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    Insomnia re-read

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    Yep I did think it was abrupt. She was on her way to try and find her way home, and then she just falls asleep in Hannah's arms, and the fight was gone. She did bond pretty quickly with the grandfather, though, and that part rang true to me. I was most heartbroken for Lucy/Grace I think, because no one really told her anything, why she all of a sudden didn't have her parents anymore. Made me think of all of those stories about babies being switched at hospitals...how do you give up the child you have thought was yours and loved for a stranger? And how hard that is on the child, to have to try to get used to a whole new family?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milica View Post
    The Talisman
    My favorite of the SK masterpieces.

    -I just finished Mennonite in a Little Black Dress by Rhoda Janzen. It was absolutely hilarious. It may be initially a Chick Book, but I think guys would dig it, too. There's enough un-chick material, combined with humor, to interest a fellow.

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    I recomended Flights of love by Berhard Schlink

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    I'm reading three books right now: Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill, The Lost Cause by E.A Pollard (a Civil War book), and Different Seasons in french by your favorite author and mine. (Differentes Saisons) I'm always plodding through a SK novel in french-- it's a fun way to keep current in a foreign language that you might otherwise never have a chance to use. I'm not super-fluent and this means I read slower. I have to say, though, it makes the stories MUCH more suspenseful when you pay close attention to every word.

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    The Giver, by Lois Lowry. I think it's actually a book for kids, but it's a good story.

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    I am reading in these days "Three mistakes of life" this book so good every thing of life involved in this book.

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    Just finished The Last Werewolf by G Duncan (with a title containing "Werewolf", I never anticipated the amount of sex in it, interesting zig zags of personality formed from the English gentleman to the voracious Werewolf), and just starting State Of Fear by M Crichton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadamMack View Post
    I am reading David Copperfield and really loving it. Every now and again I love to read a classic.

    I really enjoyed David Copperfield. It's a real classic and I found myself laughing a lot.

    Now I'm reading Ashes by Scott Nicholson. It's a collection of short horror stories. This guy is real good. The flow of his work is very amazing. His writing is not tacky and pulls you into the tales just as Stephen does. I think I will become a fan of his. Very good writing.

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