I am reading a marvelous series. The second sequel to the book The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. I am reading City of Ashes now. Accidentally started with City of Glass, the third book in the series Dx
I recently finsihed Albert Camus' The Outsider. I liked it quite a lot. Going to take either Ayn Rand's The Virtues of Selfishness or Donald A. Crosby's A Religion of Nature on the 5+ hour coach ride I have tomorrow.
I've been reading The Invisible Dog by Dick King-Smith. It's an old children's book that I read around fourteen years ago, and I found it recently and thought I'd reread it. It's a story about a young girl who's Dog died when she was young, and then she finds its collar and creates an imaginary Dog when she's older. I guess it's supposed to be a lesson to Children about death and dealing with it; although I'm sure having imaginary companions is probably a little bit messed up.
Almost at the end of the epic 20 omnibus long saga, just 3 more to go after this. Which part has been my favourite so far? Tough choice between Dracula, Hercules, and Deadpool. What? Comicbooks (not "comic books", they're not always funny) count as reading!
I'm currently reading a few different books. Firstly, I'm reading 'Wiring and Lighting: A DIY Guide to improve my knowledge. Novels, I'm reading 010: Odyssey Two by Arthur C. Clarke, it is a sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey, and so far, it's pretty good. I'm also reading The Stand and From a Buick 8 by Stephen King.
I just finished Warriors Don't Cry for my English class, and the only homework over spring break. It was about the details and life of one of the nine black students who integrated Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957, written by her. I found the subject interesting, but the book to be amazingly boring.