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User avatar #6811 - zonetransferrer (06/29/2015) [-]
what do you use for epub a mobi file format?
#6810 - skoldpaddacommala (06/29/2015) [-]
Found the Dark Tower collection in hardcover on craigslist for $50.
Today was a good day.
User avatar #6809 - supahsayin (06/29/2015) [-]
can anyone help me get hyped or something to get back into reading?
I'm a bit of a seasonal reader(when I'm in the mood I pick up book after book, followed by a long hiatus), and I want to get in the groove before my first semester of college starts.
#6819 to #6809 - soljwf ONLINE (07/02/2015) [-]
depends on what you like. I could suggest a ton of stuff.
User avatar #6823 to #6819 - supahsayin (07/03/2015) [-]
Something moderately to very short, but a good read i what I'm looking for. I'm cool with most genres.
User avatar #6812 to #6809 - zonetransferrer (06/29/2015) [-]
mein kampf
User avatar #6806 - selfexplain (06/28/2015) [-]
I am searching a place to download all or at least most of the Magic the gathering novels. Time for some nostalgia for me. I actually do have them in already as a book but it won't fit into my bag on the way to work so I need them as eBook.

Onslaught Cycle
Kamigawa Cycle
and everyone after the Time Spiral cycle would be awesome. (They never released in german unfortunately)
User avatar #6808 to #6806 - selfexplain (06/29/2015) [-]
I found the Odyssy cycle, the Mercadian Mesquarade cycle and the Invasion cycle myself, if anyone wants it, PM I will gladly share it with you guys!
User avatar #6807 to #6806 - selfexplain (06/28/2015) [-]
If someone is just better with google than me, here is a more specific list of what I meant with "after the Time Spiral cycle" because I meant the Lorwyn cicle instead (and Mirrodin just because I missed to read it):
The Mirrodin Cycle
The Quest for Karn
Test of Metal
Agents of Artifice
The Purifying Fire
Alara Unbroken
#6802 - boomerpyro (06/28/2015) [-]
anyone know where i can download "soon i will be invincible" for free?, i'm talking about the text version, not the audiobook
#6803 to #6802 - boomerpyro (06/28/2015) [-]
even a link to reading it online will do, plz
even a link to reading it online will do, plz
#6804 to #6803 - boomerpyro (06/28/2015) [-]
i've been searching for over an hour but i just find it after i ask for help   

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User avatar #6801 - joshlol (06/27/2015) [-]
anyone read this?
would you recommend?
User avatar #6815 to #6801 - thedrgonzo (06/30/2015) [-]
As pure fiction, it's a little dull. As an exploration of government and philosophy of mind and/or language, it's fucking fascinating.
#6813 to #6801 - anon (06/29/2015) [-]
everyone talks about it like it is some sort of anticommunist bible, but i think it was rather boring. Didn't come to my expectations i had. It was like whole book was transformed form of answer "K". Too much hype around it, and also people acting like they are enlightened after reading it. Last book that made me to look into it every day was "the list of seven" by mark frost, . 1984 isn't wasted time but there are better ways and things to waste time with. Like looking into fb profiles of woman you used to love.
#6799 - thethirddoctor (06/27/2015) [-]
Amazon just recommended me this book. What the actual fuck?
A lion billionaire CEO romance fiction. Really?

Guess how Tumblr the author is.
User avatar #6800 to #6799 - raeptiemx (06/27/2015) [-]
go read "ravaged by the leprechaun" instead
much better erotic fiction imo
User avatar #6805 to #6800 - thethirddoctor (06/28/2015) [-]
It truly was a masterpiece. A nine page long masterpiece.
#6820 to #6805 - soljwf ONLINE (07/02/2015) [-]
Go for "Taken by the T-rex" because..... dinosaurs lol
User avatar #6824 to #6820 - thethirddoctor (07/03/2015) [-]
That's reason enough I guess.
#6793 - Elk (06/22/2015) [-]
**Elk used "*Roll picture*"**
**Elk rolled image**
>not accepting that movies are the better of the two
User avatar #6790 - ljxjlos (06/22/2015) [-]
I just found out that The Stormlight-Archives only has two finished of 10 planned and I´m close to finishing the second.

I HATE having to wait. Brandon Sanderson is clearly growing to become one of my favorite writers of all time, I can´t think of anyone else who I´d have wanted to finish Wheel of Time ignoring Robert Jordan himself of cause.
User avatar #6784 - yellowcardraiden (06/22/2015) [-]
Any recommendations to any good fantasy books. I remember there being a post about it on the front page with a bunch of them like a month or two ago but I lost it.
User avatar #6794 to #6784 - ithinkimightbelost (06/23/2015) [-]
David Eddings' Sparhawk Saga, The Elenium and the Tamuli
Raymond E. Feist's Riftwar Universe
Terry Brooks' Shannara series
R.A. Salvatore's Drizzt series
Glen Cook's The Black Company
User avatar #6791 to #6784 - ljxjlos (06/22/2015) [-]
First off: ALL of Tolkiens Books. Seriously, every single one is worth it, several are better then the LotR even.

Then: Wheel of Time. Should have you entertained for quite a while. It gets a bit stretchy in the middle, but it´s worth fighting through.

Everything by Brandon Sanderson. He finished Wheel of Time when the original Author died and is slowly becoming one of my favorite authors. His Mistborn-Triology is fantastic and I can see him easily overthrowing the Song of Ice and Fire as the biggest modern fantasy series right now with his long-lasting "Stormlight-Archive"-Series that he´s working at right now.

There are several "The Creatures"-Series, some are utter shit, some are, while being popcorn-literature, fantastic...The Dwarves (and The Albae, another Series by the same Author) for example are fantastic, as well as the first book of The Orcs and All of The Elves (The Elves has some ridiulously feels-y moments, be prepared)

More Sci-Fi and Comedy, but Robert Rankin deserves a mention. He reminds me a bit of Terry Pratchett, but is, imo, FAR better - and I do like Terry Pratchett.

Last but not least: Fool on the Hill by Matt Ruff. A fantastic modern-age Fairytale. Rather unknown, sadly.

If you already know of those, tell me, I can go on for a while.
User avatar #6792 to #6791 - yellowcardraiden (06/22/2015) [-]
Thanks man. I appreciate it.
User avatar #6785 to #6784 - yourdonutz (06/22/2015) [-]
www.funnyjunk.com/Want+a+good+fantasy+book/funny-pictures/5564820/ here dude i remember this one and was asking for some TOTALLY LEGITIMATE websites to get some free
User avatar #6787 to #6785 - yellowcardraiden (06/22/2015) [-]
Also thanks.
User avatar #6786 to #6785 - yellowcardraiden (06/22/2015) [-]
Do you know where to read these for free or did you not get an answer.
User avatar #6788 to #6786 - yourdonutz (06/22/2015) [-]
wapfever.info/new/55472/Ebooks/The-painted-man---Peter-V.-Brett.epub.html for the first peter v brett book
for the second
try looking around on this website, btw they are ebooks
#6783 - yourdonutz (06/22/2015) [-]
psst where can a poorfag like me read books if he couldn't afford them or find them on piratebay
User avatar #6818 to #6783 - zonetransferrer (07/01/2015) [-]
funny how there is no place as blockbuster right? where you can just rent books for free
User avatar #6782 - skoldpaddacommala (06/22/2015) [-]
How are audio books compared to reading? I'm afraid that listening to a book instead of actually reading it will make me stupid/less likely to appreciate the story, or at least diminish the experience.
#6821 to #6782 - soljwf ONLINE (07/02/2015) [-]
I like audiobooks because I drive a lot for work and I can also listen to them in the shower or while eating or really doing anything. Many of them are really well made and the performances are really good.
User avatar #6795 to #6782 - ithinkimightbelost (06/23/2015) [-]
I tend to listen to audio books if I'm busy doing something else or as something to go to sleep to. I don't personally think that it will cause you to appreciate the book less, but it comes down to personal preference. For example, while I've enjoyed some audio books, others used voice actors who I didn't feel fit the character. That would probably affect your experience.
User avatar #6781 - feelythefeel (06/22/2015) [-]
I like how when Harry Potter started out, Slytherin was the house of clever and witty social animals who just so happened to have a mean streak. But since Hargrid made a snide remark at the beginning of the series about how everyone who's in Slytherin is evil or whatever, Slytherin has gradually evolved to be a house of fucking psychopaths who would be better in St. Mungo's than Hogwarts.

Like, I can't even recall a single redeemable Slytherin character.
User avatar #6789 to #6781 - dasistwunderbar (06/22/2015) [-]
I don't think Slytherin has ever been anything other than Nazi house. And you can't Snape think of Snape a single redeemable Snape Slytherin?
User avatar #6797 to #6789 - feelythefeel (06/24/2015) [-]
Snape is always the exception.
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#6775 - ThatFatMummy (06/19/2015) [-]
No, no, no, no, no!
#6776 to #6775 - ThatFatMummy (06/19/2015) [-]
Aquaman new-52 is the feel-iest of comics that I've gotten into so far. I'm still new but damn.
User avatar #6780 to #6776 - ljxjlos (06/20/2015) [-]
Aquaman is best DC-Man.

And while the New 52 aren´t supposed to be that great, I really did love the Aquaman-Series.
#6771 - anon (06/18/2015) [-]
A Song of Ice and Fire spoilers:

Does anyone knows FOR SURE if they are not going to include Lady Stoneheart, Aegon Targaryen and Euron/Victarion/Aeron Greyjoy in the TV show? I heard they are going to join Euron and Victarion on one character and it will be just Euron but that makes me fucking mad because Victarion is one of my favourite characters. Also Lady Stoneheart first appearence is the most unexpected moment in the series so that's just wrong.
User avatar #6767 - assyria (06/16/2015) [-]
reminder that Dostoevsky is best author
#6798 to #6767 - billfred (06/26/2015) [-]
Shout-outs Form The Underground.
User avatar #6768 to #6767 - dasistwunderbar (06/17/2015) [-]
Ah, but which book?
User avatar #6770 to #6768 - ithinkimightbelost (06/17/2015) [-]
Gotta be The Brothers Karamazov, right?
User avatar #6772 to #6770 - dasistwunderbar (06/18/2015) [-]
Maybe if you're a nerd. Lev Nikolaevich Myshkin is the finest character ever made west of Dover. The Idiot all the way.
User avatar #6773 to #6772 - ithinkimightbelost (06/18/2015) [-]
I'll have to reread The Idiot. It didn't resonate with me when I read it all those years ago, but it may have just been my state of mind while I was reading it.
User avatar #6762 - cuntbisquits ONLINE (06/15/2015) [-]
Can anyone who has an understanding of To Kill a Mockingbird help me relate the quote “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” to the book?
User avatar #6777 to #6762 - skoldpaddacommala (06/20/2015) [-]
Been awhile since I read that, but basically it's saying that judging the intelligence of others relative to yourself is a bit unfair considering they have experienced life in a completely different way. Their skills and knowledge of the world may not be useful to anyone but them.
I believe it may relate to Boo R. considering that he was simple minded, had a different perception of the world, yet proved to be a significant player in the story.
Or something like that anyway...
#6761 - ajrinznotkill (06/13/2015) [-]
can someone tell me where I can download a PDF version of Blood of Elves, one of The Witcher books
google only gave me bad links and regitrations sites
#6763 to #6761 - anon (06/15/2015) [-]
do you know how to torrent?
#6765 to #6763 - ajrinznotkill (06/15/2015) [-]
Yes but i only have a tablet atm
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