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Old 05-15-2007, 07:29 AM   #161
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Undomestic Goddess is a great book - most of my friends have read it and we all love it!
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I obviously need to read more in hope of increasing my vocabulary! We have some well read persons on this thread!

My most recent reads have been:

Light on Snow- Anita Shreive. If you pick this one up, be prepared to stay up late. You start reading it and stop to check, "Am I in the first chapter!?", and yes, you are. It's a gooder. About a baby left in the snow.

What's So Amazing About Grace?- Philip Yancey. I am on the last chapter of this book and it has been a slower but increadable journey. It has changed how I dispence grace and challenged my heart. I have learned SO much from this book about christianity. Really. Get a copy.

A Chalotte Mason Companion- Karen Andreola. Any homeschooler's out there? I am slugging through this big book. It's one that you have to read a few chapters at a time because there IS so many things to think about from it. I am really enjoying it though. I am interested in the Charlotte Mason Method and would love to hear from anyone who has read her Original Homeschooling Series.
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The Undomestic Goddess is by Sophie Kinsella.

Thank you, I'm going book hunting on Saturday I'll keep an eye out for it
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I'm reading a book by Dick Frances, but can't think of the title. ARGH! lol I love his books, great mysteries!
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I just finished Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult and it was excellent!
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OK, have the book in front of me, it's Smokescreen by Dick Francis.
"Edward Lincoln may be a worldwide superstar who plays daring detectives on the big screen, but in reality he's just an ordinary man. Unfortunately, his ailing friend doesn't seem to think so - and now he's come to south Africa to investigate who's been tampering with her racehorses. But it isn't long before he realizes he must go face-to-face with a killer - and give the performance of his life to save his life..."
It's really good so far; I love his books. A teacher in the 8th grade introduced me to his books, as well as M.M. Kaye. (Love her books too!)
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Alcesalces - Sorry just had to ask what is your Avatar? I'm intrigued.
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I believe Alcesalces' avatar is a Moose.
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I just finished the Mermaid Chair and now reading The Mercy of Thin Air. Both are very good.
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Recently finished THE HAUNTING by Hope Tarr and am now reading WE ARE ALL WELCOME HERE by Elizabeth Berg. I like to change it up a bit every now and then.


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Undomestic Goddess is a great book - most of my friends have read it and we all love it!
If you like this book you need to read her other book "Can You Keep a Secret" that book was good too.
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I'm reading The Husband by Dean Koontz
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[QUOTE=navybrat75]I believe Alcesalces' avatar is a Moose.[/QUOTE#

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I am reading the Memory Keeper's Daughter. I thought it was going to excellent, but it is really difficult.

Am glad to hear that Jodi Picoult's new book is good cuz the last one wasn't so good.
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Reading Children of Hurin by Tolkein for the SCS book club.
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Me too!

I'm also listening to the audio version of JD Robb's Innocent in Death (don't know if this counts, but it's very good). I would rather read (or stamp) than do nearly anything, but it's hard to get anything done when I'm reading, so I started putting audiobooks on my Ipod so I can listen and still work/wash/launder/etc. I'm amazed at how much more I can get done while still soothing that itch to pick up a book.
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I'm also listening to the audio version of JD Robb's Innocent in Death (don't know if this counts, but it's very good). I would rather read (or stamp) than do nearly anything, but it's hard to get anything done when I'm reading, so I started putting audiobooks on my Ipod so I can listen and still work/wash/launder/etc. I'm amazed at how much more I can get done while still soothing that itch to pick up a book.
I sometimes listen to audio books while I clean, but I never thought to put them on when I stamp. What a great idea.
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Listening to "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" by Mohsin Hamid. There are four CD's and I am about half-way done with the 2nd CD. It can seem a bit slow in parts, but definately a good read/listen.
I also just started "The Total Money Makeover" by Dave Ramsey. So far, so good, but oh so challenging.
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So give us the gist of this one . . . does he have anything new or different to say? What do you find the biggest challenge? Do you think this is a helpful book?

There's a show running on TV now (can't think of the network) where a financial expert comes in and makes over a family's financial life. It's so interesting. This one couple was spending $6,000 a month more than they made. I can't even imagine. Just the thought of that stresses me out.
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I was in a book store yesterday and I had a weak moment and bought the new Ian McEwan, On Chesil Beach. I try not to buy hardcovers, but this one was calling my name, and it was on sale too. So far it's pretty good.
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I read Momzilla's today. Very good read!! There are definitely Momzilla's everywhere, not just NYC!
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I am reading "Blackbird", "The Case for Christ", "Mindset" and "Prodigal Summer". I have to a have a book with me in the car, on my desk at work, by the bed, and one in my bag.
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Started and finished "An Inconvenient Truth" by Al Gore yesterday. Not sure what I'll start tonight!!!!

The book was excellent, btw.
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I just finished "In Our Hearts We Were Giants". It was very interesting and I read it in 24 hours because I was mesmerized. It's about the Ovitz family, seven of them dwarfs, and how being a dwarf saved them from dying in the Holocaust at Auschwitz. Dr. Mengele had special plans for them and did experiments on them. It wasn't very graphic and was done very tastefully. This is a non-fiction book.
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I just finished "The Ruins" by Scott Smith. If you enjoy horror you'll like this story. I love the horror genre - does anyone have any good suggestions? And no, I'm not a dark person, I just love to read dark tales! LOL!
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I just finished "The Ruins" by Scott Smith. If you enjoy horror you'll like this story. I love the horror genre - does anyone have any good suggestions? And no, I'm not a dark person, I just love to read dark tales! LOL!
I also love horror! Have you tried the "Hannibal" books by Thomas Harris (Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal, Red Dragon, Hannibal Rising)? I have seen the movies and they were gruesome but the books were unbelievable. Much much better to read than watch this story. If you haven't tried them, I encourage you to give them a shot.
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Oh, have you tried "Heart Shaped Box" by Joe Hill? I just found out that Mr. Hill is actually Stephen King's son, so I might give this one a shot to see if he's as good as his dad....
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So give us the gist of this one . . . does he have anything new or different to say? What do you find the biggest challenge? Do you think this is a helpful book?

There's a show running on TV now (can't think of the network) where a financial expert comes in and makes over a family's financial life. It's so interesting. This one couple was spending $6,000 a month more than they made. I can't even imagine. Just the thought of that stresses me out.
He challenges people to be "debt-free" and that can include or not include a mortgage. Also, his big mantra is "Live like no one else so later you can live like no one else." He also emphasizes that in order get out and stay out of debt you have to change your heart/emotions/habits or you'll get right back into the same dumb spot you were. I don't think it's magic, but just straight forward common sense- Spend less than you earn. He also abhors (to put it lightly) the use of credit cards. Check out his website: www.daveramsey.com They had a special on his book and some package deals, but it might be in your library as well.
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Oh, have you tried "Heart Shaped Box" by Joe Hill? I just found out that Mr. Hill is actually Stephen King's son, so I might give this one a shot to see if he's as good as his dad....
Stef, thanks for your suggestions. I already wrote down the info on the Hill book, I will definitely check it out. I like Stephen King and will be interested to see what his son does. Have you read Rose Madder? It's one of the few more recent books of King's that I really enjoyed. I think he's gotten a bit strange (as if he could get stranger) in recent years.

Yup, I've read the Harris books too. And I agree that they were better than the movies, but I gotta say that a couple of the scenes in them totally grossed me out. I can never look at pigs the same way again....LOL!
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I can never look at pigs the same way again....LOL!
You too!? *shudder* I'm glad I'm not the only one!

I have nearly all of Stephen King's books (a membership to his monthly bookclub was an off-the-wall gift from a grandmother once upon a time) and I agree his style seems to vary from year to year (or decade to decade, perhaps). I do admire his ability to take ordinary items/situations and represent them in a sinister way, which I wouldn't normally think of. For example, the phones in "Cell" made me realize just how dependent we are on those types of technology (and how scary it would be if something like that was really possible).

Please let me know what you think of his son's book, if you get to it before I do...
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Will do! As soon as I'm done reading the Crystal Singer series by Anne McCaffrey, I'll look for "Heart Shaped Box".
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Currently reading Edge of Evil by J.A. Jance. She is one of my favorite authors. I recently met her at a book signing. Any Jance fans?
Yes, I like her books as well! Great reads, and JP is one of my favorite characters! I'm a mystery fan, but love to read all kinds of books. I think I'll start Alilbi Man today!
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I just finished "In Our Hearts We Were Giants". It was very interesting and I read it in 24 hours because I was mesmerized. It's about the Ovitz family, seven of them dwarfs, and how being a dwarf saved them from dying in the Holocaust at Auschwitz. Dr. Mengele had special plans for them and did experiments on them. It wasn't very graphic and was done very tastefully. This is a non-fiction book.
Sounds like a very interesting book, I'll have to see if I can order that one. I don't suppose you know who published it? Thanks in advance.
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Have you tried any of the John Saul books?
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Geeze, I'm glad I ventured out of the stamping threads, these book ones are too fun!! I just finished "Little Earthquakes" by Jennifer Weiner. Right before that I read "The Husband" by Koontz, and "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy. "Little Earthquakes" was a lighthearted and fun read. Just what you need after Koontz and McCarthy, lol!
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