From Russia With Love. Oh, you meant in a book! The problem is that it depends on your definition of a sequel. In a set of books which was originally intended to be a trilogy - The Lord of the Rings, for example - I don't consider the following books to be a sequel, because it is all part of a cohesive story. With that in mind I would have to say that my favorite is probably... In the Court of the Crimson Kings, by S.M. Stirling.
- Living with the Dead in the Middle Ages, Patrick J. Geary
- Salem Possessed: The Social Origins of Witchcraft, Paul Boyer and Stephen Nissenbaum
- Inside Hitler's Greece: The Experience of Occupation 1941-44, Mark Mazower
Physical. I have a Kindle, and it's nice for travel and light reading, but I adore and collect physical books.
Which do you mean: one that I would have wanted to date or one that I actually would have dated? I'll just say Hermione Granger. We know what she was like as a teen, and she was cute but very bookish. I'd ahve stood a chance, and I'd have liked her.
A tossup question: either learning to read at 2, or reading Dune in 3rd grade.
Carnifex, by Tom Kratman
- Reading monographs for school? The corner booth in the McDonald's on 646 at I-45 in League City, Texas. Few interruptions/distractions, free coffee refills, and a clean restroom.
- Reading for fun? 1) The bath. Just shy of scalding hot. 2) My adjustable bed.
“It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to.”
- Starship Troopers, Robert Heinlein
- HMS Surprise, Patrick O'Brien
- The Hobbit, J.R.R. Tolkien
- Sir John Fisher's Naval Revolution, Nicholas Lambert
- Austerlitz, 1805: The Battle of Three Emperors, David Chandler (Osprey Campaign 2)
- The Great War: American Front, Harry Turtledove
- The Reverse of the Medal, Patrick O'Brien
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, J.K. Rowling
- Webelos Handbook, BSA
- The Sword of the Spirits, John Christopher
- The Serpent's Shadow, Rick Riordan
- General Chemistry, Whitten, Gailey and Davis
- Oath of Gold, Elizabeth Moon
- Echoes of Honor, David Weber