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    Re: What's everyone reading part 3

    "Fingerprints" by Barbara Delinsky

    I am not a fan of romance novels AT ALL, but I love Delinsky's style of writing so much that I've bought 8 of her books & I'm now on the 6th one. She is fabulous!

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    Re: What's everyone reading part 3

    I am currently reading....

    Let Freedom Ring by Sean Hannity

    Pretty good book too
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    Just received a copy of Imperial Hubris: Why the West Is Losing the War on Terror by Anonymous for review. I'm sure this book is going to create quite a bit of controversy...

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    I am actually reading two different books. Dean Koontz's "From the Corner of His Eye" and "Shadowfire." I have one on my nightstand here and another on the nightstand at my parents house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jillybean
    Dean Koontz's "From the Corner of His Eye"...
    Good book!

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    The Corrections by Jonathon Franzen
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    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I was a little bored yesterday thought i'd re-read it.
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    Just finished re-reading "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee, Siddartha, Steppenwolf, and Peter Camenzid by Herman Hesse.

    Finished The Bone People by Keri Hulme, Cannery Row (again) by Steinbeck, and am currently working on "Guts" by Chuck Palahniuk author of "Fight Club"....

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    re-reading The Forgotten Soldier by Guy Sajer. Harrowing but insightful
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    I'm reading "The Book of Lost Tales, Part One" by J.R.R. Tolkien.

    The book is the 1st of the series: The History of Middle-earth the books are really, really flucking hard to find.

    I. The Book of Lost Tales, Part One
    II. The Book of Lost Tales, Part Two
    III. The Lays of Beleriand
    IV. The Shaping of Middle-earth
    V. The Lost Road and Other Writings
    VI. The Return of the Shadows
    VII. The Treason of Isengard
    VIII. The War of the Ring
    IX. Sauron Defected
    X. Morgoth's Ring
    XI. The War of the Jewels
    XII. The Peoples of Middle-earth

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    Just picked up the hardcover of Janet Evanovich's latest Stephanie Plum novel, Ten Big Ones.

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    I've been re-reading one of my favorite books, The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy by Douglas Adams.
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    Citizen Soldiers by Stephen Ambrose (one of my favorite historians)

    For anyone interested in American history, I just finished Washington's Crossing by David Hackett Fischer, I highly recommend this one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nolanbuc
    Citizen Soldiers by Stephen Ambrose (one of my favorite historians)

    For anyone interested in American history, I just finished Washington's Crossing by David Hackett Fischer, I highly recommend this one!
    That is a very good book Nolan. Ambrose is one of my favorite authors. He will be missed.

    I am reading Shadow Divers by Robert Kurson. This is a great non-fiction book!

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    Just picked up Prey by Michael Crichton at the library yesterday, upon recommendation from a friend.

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    Just went back and started reading "A Prayer for Owen Meany" by John Irving. The adapted to that movie was called "Simon Birch". Basically did the movie about the first 5 chapters and disregarded the rest which was unfortunate.

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    Excellent book about going over and coming back in the culinary world !
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    Just received a copy of Erica Kennedy's debut novel for review, Bling. It's a sizzling hot roman a clef/parody of the entire hip/hop culture. So far, it's been fun reading and I think I've figured out which celebrities some of the characters in the novel are based upon.

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