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What Have You Been Reading Lately

AF.

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Wolf of Wall Street.

First book I've read outside of school in YEARS. Haven't touched it for over a week though, so I need to get back on it.
 

Chris

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Just West of Parts Unkown
Been reading Fire & Blood Part 1 by George RR Martin lately. Wouldn't really recommend it unless you really love the Song of Ice and Fire series and it's by no means a substitute for how fucking long he's taking with the 6th book. But it's pretty cool if you like history since it's written like a history book (could easily see why people think that's boring though) from a maester's perspective that obviously doesn't know all the answers.
 

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"The Call of Cthulhu: and Other Dark Tales" - H.P. Lovecraft

Lovecraft is easily my favorite author, and I'm rereading an old book I had that had a collection of his stories. They're still great. My two favorites being "Herbert West: Reanimator" for being straight up hilarious, and "Shadow Over Innsmouth" for that glorious action.
 

Keith

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"The Call of Cthulhu: and Other Dark Tales" - H.P. Lovecraft

Lovecraft is easily my favorite author, and I'm rereading an old book I had that had a collection of his stories. They're still great. My two favorites being "Herbert West: Reanimator" for being straight up hilarious, and "Shadow Over Innsmouth" for that glorious action.
Not read any of his book. But I do love Re-Animator. Its a cult classic!
 
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Grim

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Not read any of his book. But I do love Re-Animator. Its a cult classic!
I highly suggest it if you're into Poe and King, as he's sort of the bridge between the two in terms of style. My suggestion for stories of his to read would likely definitely start off with "Herbert West" to get his hilarity out of the way. Others would be "Dagon", "Haunter in the Dark", and "Pickman's Model" to get a better idea on the tone of his stories.
 

The Commie

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I have been reading the Mero books as I have been playing the games again, and it is just a good series all around.