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Old 06-13-2008, 08:04 PM   #601
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I FINALLY finished "The Glass Castle"

I liked it, but hard to get into.

I think that I will pick up number 12 of the Janet Evonavich series are start that tonight- I just want a light FUNNY read...
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I FINALLY finished "The Glass Castle"

I liked it, but hard to get into.

I think that I will pick up number 12 of the Janet Evonavich series are start that tonight- I just want a light FUNNY read...
I should clarify:

she def. had an intersting childhood and I was glad to see that she was able to come out of that but read slow.

Don't know maybe it's just me and I like that more fast reads. It took me three weeks to finish this one.
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The Falcon in the Portal by Elizabeth Peters

I finally have all the books in the series so i'm reading them in order.
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I've just started The Bonesetter's Daughter by Amy Tan. This is for my book club. I recently read Sense & Sensibility by Jane Austen. I always have a stack of books that are waiting to be read so who knows what will be next.
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Just finished "The Host" by Stephenie Meyer. Anyone else want to share their opinion? I wasn't crazy about it, but somehow I got sucked in and finished it (all 500+ pages!) in a couple of days. An interesting story with a bit of a moral message, but for some reason I didn't really care about any of the characters. I'm curious what other readers think.
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Just finished Janet Evonavich's #12 in the Stephanie Plum series. I laughed and had tears in many parts...

Not sure what's going to be next. Gotta dig through my drawer and see what get's my attention.
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Fearless Fourteen was released today. I pre ordered it and it should be here by the first of the week. I'm half way through Barbara Walter's book. School is over on Friday, then I can read a lot more.
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Yep, I've already read "Snow and Ashes." I've read some of the excerpts on her site, too.
I am in *no* way flaming (especially since I'm kind of crashing the party here), but I am floored that you got through Snow and Ashes. I ended up returning it to the library before I was done
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I just finished "Strangers In Death" by J.D. Robb.....one of my favorite authors. I've read the whole series so far (I think it's 25 or 26 books now!)
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I just finished "Lottery" by Patricia Wood, GREAT book, I loved it.
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I decided on the "kite runner by khaled hosseini".

Started it last night. I've never read anything war before so it should be interesting for me.
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I decided on the "kite runner by khaled hosseini".

Started it last night. I've never read anything war before so it should be interesting for me.
Oh, I loved that book. My whole book club enjoyed it, which is saying a lot because we usually have at least one person who hated the book as we have very different tastes. However, we have agreed that our discussions would be quite boring if we all loved every book!
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"The Art of Racing in the Rain" by Garth Stein.
Told from the perspective of a dog.
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I'm rereading the Harry Potter series...on Order of the Phoenix right now. I think this is easily the 10th time I've read this series.
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Finished THE ART OF MENDING by Elizabeth Berg and C.J.'S FATE by Kay Hooper. Now I've picked up an anthology, THE POWER OF LOVE, which features short stories by a dozen different authors, including Lori Foster, Lucy Monroe, Toni Blake, Erin McCarthy, and LuAnn McLane. Proceeds from this book benefit the Battered Women's Shelter of Cincinnati. (You can read more about it on my blog--link below.)

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The Godmother by Carrie Adams was such a good read, I couln't put it down. I finished it in two days! I highly recommend it. I checked it out from the library.
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I am reading "The Favored Child" by Philippa Gregory. She wrote The Other Boleyn Girl. Both are really good books, I have enjoyed reading Philippa so much I haven't been able to read anything else lately, including my school books .
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I just finished reading Same Kind of Different as Me and it was wonderful

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I'm reading The Last Lecture, by Randy Pausch....excellent book
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I have this on my desk to read next
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I recently read The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini -- I liked it better than A Thousand Splendid Suns, which is also good. I also recently read Twilight and finished New Moon today by Stephanie Meyer -- I enjoyed them and plan on reading Eclipse soon, but must confess I'm not quite sure what special qualities have made it such a hit. Oh I also read Change of Heart by Jodi Picoult -- can you tell I was on a relaxaing vacation the past couple of weeks?
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I've just finished reading The Children of Hurin by JRR Tolkein. It was set before the times of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. If you like Tolkein's style of writing then this is a good book to read with a Romeo and Juliet style ending.

Am now about to start Even Vampires Have The Blues by Katie Macalister.

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I bought Running with Scissors.....anyone read that??
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I read it a few weeks ago. It's interesting and I added it to my queue for Netflix.

I would like to see how Hollywood portray's the book.
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I just finished reading "Chasing Harry Winston" (Devil Wears Prada author), "The Art of Racing in the Rain" (great dog book!) and am now reading the novel "Beginner's Greek" by James Collins.
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Just finished "The Pact" by Jodi Picoult...wow...I said I just couldn't read it...but gave in and still leaves me speechless...amazing story...lots of thinking about everyday life.

Also read "Remember Me" by Sophie Kinsella...interesting story...again, keeps the mind going.

Finished another Karen Kingsbury "S" series..."Summer" about the Baxter Family. Again, another good read but you really have to read the whole series.

I rarely get the chance to read but have been on some business trips so it's great for passing the time on the train or plane...can't wait for the next one!

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I just found this thread!

Books I've read lately...
- Anything by Nora Roberts!
- The Kite Runner - loved it!!
- Water for Elephants - absolutely amazing, the old guy reminded me so much of my grandpa
- Thousand Splendid Suns - it was good, dragged on a bit, The Kite Runner was better.
- Running with Scissors - too bizarre for me

I can't wait to start My Sister's Keeper!
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My book club is reading The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver. I haven't started it yet. I'm almost finished with The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Last winter I started reading the whole Narnia series before Prince Caspian came out. I'm hoping to finish the last 2 this summer.
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Books I've read lately...
- Anything by Nora Roberts!
- The Kite Runner - loved it!!
- Water for Elephants - absolutely amazing, the old guy reminded me so much of my grandpa
- Thousand Splendid Suns - it was good, dragged on a bit, The Kite Runner was better.
- Running with Scissors - too bizarre for me

I can't wait to start My Sister's Keeper!
Oh I read My Sister's Keeper a few months ago and am still in awwwwww about it. WOW...great book...amazing story! Enjoy.
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I was reading "The Last Summer of You and Me" by Ann Brashares, but I finished today-great book that is similar to her others books from the Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants series.

I am now reading (for school) "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley-I can tell this is going to be a long time reader-I'm stuck on page 2-very hard reader..well for a 16 yo called Tegan anyway haha

I'd love to hear what other books are popular amongst other crafty teenagers
I've got "Devil Wears Prada" lined up as my next read too.
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i just finished two by jan karon: in this mountain and light from heaven. i love her mitford books! they are so life-affirming! i'm in the middle of mere christianity by c.s. lewis which i started b/c the great divorce was so good. next on my list is do hard things by the harris boys and cry, the beloved country just b/c i never have and really should.
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I had to put down "the kite runner" it's been sitting on my night stand for 2 weeks now and I think that I've picked it up about 6 times. Just not what I want to read right now.

So I went to Target and got a couple new ones... "the other Boylen girl" (don't remember the author) and "Pretty Fat" by Jen Lancaster.

Jen has got to be one of the funniest memoir writers out there. She also wrote "Bitter is the New Black" and "Bright Lights, Big ***"

Her "Pretty Fat" book is about how she is struggling to lose weight for health reasons. "Bitter is the new black" is about how she went from making 6 figures to almost being evitced from a "ghetto" apartment in NY.

Not sure what the other one is about but I was told by my SIL who I introduced "Bitter is the new Black" to, is just as hilarous as the first. "Pretty Fat" is ranking up there too.

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I am reading James Freys new book Bright Shiny Morning and it is very good. I do like his books.
Jodi Picoults new book Change of Heart is great. Its almost up there with My Sisters Keeper.
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Jodi Picoults new book Change of Heart is great. Its almost up there with My Sisters Keeper.
I just got Change of Heart...haven't read it yet...let a friend borrow it. I really liked My Sisters Keeper...amazing story.

If you liked these...you'll love The Pact...have you read it yet? Go for it...still am in awwwwww over it.
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I just finished The Last Oracle by James Rollins, it was fantastic as are the rest of his. I am in awe of his ability to take true historical/scientific/biological/etc FACTS and weave these great fictional stories around them. At the end, he goes through the different ideas in the book and tells you which are true and which he elaborated on, for the sake of storytelling. It amazes me that the ones that seem so wild and impossible are the ones that are TRUE. Amazing. Again, I highly recommed his stories. In fact, i'm thinking of purchasing the ones I borrowed from the library, just to have in my personal collection because they are worth reading again and again.
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I finally finished the Harry Potter series (again). Now I'm off to read Stephanie Meyer's series (again)...I can't wait til the new book - August 2!!!
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I'm reading Twilight now. I just finished Temptations, really old smutty romance novel. It's an easy read and kind of mind numbing so I read it when I just want to get away.

I also just read The little chapel by the river - Gwendolyn Bounds. Loved this book. I have my whole office reading it for next months book club.
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I just finished Blue Heaven by C.J. Box. 2 kids witness a murder, the murderers see the kids and chase them in the woods. come to find out the murderers are retired police officers. So the kids don't know who to trust. It was really good, I couldn't put it down. If you like suspense I think you will really like this one.
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So far this month I have read the following:

CRAVINGS (4-in-1 anthology) by Laurell K. Hamilton, MaryJanice Davidson, Eileen Wilks and Rebecca York. Didn't care for the Hamilton (have never read her Anita Blake series, and therefore felt completely lost) and the Wilks was okay, but absolutely loved the Davidson and York.

NO ORIDINARY MAN by Suzanne Brockmann (A reissue of an early Harl. Intrigue.)

TWILIGHT by Stephanie Meyer (A new-to-me book and author; must track down next in series. PLEASE--no spoilers!)

KILLER IN HIGH HEELS by Gemma Halliday (Chick lit murder mystery--absolutely hilarious!)


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