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I've not been very active at reading lately. I like reading, but it's just not a priority rn so.
## Also, a short book would count, so y'know, if someone has any suggestions!
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I finished reading 5 books this month, if anyone who has NO wants to pull out, feel free to do that, I'll resolve it later today
@firstuserhere easy market manip for you i guess. we all know this was forced as hell though
Update: I finished reading Consider Phlebas, I'm 30% done with "Relentless", I'm 70% done with "Snow crash", and I'm 40ish% done with "House of cards". I haven't made progress with Flatland but might finish it off over the weekend
@firstuserhere Finished flatland, finished snow crash, finished consider phlebas, and got to ~80% of house of cards, and still at 30% of relentless.
@firstuserhere What did you think of flatland? I liked it even though it's pretty short.
Also crazy that it's from the 1880s
@TobyBW I think flatland is pretty amazing! I'll write more about it, it's tickled so many cool ideas in my head
Started this book called "House of leaves" - i'm thrown off by the printing, this is so cool. Some pages are printed upside down, some diagonal, some with just a word, some with pictures of letters with pictures of text inside, some where the text itself looks horrifying lol!
This is probably gonna be a fun read!
@firstuserhere That is a really good book! How are you feeling about your chances of making it to 5 books?
@DylanSlagh optimistic! Here are the books that I'll be finished with by the 20th i think
House of Leaves
Snow crash by Neal Stephenson
Relentless by Tim Grover
@firstuserhere house of leaves is turning to be a real scary book. Some scenes are genuinely frightening
This is my Goodreads profile where I do updates frequently, in case I forget to update here
For a good short read, I recommend Hitchhiker’s guide to the Galaxy. You could even read all 5 in the series and meet this month’s goal, but the first good is good on its own either way.
@TobyBusickWarner definitely! I read the first one last month. Starting restaurant at the end of the universe soon
@TobyBW That is true, they're brilliant books. However, I've read the entire series twice before, and was trying for some new books this time, with Hitchiker's being sort of a book i'd read with a partner or a friend as they're reading