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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    I just started listening to "A Cook's Tour" by Anthony Bordaine. It's good so far.
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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    my sis just got me a book yesterday....

    "what it's like to be a longhorn"---darrell royal & mack brown---
    it lists every decade and names the top players and their stories on how they came to the university and what it means to them---awesome book.

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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    I just finished a few books on vacation.

    21 - Bringing Down The House

    This was great, I couldn't put it down!

    Sam's Letters To Jennifer - James Patterson

    I was kind of disappointed in this book. It was mildly entertaining but I felt the prose was weak and some of the dialogue was very unrealistic.

    Vanishing Acts - Jodi Picoult

    Excellent book and storyline, highly recommend!
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    A Creed for the Third Millennium by Collenn McCullough
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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    I'm reading Goodnight Nobody by Jennifer Weiner right now, kind of a chick lit book with a sarcastic sense of humor which I like.

    My boyfriend and I started a book club where we recommend books to each other, so his pick for me to read is Angels and Demons by Dan Brown. Anyone read it or have any opinions on it? (don't give it away though)
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    Watermark: The Disaster That Changed the World & Humanity 12,000 Years Ago by Joseph Christy-Vitale.
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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    Reading Richard Dawkin's "The God Delusion". Wanted to see what all the fuss was about.

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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    Just finished

    Nikki Sixx - Heroin Diaries

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    Nicholas Sparks - Dear John

    These books could not be more different obviously, but both were amazing.
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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    I'm currently listening to "Barrel Fever and Other Stories" by David Sedaris. The audio book is read by both David and his sister, Amy. So far, it's hysterical.
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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    I'm re-reading Michael Crichton's techno/geo-political thriller State of Fear...
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    Just finished Last Call at Elaine's by Brian McDonald. A bartender's story of his experience with alcohol addiction while working at a bar. VERY good and well written.

    Now reading Digital Fortress by Dan Brown (author of Da Vinci Code)...I literally can not put it down!
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    I played my music way too loud
    - Bon Jovi, "Blame It On The Love Of Rock 'N Roll"

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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    I'm about half way thru Jack Kerouac's On The Road. It is a good story but soooo sloooooooow.

    Last read Chuck Pahlniuk's Rant... pretty good, he's prolly my favorite author but this one wasn't as dope as some of his other stuff.

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    Just finished Slash's autobiography. Definitely one of the best rock star bios I have ever read and worth a read!
    Always an 80's girl! // I Sold My Soul To Rock 'N Roll // Don't Let Real Rock Die
    Stalkee of Ted Nugent!
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    If wantin' the good life is such a crime...Lord, then put me away!
    - Poison, "Nothing But A Good Time"
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    My teachers didn't like me
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    I played my music way too loud
    - Bon Jovi, "Blame It On The Love Of Rock 'N Roll"

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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    Twilight By Stephanie Meyer. I seriously can't put this down.

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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    Quote Originally Posted by fungirl3 View Post
    Twilight By Stephanie Meyer. I seriously can't put this down.
    Yeah, they're fantastic beach reading! Except you keep thinking "Eeew, too much sun!" and wishing you were in Seattle

    I read New Moon a couple months ago, and I'm on the library waiting list for the other hardcovers. (Eclipse & Breaking Dawn)

    Just finished:

    Shopaholic & Sister : Sophie Kinsella
    Vacation reading & this one was a little more serious than the others. I am slightly ashamed to admit I actually cried, hehe.

    Reread:
    A Song of Ice & Fire series by George R.R. Martin

    Next on my list:

    Tales of the Otori: Lian Hearn
    Four-book fantasy series/alternate history of Japan with samurai, etc. Chris loved them and has been trying to push them on me for years. Finally giving in.
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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    I just finished New Moon yesterday and went out and bought Eclipse today... I think I may have a small addiction to young adult vampire fiction!

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    Re: What's everyone reading part 5

    I am currently reading Lords Of Chaos by Michael Moynihan and Didrik Soderlind. It is all about the history of Satanic Black Metal. Based around the underground scene in Norway, it documents the history, the impact of church burnings, suicide and murders within the culture. It is quite a disturbing book, and not reccomended for anyone under 18.
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    The God Project by John Saul
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    I just finished reading Dennis Lehane's amazing new novel, The Given Day. He is the author of Mystic River and Gone, Baby, Gone, and although this book is also set in his native Boston, it is a historical account of the civil unrest and turmoil that took place during the time of the Spanish Influenza pandemic and World War I in 1919. His best novel to date, and that is saying something!

    http://www.amazon.com/Given-Day-Nove...4323950&sr=1-1
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