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Re-reading Magician: Master by Raymond E Feist. I think this is the third time I'm reading the book. It's the second part of a whole giant series of books that takes place in the same world, Midkemia
 

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Wolf Soldier by James R Hannibal. I'm already like halfway through and haven't really gotten to the wolves yet, but it's been an amazing book so far without the wolves, so I ain't complaining
 

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I just started reading the second book in the Earthsea-series. I thought the first one was okay, maybe I need to read it again later and it'll grow on me. So lets see what the second book has in store!
 

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Currently reading Loop, by Koji Suzuki, the third in the original Ring trilogy. (Before Birthday and S were published of course!)
 

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I went to visit my best friend (earlier? Yesterday? Idk it's 1am) and she lent me Wings of Fire book 15, "The Flames of Hope", which just came out a week ago. I just finished it (I've been reading for 5 and a half hours straight it's 1am help) and it was REALLY good. Overall an excellent and shocking conclusion. I think my main complaint would just be that I wish it was longer. According to the author Tui T. Sutherland this will be the last book in the series. There's just so many interactions and conclusions we just didn't get to see. Breaks my heart a little. But overall 10/10, I loved it so much.
 
I've finally made my way through Thomas Sowell's Basic Economics. It corrected some of the misconceptions I had about the likes of protectionism, while protectionist policies may benefit certain industries at certain times, they hurt the economy as a whole, and also gave some more examples for concepts I already understood well like supply and demand and inflation. Speaking of the latter, something could be said of so many people in modern times not understanding that printing more money initially contributed to the situation we now find ourselves in today.
 

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