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...
I'm going back through the Happy Potter series.
Just finished the Fifty Shades trilogy
Started The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Just bought the Interview With The Vampire: Claudia's story graphic novel. It'll keep me occupied for an hour, then I'll be reading something else most likely.
Star Wars: The Old Republic: Deceived
Liking it quite a lot. :-)
If they are smart, yes. This book is NOT dumbed-down.
It IS a Star Wars novel, so...it was inevitable that I would read it.
Tragic and romantic, how lovely!
Right now I'm reading Justin Bieber's newest book. It is really cool to be on the inside and know all the deets. If you are a bieber fan i totally recommend reading both of his books. They are real eye openers. #BELIEVE