'The Queen's Fool" by Phillipa Gregory
so far so good
Jusr finished The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater. I gotta say, I'm really very surprised at how much I liked the book. It was different, the characters were very well developed, and I loved the protagonist. Nice to see a girl that doesn't let emotion or want deter her from her goals. I definitely suggest it.
I'm reading The Hobbit, in time for the film coming out in December. :)
Fateful - Claudia Gray
Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Identity
Liked the film despite disliking Matt Damon.
Dante's The Inferno.
I like knowing it, as it is frequently referenced. However, my thoughts on the story itself? It reads like a bad, bad fanfic of Historical figures. And why does Dante the Pilgrim faint so often? I'm not quite sure. Amused by the book up until gluttony. Then it grew a bit monotonous. The book I intend on reading next is Paolo Coelho's The Alchemist.
Z still scares the pants of me :)
Oh yeah, and have :)
Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt.
I've heard McCourt is some sort of dirtbag, but this book is really good.
Star Wars: Book Two of the Black Fleet Crisis: Shield of Lies
Liking it quite nicely.
If they like Han Solo, Princess, Leia, and Lando Calrissian: yes, I would.
Duh...it's a Star Wars novel. >:D
This may well have one of the best sub-plots of any story I have ever had the pleasure to read. If you are intrigued, check out the WookieePedia reference of Plat Mallar. I find his story to be very moving.
The Count of Monte Cristo.
... Really weird reading pro-aristocrat stuff when I recently saw Les Mis...