Discussion in 'The Bar' started by HOLIC, Jun 1, 2013.
I'm not a Stephen King Horror fan but his other books never fail to entertain.
I'm on a Steven King run.
Right now I'm reading Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption. I noticed it was pretty short and I found out it is part of a collection called Different Seasons. I'll probably read the other three next. That was such a great movie, I wonder if I'd be enjoying reading it as much if I'd never seen it. I try to read the book first if I know I'm going to see the movie soon. I did this in reverse.
I hear Morgan Freeman's voice when I read it because it is narrated by his character, Red.
Angela's Ashes. For fucks sake it's good.
Still reading Stephen King. I'm on the Bachman Books right now. He certainly didn't try to change his style too much when he wrote as Bachman.
Just got these in the mail yesterday. They're two Ukrainian authors. If you don't already know I'm a total faggot for Ukraine.
I can't wait to read that. Is it good? My expectations may be too high.
This is the book that the movie "Jackie Brown," is based upon. I think this is my first Elmore Leonard book and I like his style but it has been a little tough to get into the book so far. I'm going to stick with it because he's a pretty legendary author.
Its a delightful second effort,
I know everyone liked that first book, it was quite a surprise.
Still reading this, very light reading IMO.
In anticipation of the upcoming movie, I read Mortal Engines a few weeks ago and thought it was good. Now I'm reading "American Assassin: A Thriller" and it's pretty good Gonna watch the movie after
I like light reading. I like to be entertained. I'll read a couple of non-fiction in a row then have to go back to something lighter for a while.
Mortal Engines is a young adult book. I just read, A Monster Calls, which is also a kid's book. Some of this kid stuff is very good writing! I may give Mortal Engines a try.
Yeah, I'm just starting getting into reading again, so I thought I'd start with an easier one. I'd definitely give Mortal Engines a read, because the concept is interesting, and they're making a movie that's looking interesting, so it's fun to have that to look forward to.
How are you going to watch a movie that isn't released in "Norway" until November 3rd?