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  1. Vipera Magnifica

    What are you reading? II

    I'm currently reading A Storm of Swords by George R. R. Martin. Truth be told it's been over two years since I read A Clash of Kings and it's terrible that I didn't get around to reading this sooner. I read at a glacial pace though so it always takes me at least a month or two to finish these...
  2. Vipera Magnifica

    What are you reading? II

    I just finished reading A Clash of Kings by George R. R. Martin, so I guess I should pick up A Storm of Swords next. Each of the ASoIaF books is taking me a few months to read because they are very long and I read at a snail's pace. They are very good books though.
  3. Vipera Magnifica

    What are you reading? II

    I'm reading The Disaster Artist, which is Greg Sestero's account of working on The Room and his friendship with Tommy Wiseau. It is, of course, wildly entertaining.
  4. Vipera Magnifica

    What are you reading? II

    I just finished Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange and am now reading Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.
  5. Vipera Magnifica

    What are you reading? II

    I just read the V for Vendetta collection by Alan Moore and David Lloyd. Fantastic stuff.
  6. Vipera Magnifica

    What are you reading? II

    Currently reading "How the Hippies Saved Physics" by David Kaiser.
  7. Vipera Magnifica

    What are you reading? II

    The Disappearing Spoon by Sam Kean Me = Chemistry Nerd
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