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Thu May 09, 2019 2:54 pm
RandomVanGloboii says...

DragonWriter22 wrote:I'm currently rereading The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien. It's every bit as amazing as I remembered it so far.

I also recently finished reading Elantris by Brandon Sanderson. It was entirely awesome!

I remember trying to start reading Tolkien by beginning with the Silmarillion. A very bad idea XD now that I read his two most important works I should give another try though

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Sat Aug 03, 2019 5:07 am
Ventomology says...

I read an excellent book called Kill the Farm Boy recently. (well, I listened to it. the narrator was very good) It's... maybe 16+ because of the vulgar humor, but it's funny, and the story is surprisingly well put together, for all that it's weird.

Also there are memes in this book.
"I've got dreams like you--no really!--just much less, touchy-feeley.
They mainly happen somewhere warm and sunny
on an island that I own, tanned and rested and alone
surrounded by enormous piles of money." -Flynn Rider, Tangled

"The right is not given, Henry. It is taken. It is taken by blood, by murder. Where is God in that? The king's divinity is a tale men tell themselves, but the right is [i]taken[/i]. It is taken by force and held by force."
— Elizabeth Tudor, The White Princess