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Thread: What are you reading? (continued)

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    Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill. Boy am I glad I didn't just donate that box of books Rachel gave me the other day to the library before I looked in it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shasta View Post
    But the big question is, were there golden retrievers AND aliens?

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    IT.

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    Just finished reading The Traveling Vampire Show by Richard Laymon and The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum. Moving on now to "Dominion" by Bentley Little. Hoping it is at least somewhat better than The Summoning.

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    DT VII... Dammit all, this book is emotional!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AchtungBaby View Post
    DT VII... Dammit all, this book is emotional!
    I agree. I also think each copy should come with a box of Kleenex!!

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    Found a really nice hardback copy of The Great Train Robbery by Michael Crichton at a thrift store today. Already into it for 40 or so pages! Read it when I was a wee lad at the age of 15 or so. It will be interesting to see if it still holds the charm that it did the first time I read it. It's sad that he has passed away, he could definately tell a good story!

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    I'm reading The Bullied Series Box Set [Kindle Edition] by:Christopher Smith

    I got this free a few months back and I must say I'm really enjoying this.

    STEPHEN KING ON CHRISTOPHER SMITH:

    "Put me down as an enthusiastic Christopher Smith fan. ...Smith is a cultural genius." --STEPHEN KING

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    I've been going through a rough time, and my dad knows it.
    He and I prowled an antique mall together recently, and he found and bought for me a pristine hardback copy of The Land of Oz. He knows I have a huge soft spot for The Wizard Thereof, and I've been reading it before I go to sleep at night. I've been charmed and delighted with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily Sawyer View Post
    I've been going through a rough time, and my dad knows it.
    He and I prowled an antique mall together recently, and he found and bought for me a pristine hardback copy of The Land of Oz. He knows I have a huge soft spot for The Wizard Thereof, and I've been reading it before I go to sleep at night. I've been charmed and delighted with it.
    So sorry things are rough for you. Hoping you find better times around the bend.

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