I'm reading 1001 Tips & Tricks For Lightwave 3D, and The Ice Limit.
I read a lot of horror, SF and fantasy. And lots of technical books, mostly animation/computer graphics stuff. I'm currently reading A Clash Of Kings by George RR Martin, which kicks complete and total A$$.
Angry_Gumball wrote:Depends on what I'm in the mood for. I do not regularly sit down with a book and read it unless I find my 'Roller Coaster' book laying around asking for attention. As for books I just read, I just finished Night (the Holocaust) and also just finished Dawn (what happened after Night, as a fiction)
No way. I've got to read "Night" for English. Is it any good?
I haven't ever been a big reading fan either, and just recently started with having something to read on the side... first was The Green Mile by Stephen King, and then I read The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King, which I really liked, I started Everythings Eventual by him but it sucked and I stopped. After those I read The House of Thunder by Dean Koontz, which was OK, and now I am reading Ice Bound which isn't good at all so far. I also have to read The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne for english, and its too hard to understand, thank you Sparknotes!
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