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Currently I'm reading Stephen King's IT. So what are you reading?

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I'm a huge fan of the Witcher games especially the Witcher 3 so I am now reading the books the characters and the world is based on. The English translation of Andrzej Sapkowski 's first book in the series.

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This morning I finished reading Around the Moon by Jules Verne concluding all that I cared to read from Seven Novels by Jules Verne, a Barnes & Noble publication.

First I read Around the World in Eighty Days, then I read Journey to the Centre of the Earth; Then I read Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and then I read From the Earth to the Moon and today, I finished reading Around the Moon.

I haven't read Five Weeks in a Balloon or The Mysterious Island; but I'm okay with that, I bought the book to read what I've read and now today I've finished, was great.

I can now say I've read Jules Verne.

I've got this book that has everything Edgar Allan Poe has ever wrote that I haven't read yet; but I've read Edgar Allan Poe; might read that next if not go out and buy Dracula by Bram Stoker and read that.

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