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I'm still reading my way through Catherine Anderson's books. Yeah, they are mostly romances.....nothing the men would be interested in.

Mom just gave me The Green Mile so I'll be reading it shortly. She doesn't like SK's writing style. But, you can't go by my mother because she doesn't branch out much! :lol2: She doesn't read Grisham, Cornwell, Micheals, Griffin, Koontz, etc, etc, etc.

Aynde, I did see there is a new release on one of Anderson's books and it's 18 yrs old. :D

http://www.borders.com/online/store/Tit ... 0451225716

This story is about one of the Coulter guys' brother-in-law, Parker Harrigan. I'll have to get that one since I've read the one about Tucker Coulter (one of the twins) and Samantha Harrigan's story. Parker is one of the 5 brothers she has! LOL! Yeah, crazy...but good stories. :)

So....whatchya reading guys?

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Beave wrote:
nothing


Do you? Read, I mean? :tard:

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I just finished "Dearly Devoted Dexter" by Jeff Lindsay. That was better than I thought it would be. A good amount of suspense.

Right now I'm reading "When You Are Engulfed In Flames" by David Sedaris. It started off kinda slow, but it seems to be picking up a little.

After that I have "Too Fat To Fish" by Artie Lange from the Howard Stern Show. I've heard good things about it, so hopefully it will be good.


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LostArt wrote:
Beave wrote:
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Do you? Read, I mean? :tard:



Usually when I travel. Why read when I can watch TV? or better yet, porn. I'm a lip reader. :drool:

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I've started the second book in the First Law trilogy by Joe Abercrombie. I am finding them highly entertaining.


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is that Fitch's partner?

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"Blood Meridian" by Cormac McCarthy. So far so good. I really really liked "The Road" by him...probably one of my top 10 books.


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I just finished a book my girlfriend gave me "best friends" I didnt like but couldnt quit reading it


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I am mid way through a George Washington biography. I also have The Final Adventures of Norton the Cat. Both are on loan from the local library. I need to finish them up as my spring semester started this week and I have a lot of reading/studying to occupy my time.


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Just picked up a copy of Michael Crichtons "Next". Think there is only one of his I will not have read now. I like his stories and style but he has a hard time ending his books IMHO.

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his next book would be a miracle!

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I heard on the Robin Meade morning show the other day that the only business doing great, now that the econmy is bad, is the local libraries. The only institution that hasn't slowed down in our country. Nice to know our libraries don't need a "bail out".

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http://www.nypost.com/seven/11062008/ne ... 137332.htm

Yep, it would be a miracle. But, he might of had one in the works. Looks like it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Crichton


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Just picked up a copy of Michael Crichtons "Next". Think there is only one of his I will not have read now. I like his stories and style but he has a hard time ending his books IMHO.


I've only read one of his books; Timeline.

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right now I am reading a series of graphic novels called The Walking Dead. (zombies YAY!) I picked up issue 1 and 2 at the library. I also picked up 3 or 4 of Catherine Anderson's books but I am not sure of what titles. I just grabbed off the shelf.

The Road by Cormac McCarthy I read on Skwerls recomendation and I seriously needed antidepressants after reading it. *laugh*


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I also picked up 3 or 4 of Catherine Anderson's books but I am not sure of what titles. I just grabbed off the shelf.


List them Aynde! I wanna know! :D

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The Road by Cormac McCarthy I read on Skwerls recomendation and I seriously needed antidepressants after reading it. *laugh*


I KNOW I'm not going to read it now! :green: I get into a grand funk reading stuff like that! No way!

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I just started one called Sweet Nothings.

I read both of the Walking Dead stories. Meh. I have hard time getting into graphic novels because, and this will sound silly, there are too many pictures and not enough words. *shrugs* Weird huh. *laugh*


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I just started one called Sweet Nothings.


:tantrum: That's one of the 3 I'm trying to find! :(:

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I read both of the Walking Dead stories. Meh. I have hard time getting into graphic novels because, and this will sound silly, there are too many pictures and not enough words. *shrugs* Weird huh. *laugh*


LOL! Not really. Sometimes visuals are better left to the imagination. ;)

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Aynde wrote:
I read both of the Walking Dead stories. Meh. I have hard time getting into graphic novels because, and this will sound silly, there are too many pictures and not enough words. *shrugs* Weird huh. *laugh*


I thought Walking Dead was okay, but as a true aficionado of the zombie genre it left me wanting. I know that its goal was to focus on the people and their relationships with the zombie apocalypse as the backdrop, but they thought they were the first people to do that and they laid it on a bit thick in my opinion.


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I know that its goal was to focus on the people and their relationships with the zombie apocalypse as the backdrop, but they thought they were the first people to do that and they laid it on a bit thick in my opinion.


EXACTLY. Don't know if I am going to keep reading them. Probably. *laugh*

LA - The other titles I picked up are Annie Song, Only By Your Touch and Summer Breeze.


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