Read in '10
13 8.91. Hawksong (Kiesha'ra) - Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
Just thought I might re-read this. Still the same affect as me reading it the first time. I love this book, my only complain is that it should be longer.
3 7.32. Snakecharm (Kiesha'ra) Vol. 2 - Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
Another re-read. Not entirely as good as the first one (look above) but it does have it's perks. It's short anyway, so re-reading wasn't much of a hassle.
4 7.53. Fugitives of Chaos (Tor Fantasy) - John C. Wright
Read for fun
I really enjoyed this book. It was a bit difficult to get into, not surprising since, I started with the second book of the trilogy, but once I got it, I love it. I am looking forward to reading the other two books... now if only I can get them.
12 7.24. Antigone (Greek Tragedy in New Translations) - Sophocles
Read for class.
My first greek tragedy and I have to say, I quite enjoyed it. As a fan of Shakespeare, not entirely surprising but I am tempted to read the other parts of the trilogy.
71 7.65. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Classic... - Seth Grahame-Smith,Jane Austen
Read for fun.
I have to say, zombies are just what P and P need to make it to my top favourite books of all time. Bravo. I think I'll read Sense and Sensibility and Sea-monsters now.
4 66. Death of a Salesman (Heinemann Plays) - Arthur Miller
Read for class.
We were watching the movie too at the same time. It was really depressing. I mean it just made you take a deep breath of relief after reading. Total tragedy.
264 8.47. The Sandman, Vol. 1: Preludes and Nocturnes - Neil Gaiman
Blew me away. Yes. I loved it.
38 7.88. The Glass Menagerie - Tennessee Williams
Suceedingly tragic. The futility of life. I think I liked it better than I thought I would.
61 7.419. Waiting for Godot - Samuel Beckett
5 7.320. Orphans of Chaos - John C. Wright
2 922. Titans of Chaos (The Chronicles of Chaos) - John C. Wright
25 8.123. Anansi Boys - Neil Gaiman
14 8.124. The Witch of Blackbird Pond (Yearling Newber... - Elizabeth George Speare
Read for Fun
Never underestimate a children's book. This blew me away. When my Dad bought it for me, a couple of weeks ago, I have to admit, I was a little insulted. Though I've never actually read this book, I have seen it around ever since I was in primary school and as such I have unfortunately thought it was a book only for children and I never thought about reading it and I never thought I would think about reading it. Anyway when I got it, I was a little bit insulted and I thought my Dad thought I read kiddie books in any case, I accepted the gift and put it in the pile of books in my bathroom. I never thought I would read it, in fact I resolved myself into not reading it and I forgotten all about it. Then today, finishing Anansi Boys the night before I found myself lacking of new reading material while I took my daily visit to the bathroom. I had all but to read the first few pages and I was already hooked. The protagonist Kit won me over immediately, as well as the rest of the supporting cast. Really the story was a simple one but it was very cleverly written, and I don't know, I just really liked it.
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