The completly obligatoric What'cha reading thread
#41
A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson
My god, I had tears of laughter running down my face.
[Image: tumblr_msneb3uvKx1qe8ujwo8_500.gif]
Reply
#42
Just read "The Art of War" by Sun Tzu. It's a military treatise or a strategy book. One of the most influential of its kind.

Currently reading Doyle's "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes"
[Image: vVqWfeH.png]
If only Gravity Falls had seen and used this unique writing system.....
Reply
#43
Very nice choices.

Currently reading Dirk Gently, so far really reminded of Discworld.
[Image: 101860422_stidenterprise3.gif][Image: tumblr_nkgc1yQOXU1sccu9co1_400.gif][Image: tumblr_nkgc1yQOXU1sccu9co5_400.gif]
Reply
#44
Leviathan Wakes. Pretty good so far.
[Image: giffany_button_by_sparrowag17-d9k3kov.png]
[Image: tumblr_ndbolzrktU1qhccbco7_250.gif] [Image: tumblr_ndbolzrktU1qhccbco2_250.gif]
Avatar by Nefa.
Reply
#45
Just read "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" by Arthur Conan Doyle.
The perfect book to those who are new to Sherlock Holmes.
[Image: vVqWfeH.png]
If only Gravity Falls had seen and used this unique writing system.....
Reply
#46
"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"

A boy with Asperger's wants to solve a mystery about a murdered dog and document everything as a murder mystery novel

We have to read it for school, liking it so far because it tries it's best to get you into the character and makes it understandable for the reader.
Reply




Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)