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Thread: What are you reading? (continued)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haunted View Post
    Finished Mr. Slaughter by McCammon, left me breathless. I have The Providence Rider by McC in my TBR pile but also The Wolf Gift by A. Rice which I started but had to put aside and then I also have two by DelToro/Hogan but the library is bound to start calling soon so I think I'll just veg.
    Well, who was I kidding? I couldn't veg more than a day when my sister mentioned a book she was reading on her new-fangled Nook thingy titled Soulless by Gail Carriger A novel of vampires, werewolves and parasols, the first of three. MOST amusing. For example, a favorite drink of a main charcter is a Pink Slurp which is concocted by mixing champagne and blood. WHAT FUN!!
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    Starting The Stand tonight. Pretty excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marleyboy4945 View Post
    Starting The Stand tonight. Pretty excited.
    What a trip you have in store. Are you reading the unabridged version? I have read and re-read The Stand three times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinco12 View Post
    I'm reading For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway for an English Independent Study and I just finished The Great Gatsby for English 4. I will be starting on 11/22/63 on Sunday or Monday. (Gotta have something to read for school.) Has anybody read For Whom the Bell Tolls? I seriously hope that it gets better, but it's something I dread having to read every day.
    Try some of Daphne Du Maurier's short stories. She was the inspiration for The Birds, Don't Look Now and quite a few other movies.

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    Just started Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan.

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    Almost done reading Dragon Tears by Dean Koontz, and halfway through reading Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King, so I think I'll either read The Lost World by Micheal Crichton or Nightmare at 20,000 feet by Richard Matheson.

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    Finished Josie and Jack, started Redshirts by John Scalzi.

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    Kayla and the Devil by Bryan Smith

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    Finished The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry (really liked it) and The Apple (series of short stories as a sorta-sequel toThe Crimson Petal and the White--it was okay) last week. I've started The Thirteenth Tale and am liking it quite a bit.

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    rereading Afraid by Jack Kilborn. I know I read it before but lost that memory to the stroke (o well, I get to enjoy it all over again!) .Skeletal Dragon you are in good company with Creighton, Matheson and yes I'll say it Koontz. Koontz work imho is improving at a good steady rate. I was afraid he was in a dry spell, stuck in a rut but I'm glad he hung in there. I especially like his Odd Thomas line. With the fast pace he set I don't have time to think it over-its all I can do to keep up! lol

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