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    Just started Tooth and Nail by Craig Dilouie. Told from POV of a soldier involved in the military response to a global pandemic with zombiesh symptoms. Very enjoyable.

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    Finished WTTK yesterday.Was going to start Skagboys by Irvine Welsh but my friend has asked me to read World War Z (an oral history of the zombie war) by 'Max Brooks.So that's what I'm going to do

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    Iam in the process of re-reading It. One of those books I learn more each time i read.

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    nd now my grandmother wants to borrow them from me. Yikes.....
    Your grandmother!?! Yikes is right, IMO.

    It's great to see you around again, Shasta.


    I'm just a few books away from finishing the Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher (well, what's done of it), and then I think I'm going to pick up Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell.
    I've been curious about Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell for several years now.. I'd love to hear your thoughts on it, once you're done..

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    Quote Originally Posted by randallFlaggfan1 View Post
    Your grandmother!?! Yikes is right, IMO.
    Just what I was thinking.

    I've been curious about Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell for several years now.. I'd love to hear your thoughts on it, once you're done..
    You got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todash View Post
    Just what I was thinking.

    You got it.
    Thank you kindly, Todash.

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    Just finished Island of Lost Girls by Jennifer McMahon, a really good, quick read with many twists and turns. I'd read another of hers, Promise Not to Tell, several years ago, and it was very good also. Now I'm reading a McMahon third, Dismantled.

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    War And Peace by Leo Tolstoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by champ1966 View Post
    Finished WTTK yesterday.Was going to start Skagboys by Irvine Welsh but my friend has asked me to read World War Z (an oral history of the zombie war) by 'Max Brooks.So that's what I'm going to do
    WWZ was boring, not at all what I expected from the reviews. Just my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randallFlaggfan1 View Post
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    Your grandmother!?! Yikes is right, IMO.

    It's great to see you around again, Shasta.




    I've been curious about Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell for several years now.. I'd love to hear your thoughts on it, once you're done..
    I know you didn't ask me, but I couldn't read past the first 100 pages or so (Strange & Norrell). Just wasn't my cup o' tea.

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