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What is the Last Book You Read

Oct 26, 2008
The last book I read from the start to finish was Ravenor: The Omnibus. It's a trilogy really, but it is just a single book overall. It's my favourite book of all time, it's all about a group led by an Inquisitor who at the start of the first book is trying to shut down what appears to be a explosion in the trading of a very dangerous drug. It does near the 1000 page area though, but it's got great quality throughout in my opinion.
Dec 19, 2011
Frankenstein ...
school related book... and I still have an essay to do on that... ~but what am I doing... ? ~

For Fun...
The Alchemyst: The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel.
Good book/series


Hello Sweetie!
Jun 18, 2011
I'm almost at the end of the first Nikki Heat book (for those here who watch the show Castle) "Heat Wave". I love it, a lot of paralells to the show characters :)


luke is my wife
Apr 9, 2010
I'm currently in the middle of reading a book called Eon by Alison Goodman. I'd probably be reading it now if I hadn't left it in class today. I've already read Eon and its sequel, Eona - very creative titles, I know - but I loved the books and I decided to reread them. Eon is a rather long read, which is nice because it offers plenty of reading for me whenever I want. I love these two books, and I highly recommend them for people who enjoy fantasy, action, Asian cultures, dragons, ethical dilemmas, and an emotional story. I honestly cried at the end of Eona, both in a sad way and in a happy way. The only thing with these books is that there are some rather mature and potentially disturbing themes, so I would suggest only reading them if you're capable of handling that. It's nothing too gory, but it certainly exists.

Danigo92498 said:
Last book I read was the Hunger Games, it was okay. Before that I had finished the Pendragon series by M(or D?).J. Machale

It's D.J. Machale, and I've read the Pendragon books before, too; all ten of them. And what a ten books they were! I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Bobby Pendragon's adventures to various different worlds, and the complex plot was truly genius. I would also highly recommend these books.

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