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21-05-05, 09:47
So for those of you who are reading a novel tell us what it is. Right now I'm reading Tess Gerritsen's: Bloodstream. All of her books are medical suspense which is my favourite genre.

Steven King recommends her novels and so do I. They're a non-stop enjoyment if you like this kind of reading.

Tess lives in the chilly U.S. state of Maine.



I got some pictures of the novels I have from her so far. If you get the chance please pick up one of her books because she's an author you won't want to dismis. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif






[ 21. May 2005, 10:48: Message edited by: THORN ]

21-05-05, 09:55
I have just got back into reading recently, i havent read since i was about 12. I am currently near the end of The Da Vinci Code, which is fantastic.

I also picked up a copy of Dan Browns 'Angels and Demons' yeasterday for 3.99 which i will start next.

21-05-05, 10:22
I'm reading Acid Row by Minette Walters and am thinking of re-reading Death of a red heroine by Qiu Xiaolong.

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21-05-05, 10:34
Road vehicular rules. :D

21-05-05, 10:41
The trilogy "Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn"
I'm loving them!

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21-05-05, 12:26
I've just finished the Da Vinci Code ( :D ) and I'm waiting for the next book by Kelley Armstrong (Bitten, Stolen, Dime Store Magic, etc).

21-05-05, 13:54
I'm reading Red Dwarf - Infinity Welcomes Careful Travellers for the third time. It is hillarious! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/thumb.gif I highly recommend the Red Dwarf novels. They are just as good as the TV show.

tlr online
21-05-05, 14:23
Clive Cussler "Black Wind" - A Dirk Pitt adventure. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif


tlr online
22-05-05, 03:16
I'm going to read Moby Dick next. Every now and again I read a classic.

22-05-05, 03:19
Your a legend tlr online!I love Cussler,ive just finished Black wind myself.

22-05-05, 03:20
I am currently reading The Lunatic Cafe by Laurell K Hamilton.

22-05-05, 04:28
It's too bad we didn't start that book club idea. That Da Vinci Code book is pretty popular where I live.

I wonder if I can get a copy yet. I hope to read it after Bloodstream.

Btw tlr, have you read moby dick before? I think it's a must have book... but rather cumbersome if travelling. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

22-05-05, 11:39
im reading the bad mothers handbook and its brilliant, a real chick book but hay it suits me.

15-06-05, 02:43
Currently finishing up with the Myst Trilogy. You guys have to read these books! Sad yet very close to what happened to every ancient Empire.

I would also recommend Pegasus in Space and Silver Wolf Black Falcon. Wonderful books http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif .

15-06-05, 03:08
Rainbow Six

15-06-05, 04:46
i just finished STILL LIFE WITH CROWS by Douglas Preston and Lincohn Child

its everything people ask for....a deofrmed child and a hot gothic girl!

tlr online
15-06-05, 05:31
The Beach, by Alex Garland, again. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

15-06-05, 05:58
I'm reading "To Kill a Mockingbird". http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

15-06-05, 07:21
"Graphics in Direct 3d 9" :D

15-06-05, 09:43
Deathstalker Coda


tlr online
15-06-05, 09:51
Originally posted by Boyraider:
I'm reading "To Kill a Mockingbird". http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif I read that at school. I take it that's not a voluntary choice? :D

15-06-05, 10:47
I've downloaded all of H. P. Lovecraft's works to read this summer, just finished "The Shadow Over Innsmouth". It's good http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/thumb.gif

15-06-05, 17:08
Originally posted by JamesFKirk:
"Graphics in Direct 3d 9" :D Do I see a programmer here? http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

15-06-05, 17:37
"Catch-22," "Our Town," and "All Quiet on the Western Front." The latter two are summer assignments. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/redface.gif

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Jacob x5
16-06-05, 06:20
I'm half way through loads of books at the moment:

Doctor Who, The Clockwise Man - by Justin Richards.
Northern Lights - by Phillip Pullman.
Silverfin - by Charlie Higson.

About to start:

Sabriel - by Garth Nix.

Recently read:

The Creature In The Case - by Garth Nix.
Three other short stories by various authors.

I'm Also reading "Doctor Who, Monsters and Villians" by Justin Richards, but that's a sort of guide book rather than a novel.


18-06-05, 23:15
Finished the Myst Trilogy Yesterday night and I must say it's a wonderful read! I highly recommend them :D .

Autor: Rand Miller


Myst: Book of Atrus
Myst: Book of Ti'Ana
Myst: Book of D'ni

All three of them are a wonderful read :D

19-06-05, 00:51
Yay, I love Myst. I only have and read the first book though, it's beautiful. I look forward to get the others soon enough. Catapharact, if you are a Myst fan you should see this page about the original game proposal (http://tinselman.typepad.com/tinselman/2005/06/myst_game_desig.html). A treat! :D

Currently I'm reading non-fiction "Those unschooled minds: home-educated children grow up" by Julie Webb.

19-06-05, 01:03
I have read all of the Tomb Raider books, (and they where so good.) now Im reading the Resident Evil books and there cool too, and bit bloody, but I love that. They are full action and not to forget the zombies all the nasty zombies, I LOVE IT!!

19-06-05, 12:26
"Algebra Demystified, a self-teaching guide" http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/whistle.gif

19-06-05, 12:38
Originally posted by Gomes:
Yay, I love Myst. I only have and read the first book though, it's beautiful. I look forward to get the others soon enough. Catapharact, if you are a Myst fan you should see this page about the original game proposal (http://tinselman.typepad.com/tinselman/2005/06/myst_game_desig.html). A treat! :D

Thanks for the Link :D . Yeah, the books are great! You have to read the Book of D'ni. A big time view of how every empire gets it's glory.

19-06-05, 12:58
Execution Hour - Gordon Rennie


Deus Sanguninis - James Swallow, the concluding part to Deus Encarmine

19-06-05, 13:20
I'm re-reading Small Gods by Terry Pratchett. He's my favorite author. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

19-06-05, 13:26
Hello, THORN. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

I am currently reading The End of The Age by Pat Robertson. It is a spectacular blend of science and religion.


[ 19. June 2005, 14:28: Message edited by: in_tux ]

19-06-05, 18:26
Originally posted by Draco:
Rainbow Six Is that Tom Clancys stuff? I have never read any of that.

I finished the Da Vinci a few days ago, it took me forever. I have been really busy though lately but i will say that its a remarkable book. Excellent choice after about 7 years of reading a book.

What do you suggest i read next?

I was going to start that Angels and Demons but i changed my mind.

19-06-05, 19:43
I'm currently reading 'The Universe In A Nutshell'
By Stephen Hawking


Also, A quaver full of arrows by Jefferey Archer

I liked Angels and Demons a lot
I read Deception point which wasnt so great I feel. I thought there was something wrong with Tollands view of the bioluminescents.

PS: I think Angels and demons is a good choice Sparky. I personally liked it a lot...maybe slightly better than Da Vinci. So maybe you should get your hands on that one.

[ 19. June 2005, 20:54: Message edited by: Andromeda66 ]

19-06-05, 20:20
Originally posted by SpArKy:
Is that Tom Clancys stuff? I have never read any of that.Tom Clancy is pretty good. Start with The Hunt for Red Octomber.

Originally posted by SpArKy:

I was going to start that Angels and Demons but i changed my mind. I thought Angels and Demons was better than The Da Vinci Code. Quite a good read.

19-06-05, 23:38
Really, maybe i shal read Angels and Demons first and keep an eye out for The Hunt for Red Octomber!

22-06-05, 16:19
you do that http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/thumb.gif

23-06-05, 14:53

23-06-05, 15:11
Is it any good?

23-06-05, 15:12

23-06-05, 21:08
The book i'm reading is called 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Mortal Fear'. It's a good book.

23-06-05, 21:11
Another good trilogy to read! :D .

I highy recommend the Otherland Trilogy :D . Interesting books http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif .


29-06-05, 11:16
Wats it about Catapharact?

29-06-05, 12:41
Originally posted by Catapharact:
I highy recommend the Otherland Trilogy :D . Interesting books http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif .

I agree. Great so far, still to read no.3.


This is book 4 of the Runelords. Which bring a few new ideas to fantasy writing.

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29-06-05, 12:47
Originally posted by spence:

This is book 4 of the Runelords. Which bring a few new ideas to fantasy writing. Ok, I think I'll take a look at the trilogy. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif Thanks.

On topic: I just got my hands on Feet of Clay, by Terry Pratchett. Yay! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif

Soma Holiday
29-06-05, 17:31
I'm reading 'City of the Dead' by SD Perry, which is basically RE2, so yeah, I like the 'official' stuff like movie books and things.

Has anyone ever read the Orson Scott Card series 'Ender's game?' or something like that? I'm considering getting those.

29-06-05, 18:06
DANCE OF DEATH---very good read

Capt. Murphy
29-06-05, 22:11
"The Finger Print of God" -by Hugh Ross.

30-06-05, 06:37
The Alchemist. Just finished. Wonderful...simply wonderful.