I just finished 'Lost Souls' by Poppy Z. Brite. It was pretty good, but quite graphic. And there was a lot of homosexuality so it's definitely not a good choice for people who have issues with that.
I'm always on the lookout for a good book, and I was at the bookstore today looking for one. I found a couple that sound good. One is the Daywatch series by Sergei Lukyarenko, and the other is Idlewind by Nick Sagan. Unfortunately - and I seriously hate this - I didn't have enough money to buy either of them. It annoys me when that happens. :/
Currently reading: To kill a mockingbird by Harper lee. It's for english. it's a pretty good book so far.
I read these two books over spring break:
TTYL- interesting book. written in all instent messeges.
Lush- Natasha friend, also an interesting book. it's about a girls struggle dealing with her aloholic father.
and if i ever get time i'd like to finish twilight. I started reading it but didn't get past the third chapter.
~Anarchist Theory is my big brother~
~on the outside i'm smiling but on the inside i'm slowly dying~
Just read Bloodhound by Tamora Pierce, and am reading it again (3rd time since i got it... on monday...) now have to wait a year till Mastiff (the final in the series) is realeased. I hate reading fast.
"Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind."
Last read: "The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea" by Yukio Mishima... its now one of my favourite books of all time.
Currently reading: "Tropic Of Cancer" by Henry Miller. Its like a cross between Norman Mailer's "The Deer Park" and Marquis de Sade's "120 Days Of Sodom", except its beautifully written, hilariously funny, and instills in the reader a joy in simply existing (if only for a moment). Not for the faint of heart or prudish though.
Category Seven - Bill Evans,
The Night Watch - Sergei Lukyanenko,
Underworld - Greg Cox,
The Host - Stephanie Meyer,
Marked - P.C. and Kristen Cast,
Something in the Water (Torchwood) - Trevor Backsindale,
The Ghosts of India (Doctor Who) - Mark Morris.
And I'm re-reading the Twilight series xD
Seasons are changing and waves are crashing and stars are falling all for us <3
When life gives you lemons, make orange juice and leave the world wondering how the hell you did it :)