What kinds of books do you like to read in leisure time

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WindSol
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Re: What kinds of books do you like to read in leisure time

Postby WindSol » 25 Jun 2017, 11:51

I think i'm a rare case here, i'm not really into reading, i only actually read comic books, manga and H-manga.
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Re: What kinds of books do you like to read in leisure time

Postby Eyeshield21 » 07 Jun 2018, 15:55

Haven't Read a non-picture book in a very good while , I have been writing up my own
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Re: What kinds of books do you like to read in leisure time

Postby AislingDuval » 08 Jun 2018, 14:51

I have recently read all of the Mistborn books by Brandon Sanderson. They were really great <3. If you like fantasy I definitely recommend.
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Re: What kinds of books do you like to read in leisure time

Postby Forgunia » 15 Jun 2018, 02:05

Atelier Tanaka (a.k.a. Tanaka the Wizard). Only when I started reading the light novel did I realize how much stuff the manga adaptation leaves out.
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Re: What kinds of books do you like to read in leisure time

Postby tendedorange » 22 Jun 2018, 23:20

Haven't read anything that isn't manga in a long time. This thread is making me feel motivated to start reading as a hobby again.

The Bartimaeus series is very cool, I remember reading it back in high school.

Some recommendations:

Books by Walter Moers, specifically:
The 13 1/2 Lives of Captain Bluebear
and
Rumo and his Miraculous Adventures
-They're very good novels with really interesting settings. They're pretty long, but they're among my favorite books.

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series
-Funny, satirical books that also have really interesting settings. However, before you read them you should know: the original author (Douglas Adams) died after writing the fifth book, which ends on a cliffhanger. The final book was written by Eoin Colfer, the author of the Artemis Fowl series.

I've been planning on reading the Witcher series, but I never got around to it. I've heard good things about it though.

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