Edit: I found an old sketch I decided to finish!
On a completely different subject, I just finished The Stand (Stephen King) tonight and was thoroughly pleased. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes adventure/journey/quest books, even if King isn't usually your thing. This one's not particularly 'scary,' but it's very entertaining and very long. I also have Insomnia by him but I'm going to put it off until after I go through the rest of my stash from the thrift store.
Update: Okay, now I just finished Odd Thomas (Dean Koontz) and... Dean, you bastard. The ending was maybe not as good as the movie had built it up to be (Holly-wooood~!) but, apparently there was an entire parental storyline they'd left out. And. Holy feels, batman. I recommend the book but if you're impatient and want to see one of the (new) Star Wars stars in something totally different, Odd Thomas is on Netflix right now, just waiting to be watched!
In the meantime, what should I read next? Here are the options:
The Lost World, Michael Crichton (I already read Jurassic Park.)
Raptor Red, Robert T. Bakker (Jurassic Park but FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE RAPTORS!)
Another Dean Koontz (Whispers, Watchers, Midnight, Intesnity, The Taking, The Bad Place; no more Odd Thomas until I get the third book ((I read them out of order out of curiosity and dove into the second book after watching the movie,)))
Orrrr The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Steig Larson. I still need the third book but I'll probably find it before I finish the second.
Update: I went with Watchers.
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