Turning the pages of time

Status update: I’ve finished Dead Air and greatly enjoyed it. It turned that this book about the honesty and amounts of lie people say to each other. Mostly about the lie and all kinds of it. Very bright and passionate book, especially in the end which is a trademark of Banks. Highly recommended. Since I didn’t find anything appropriate to read I decided to blow the dust off the Oscar WildeThe Picture of Dorian Gray book I’ve bought ages ago and gonna read it for a while.

From the gaming news I’d spot the opening of the Quakeexpo which promises to be rather interesting. And I’m still in the middle of the Prey playing through it rather slowly due to lack of time (constant parties, bbqs, river swimming, etc.). Well it’s summer afterall, the time which should be spent far from the computer, right?

2 Responses to “Turning the pages of time”

  1. Ionous Says:

    “Dorian Grey”, great book. It’s very easy to see while reading the Wilde primarily worked on played, since it is mostly dialogue, and thus, is one of the quickest two-hundred page reads i’ve come across. Enjoy.

  2. Vondur Says:

    Absolutely agree. This is very good book and easy read indeed. And as non english speaker, I enjoy proper english language there :)

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