I couldnt find one of these threads, so I thought I'd start one!
I am currently reading Labyrinth by Kate Mosse. I havent got very far through it, but its excellent so far! It goes between a story in the present, and the parallel story of a girl in the past, its really interesting.
elfsorrow by james barclay. confusing the hell out of me though cuz I only picked that one up at the bookstore after I read all the ones before it and the one after it... I just got used to thinking Ilkar' dead and now he's alive again n I'm gonna see him dead again! not cool, Ilkar rocks...
~Don't know what you've got till It's gone... then you're just left with me... WithdrawalFX~
Jade-Fairy [forum info]
too much teen angst
Shyness that is criminally vulgar
June 14, 2006, 11:17pm
The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury. I love it so far. =)
Robert Jordan - The Eye of the World
Anne Maccaffery - Freedom's landing
Terry Pratchet - Jingo, and Men at Arms
James Herbet - Creed
Anne Rice - The Vampire Lestat
Homer - The Oddessy
Marlowe - Dr. Faustus
Charles Dickens - A Tale of Two Cities
Currently writing (probably not intended but seems to fit)
Rags to Riches - involves - vampires, depression studies, insanity, mania, rape, hatred and love, complex patterns of dreams, female to female adoration (strictly not love). Based on a twist of modern fairy tales, back to the original horror they used to involve.
joint with my half-sister, - involves - the sense of power from an inanimate object being ultimately controlling over an entire civilisation. Still in the planning stages, but its not bad.