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valadaar:
How long did that take you?

Chaosmark:
When I read it, it took approximately 2 weeks. Which is about what I expect when reading the equivalent of an entire book series. Definitely worth your time, though don't get any ideas about reading it all in one sitting.

Thread Tax: Ignoring manga, the most recent tale I finished was Promise of Blood, a swords-n-sorcery-n-gunpowder story that sucked me in and kept me along for the ride until the last page. Also well worth your time.

Kassy:
Currently reading through David Donachie's John Pearce novels. Almost finished the 4th one. Absolutely devouring them.

Naval historical fiction at its peak.

Silveressa:
Been reading more of Matthew Reilly books, specifically his Shane Schofield series, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shane_Schofield which are non stop action and special forces style mayhem, framed in a near future settings that's readily believable and holds true to the capabilities of real world military weaponry, and actual combat tactics for the most part.

Fair warning through, they're really hard to put down once you pick one up.  :wink:

Kassy:
This:

http://titanbooks.com/the-clone-rebellion-the-clone-republic-book-1-6995/

is what I'm now engrossed in, started reading it yesterday and haven't been able to put it down.

Another book on my to-read shelf is The Engines of God by Jack McDevitt, which looks to be more fascinating.

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