on 26-04-2010 10:42 AM
I read a hell of a lot of comics and graphic novels and at the moment i'm working my way through the graphic novels of The Walking Dead, which is an awesome story of the travels of a group of people trying to survive in a world full of zombies, I've been buying the books 2-3 at a time as they really suck you in and you cant put it down and it is soon to be made into a tv series to start this year.
And I'm also reading the graphic novels of The Boys, another great series which follows a group of superpowered CIA agents known as The Boys ( one of the characters is based on Simon Pegg too ) who have to police the worlds superheroes/villians and if necessary kill them. It's definatly not for those who are easily offended and it contains some really strong language, graphic scenes of violence and sexual nature, But it is a really good read with some *****ing hilarious moments.
I recommend these to anybody i really do.
26-04-2010 10:46 AM - edited 26-04-2010 10:48 AM
I'm currently reading Pet Semetery by Stephen King. One of the many Stephen King books I own that I've finally worked my way round to reading
That is an awesome book, one of very few books I've read more than once. I love horror books and that is in my top 5. Shame the film wasn't as good.
on 26-04-2010 03:29 PM
Tea leaves, I see much troubled times ahead ohh and Moira from Stoke it will turn out ok, you go girl
on 28-04-2010 11:56 AM
i'm about halfway through douglas adams hitchikers guide to the galaxy. i read this last about 8 years ago, so its really fresh re-reading it, and im loving it. its so ridicoulously funny, but as a real solid core to it thats instantly recognisable. love it.
i really enjoy reading pratchett, and the two are quite similar in wit, randomness and greatness. in fact i think pixar should pick up the pratchett licsence and produce some films.
on 08-05-2010 05:11 PM
The Stand by Stephen King. I reckon it will take me MONTHS, because it is 1,420+ pages long.
That is my all time favourite book. I must have read it about four or five times. Stick with it, you won't regret it
I'm about 200 pages from the end of Desperation by Stephen King. Completely sucked me in from the first few pages. I hate to put it down but I've got to sleep some time lol
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