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Fantasy and SciFi Book List

To read or finish in no particular order:

Inheritance Circle: Eldest, Brisingr, Inheritance
Lord of The Rings (finish)
The Hobbit
Game of Thrones (finish)
Artemis Fowl
Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy
Enders Game
1984 (finish)
Name of the Wind
The Sandman
The Mists of Avalon
Rangers Apprentice
Inkheart
Leviathan Wakes
Faery Rebels

I’d like to complete this list by next year and maybe start reading some Vaginal Fantasy books with the club. ;) I think that finishing the books I have on hand, and The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland In A Ship Of Her Own Making is the first order of business, and then more trips to the library! I haven’t been there in a long time and I miss it.

Future/Recommendations list:

Redshirts
Old Man’s War series
Snowcrash
Ready Player One

The Similarion
Dragonriders of Pern
Legend of Drizzt

brb reading

 

The Outbreak (part 7)

Amy tossed and turned. Water was all she could think about but she couldn’t muster the strength to ask. She opened her bleary eyes and looked about the room. She found the cup; and noticed her parents asleep on chairs outside. She reached as far as she could to no avail. Defeated, she closed her eyes. In her mind, viewed the cup coming to her still outstretched arm and felt a splash. Her eyes bolted open; startled to be holding the cup she couldn’t even reach a mere moment ago, warm water dripped down her hand and wrist. Shock and panic began to overwhelm her, she tried to fake calmness as she sipped her water and gently placed the cup down on the bed rail.

A nurse must have come in and given it to me while I had my eyes closed and is probably just around the corner Amy hoped as she peered over the edge to see around the room. No one was there, the door was still shut, there was no sound besides the constant beep of the monitors and her heart beating in ears.

Amy laid back and closed her eyes. She thought of her cold toes and imagined the blankets moving over her feet. When her eyes opened, nothing had changed. She sat up and frustratedly put the scratchy blanket back over her toes and pushed the service button.

“Thanks, Sasha” Agent Ryan said as the screen went back into place and the other feeds came back into view. He leaned back in his chair with his pad, spun once and moved towards his desk.