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    Quote Originally Posted by MadamMack View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haunted View Post
    I am starting The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe. Will and his mother started this book club when she was going through chemo. He would sit with her during her treatments. I have already started a list of my own from the book.
    'Bout half way through this book (making cookies and candies taking up my reading time) and I HIGHLY recommend it to any one who loves books and loves to read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadamMack View Post
    Very good!!!! I tried to read A Dark Matter and just couldn't. I tried three times and I just did not like the flow at all.
    Got to admit Straub is a lot harder to read than King.I remember thinking for the 1st third of the book "what the hell is going on".It was a good read in the end.I very rarely give up on a book once I've got more than 10 pages in.I'm always hoping to find a connection to SK's books but alas I haven't noticed any since "Bango Skanks" in Houses Without Doors

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    Been reading Robert McCammon's They Thirst but while I was reading it I happened to pick up The Wind Through the Keyhole in paperback and decided switch over and finish it first. It took about 4 days in all to read TWTTK and now I'm back on track with They Thirst. Next I think will be either Dean Koontz's 77 Shadow Street, S.M. Peters Whitechapel Gods, or Dan Simmons' A Winter Haunting.

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    Finally finished the re-read of IT, long, but satisfying and moving. Starting Ghost Road Blues this week, by Jonathan Maberry.

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    I am reading Orca Books. These books are a quick read and are teen books. There are alot of these books. Check these books out. I would say these books are for 12 yrs old and up. The library has a whole section of them.If not,they could order them for you .

    dejolane

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    The Gandy Dancer by Jeff Andrews, it's a pretty good read.

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    It's Kind Of A Funny Story by Ned Vizzini. What a great book...

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    ​I am reading Lisey's Story at the moment, although life has me reading it at an incredibly slow pace.

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