Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
The second book of the Hunger Games trilogy
I'm reading The Hunger Games. I don't really enjoy it, though.
Color of the Sea, by John Hamamura. Good book.
The game is called Bridges...
Banner by Blazaking
Well let's see I'm "supposed" to be in the middle of:
-The World's Religions by Huston Smith (in the chapter on Hinduism)
-Taking Sides: American History (14th ed. Vol. 2) (on Issue 1 [Did Reconstruction Fail as a Result of Racism?]
-The Canterbury Tales (The Franklin)
BRING BACK DEXTER!!!!
A Place Called Waco by David Thibodaeu.
Okay, answer these quick questions:
A) Are you a human?
B) Do you live on a planet called Earth?
C) Do you have opinions on a thing called the Waco siege?
If you answered "yes" to all these questions, read this book. I can't stress this enough. I'm just gonna stop now before I made a blog-worthy wall of text explaining how this book took everything I knew about Waco, snatched it right out of my head, spun it sideways, and stuck it back in.
And people who are unable to answer "yes" to the first two questions are welcome to read this book anyway. :P
Death Bringer by Derek Landy. It's actually pretty good.
Just started "Double Solitaire", the tenth Wild Cards novel. Didn't think they could top the...let's say "resurrection" scene from the first book, but the last one pretty cleanly knocked it out of the park. Now we get the fallout on an alien world with a hippie who's a whole team of superheroes and an alien man trapped in the body of a teen girl who's pregnant with said alien man's great-grandchild. Such great stuff.
I'm reading perhaps too many books at once.
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - JRR Tolkien
Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne - David Gaider
Warhammer 40,000: Salamander - Nick Kyme
Diablo: Legacy of Blood - Richard A. Knaak
The Fire Eternal - Chris D'Lacey
The Kane Chronicles: The Red Pyramid - Rick Riordan
Redwall: The Legend of Luke
Lost by Jacqueline Davies
aka Insanish Danish