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Old 07-23-2007, 05:34 AM   #241
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I'm reading Middlesex. So far, very interesting.
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Someone gave me the idea of reading the entire JD Robb series through in order. So, I am! I finished Vengeance tonight (#5 or 6).
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I read 'Oryx and Crake', forget the author, she did 'handmaiden's tale' , oh poo. Well, the read HP 'the deathly Hallows", in 8 hours mind you, now I am on an oldtime favorite, "To Kill A Mockingbird", one of my stand bys for when I can't think of what to read. I need ideas.
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Flabbergasted- By Ray Blackston. It is kinda slow for me.
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I just got Janet Evanovich's latest Lean Mean 13. I love this series, because it's such a great escape for me. Stephanie Plum is a real character!
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Recently finished a pair by Kay Hooper: Once a Thief and Always a Thief. I fell in love with Quinn, but now I can't wait until that third "thief" book is out, which apparently may be far too long. Torture at it's worst!

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I'm reading "Icy Sparks" by Gwyn Hyman Rubio... I started reading Oprah's book club books a few years back so I try to throw one into the mix after I read a few of my favorite chick lit books. And my sister (known here as sammammishcert) tries to get me to read some of her type of books once in awhile too. I saw that back in Feb she posted here about Christopher Moore... she gave me a couple of his books for my b-day last year. I have to agree, he is pretty funny! I read Lamb and really did laugh out loud a few times!
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Ever since I started taking Ritalin, I have been a reading maniac!!!! It's amazing how I can actually keep focus while reading. I read two books last week:

Water For Elephants by Sara Gruen: This book was AWESOME! It is a love story embedded in the circus culture. You can definitely tell that the author did a lot of research and it's very authentic. I didn't want this book to end and I didn't want to do any housework because I wanted to READ!!!

I Capture The Castle by Dodie Smith: I think someone on this thread (way back) read this book and I wrote it down. It was marvelous. It's set in England and is about a offbeat, bohemian family living in a decrepit castle. It takes place in the the 1930s, I think, and is mesmerizing. If you like Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, then you will LOVE this book. It was very easy to read, too.
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I just finished Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer this afternoon. It's book 3 in the Twilight series. It's kinda a modern day Romeo & Juliet involving a human, a vampire and a werewolf. Quick and easy read, yet very well written.
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Vanessa, even though you posted this 6 months ago, this books needs to be noted. I purchased it from a "favorite read list" and borrowed it to two family members and it is a very good reading, true story. Carolyn in MN



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I just finished Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer this afternoon. It's book 3 in the Twilight series. It's kinda a modern day Romeo & Juliet involving a human, a vampire and a werewolf. Quick and easy read, yet very well written.
This series sounds really good to me. I'm a sucker for anything other-worldly!

I've been hooked on author Tess Gerritsen lately. She wrote a whole series of murder mysteries involving a female homicide detective and coroner. I've read a few of them, totally out of order, but they're good. Pure escapism.
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I've been hooked on author Tess Gerritsen lately. She wrote a whole series of murder mysteries involving a female homicide detective and coroner. I've read a few of them, totally out of order, but they're good. Pure escapism.
Ooh, that sounds fun! I'll have to check those out. As for the Twilight series, the books are Twilight, New Moon & Eclipse. Beware, they're addicting and highly romantic! (I even had a few fleeting moments of "Oh I WISH I was Bella right now!!!")
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I f anyone is looking for a totally awesome read try

The Book Theif by Markus Zusak

My top 5 all time books have been stable for many years. This one bumped one of them down.
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Ooh, that sounds fun! I'll have to check those out. As for the Twilight series, the books are Twilight, New Moon & Eclipse. Beware, they're addicting and highly romantic! (I even had a few fleeting moments of "Oh I WISH I was Bella right now!!!")
I'm writing these titles down so I can see if my library has them. I'll post if I read them!
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Just finished Why The Sky Is Blue by Susan Meissner. It was excellent and it tore at my heartstrings. I was enthralled by this book and couldn't put it down.
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I recently finished The Devil Came on Horseback, about the genocide in Darfur. I cried a bucket.
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That was supposed to read a bucket full of tears. That's an exaggeration, of course, but I sobbed.
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Vanessa, even though you posted this 6 months ago, this books needs to be noted. I purchased it from a "favorite read list" and borrowed it to two family members and it is a very good reading, true story. Carolyn in MN


I also just finished this book today. I thought it was a great book and would recommend to anyone!!
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I also just finished this book today. I thought it was a great book and would recommend to anyone!!

*puts The Glass Castle on my Summer reading list*

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I'm reading "The Girls" by Lori Lansens, I'm a little more than halfway through. It is an excellent book.
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I also just finished this book today. I thought it was a great book and would recommend to anyone!!
Yes, it's a great book isn't it!

The author, Jeanette Walls, was on Oprah a couple of weeks ago. Even though it was a repeat I was glad to see it again.
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Just started reading Sisters by Danielle Steel.

I'm not usually a D.Steel fan but I've heard from various people it is really good. So far it's good, but I'm jealous because I always wanted just 1 sister & this is about 4 sisters.
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I just finished "Dear John" by Nicholas Sparks. I love his books.

I'm currently reading "Lisey's Story" by Stephen King. I've read all of his books - I believe. This one is very good so far.
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I tried that one too. Lost it somewhere and don't really care. I hate it when that happens because I love books.
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I love the JD Robb books, have read them all and anxiously wait for my ligbrary to get the next one in...I do believe the next one out is number 11
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Just ran across this thread-
Love -Janet Evanovich-just fun and light! I laugh out loud when I read these.
James Patterson
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P.J. Tracy (a Mother and Daughter team)
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Love when I can't put the book down-but hate for it to ened!
I guess I like the supsense/murder/mystery type books.
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I, too, just found this thread! I see lots of my favs on here, like
Janet Evanovich, James Patterson, Nora Roberts, and JK Rowling. Don't know what I am gonna do w/o Harry any more. I just finished Water for Elephants by Sue Guen (sp.?). Also, Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko. Both of these were for Book clubs, but turned out to be good reads.

Some many books, so little time!!
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Love -Janet Evanovich-just fun and light! I laugh out loud when I read these.
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Love when I can't put the book down-but hate for it to ened!
I guess I like the supsense/murder/mystery type books.
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Have you ever tried Lisa Gardner? I just finished three of her books: Alone, Hide and Gone. VERY good. I learned the hard way, though, that Alone and Hide go together (in that order) and I accidentally read them in backwards order. It didn't matter much, both books are good enough to stand on their own.
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Just finished Lord Foulgrins Letters and started reading The Ishbane Conspiracy both written by Randy Alcorn - they are Christian books about the devil and his armys "plot" to overthrow God by taking humans to hell by leading us to sin. These are great "reality check" books. If you want a good book that will make you think...I'd recommend picking up a copy of these and any other Randy Alcorn books out there.
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Well I recently finished the Harry Potter series... While I was waiting for HP #7 I read the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series by Laurell K Hamilton... they are awesome.... Then after i finished that series I started the Dark Hunter/Dreamhunter/Werehunter series by Sherrilyn kenyon... they are all good too. I am now reading A Caress of Twilight- the Meredith Gentry series by Laurell K Hamilton... in this book Merry is a faerie in hiding... heard it was really awesome and if its anything like the anita blake series it will be awesome. I am also a Stephen King fan and recently bought Cell... Am going to read it next I think. I also finished the Left behind series up to Kingdom Come which is the last in the series. I haven't read it yet but it is on my list of books too. I also have Summer Sisters by Judy Blume... she was one of my all time fav authors as a young girl and teen... so I will hopefully get around to reading that too... but the next book i am buying to read is Devil May Cry by Sherrilyn Kenyon... its the newest in the darkhunter series.... thanks for all the great ideas for books to read....
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I'm currently reading "Lisey's Story" by Stephen King. I've read all of his books - I believe. This one is very good so far.
Oooh, you should try out Rose Madder too. I actually preferred it to Lisey's Story.
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I've never been very keen on chick lit, but recently finished SPYING IN HIGH HEELS by Gemma Halliday and, I must confess, absolutely loved it. It's a chick lit murder mystery currently being produced as a new series on USA and I enjoyed it enough that I'm now in search of the second book, KILLER IN HIGH HEELS -- and a third book in the series, UNDERCOVER IN HIGH HEELS, is out now.

Now it's on to the stack of Kay Hoopers a friend just loaned me. There are enough (nine or ten) to carry me into October.


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I have just started Moveable Thirst. Its a tour through the Napa Valley and all the winerys. So Far So GOOD!!! It's fun to read about some of the places I have actually been!!! I plan I getting a couple for Christmas presents, for my girlfriends and fellow winos!!
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Stef-thanks I will check them out! Always love finding new authors.

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I'm reading Ishmael by Daniel Quinn (required reading for a course). It's a quick read and an interesting little book that's been around for a while. It did require me to "play along" for a bit before I saw the value in where it's headed. I'm only about 1/2 way through and it has pulled me in at this point.
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I just started 'The Other Boleyn Girl' So far I'm enjoying it. Wish I had more time to read. Right now it is while I wait for the kids at their school or activities.
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Just finished Kay Hooper's STEALING SHADOWS last night am on to the nexy book in the series, HIDING IN THE SHADOWS.


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Ooh, that sounds fun! I'll have to check those out. As for the Twilight series, the books are Twilight, New Moon & Eclipse. Beware, they're addicting and highly romantic! (I even had a few fleeting moments of "Oh I WISH I was Bella right now!!!")
Well, I just finished Twilight and you were so right. Excellent story! Apparently this series is super popular - I hadn't realized that. I was a bit hesitant when I realized this was a young adult book, but it definitely lived up to the hype. I'll be finishing out the series now! (Like I should care it's young adult - I'm a diehard HP fan lol!)
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... but the next book i am buying to read is Devil May Cry by Sherrilyn Kenyon... its the newest in the darkhunter series
I read this book about a month or so ago and couldn't put it down until I finished it. There's so much more new stuff revealed in it that I didn't possibly even think about. You'll love it if you liked the other books in the series.

I'm currently reading Dark Magic by Christine Feehan - a vampire-esque romance novel.

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I've just started The Spooks Battle by Joseph Delaney and have only just finished, My Life on a Hillside Allotment by Terry Walton, an extremely good read.

I'm also really excited as I have just booked tickets to meet Darren Shan in a couple of weeks, can't wait.
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