Books you've read or are reading

Discussion in 'TC Media' started by Kayal, May 28, 2011.

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  1. StPauli1916 Gold Member Gold Member

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    Yes mate, haven’t read it all yet but it’s a good read so far
     
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    Continuing with the Wells.
     
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    Finished Anne Rice's Violin. One of her stand alone books but very much classic Anne Rice in its style.

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    Edit: Watched the 1933 movie adaptation of this book and was impressed. Oldest film I've seen as of yet, but will be succeeded by Metropolis, to tie in with The Sleeper Awakes, which was read before this.
     
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    Just finished this today - amazing! For some reason I always thought it was a mammoth book, but it's relatively small and a very easy read. I had a preconceived idea of what the story was about, but was wrong. Already have the Kubrick film downloaded for watching when I get a few spare hours. Would love to read the sequel (2010: The Year We Make Contact) but starting back uni soon and need to get my background reading done :frown: