Well excuuuuse me, princess.
Just read the Hobbit and the Hannibal Lecter books (also Divergent), currently reading Omerta, just bought World War Z, going to buy Insurgent and How to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You later this week.
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I will second her on both these points, and I found LotR impossible to get through.Finally, finally, after so very much persuading, I've started the behemoth that is Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrel.
(Mhals assures me it's the best thing ever, and despite being the size of a small European country, not difficult to read. Although it's worth mentioning she's currently reading LotR and finding it a well-paced romp.)
Only half-way through it, but I just wanted to say that One Hundred Years of Solitude is amaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing.I'm just about to start One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez, then I'm going to try and eat Life of Pi and The Great Gatsby, and re-eat The Hobbit, before I watch their respective movies.