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    Quote Originally Posted by goodasgold View Post
    Currently making my way through the Harry Potter books. Right now I am reading "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban."
    I finished re-reading that a few weeks ago, and I loved it! Harry Potter is amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryusdemetry View Post
    I finished re-reading that a few weeks ago, and I loved it! Harry Potter is amazing!
    I've never read them before. But I have seen the movies. So far I am enjoying the books.
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    trying to read BLINDSIDE by Ed Gorman [?] but cannot find the [library] book . eagerly waiting for next Heronymous Bosch by Michael Connelly provided the Library will let me access their sevice anymore

    p.s. have since found the library book earlier this morning

    really must tidy my room [a.k.a. Bermuda Triangle]
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    Quote Originally Posted by maryusdemetry View Post
    I'm currently reading Don't Breathe a Word
    It's so spooky and mysterious. A chilling thriller.


    are you sure about book title? Or is it the book (by Andrew Klavans) Don't Say A Word made into a movie with Michael Douglas as star?
    Last edited by Oldfart; 08-25-2012 at 04:26 AM. Reason: for clarity

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    no reply.....oh well....the book i couldnt put down till finished was really "licence to thrill" sort of non fiction academic book to attempting to explain the huge success of the 007 transition from book to silver screen . Since lent it to a friend who [i hope] returns it to library pronto.

    still trying to read blindside but more interested in current events at the moment. like was there ever really Life on Mars pictures coming back are beautiful

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    probably an infiltrator suckin up anyway wonder what U.S. stands for ?

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    the Scarlet Letter.

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    Im rereading the Sandman by Neil Gaiman
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    I'm trying to read "Oath of Office" by Michael Palmer [a sort of medical/political thriller] but keep thinking I should be hard out packing up everything before or very soon after Christmas. I have until January 16 to vacate my rental because the area is being redeveloped. I agree in the idea but must say the timing right on Christmas sux!

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    Currently in the middle of Frozen Heat by "Richard Castle".

    I am also (still) reading World War Z. Unfortunately it is not exactly a page turner.

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    I just finished "The Book of Deacon" trilogy by Joseph Lallo. I'm not normally much of a fantasy fan, but I really enjoyed these three books:

    The Book of Deacon
    The Great Convergence
    The Battle of Verril

    Also read the short story "Jade", which takes place in the same universe but is separate from the trilogy. And the author has a prequel coming out later this month called "The Rise of the Red Shadow."

    I should probably add that I've read two books by Lallo before and really enjoyed them. Those are "Bypass Gemini" and "Unstable Prototypes", a pair of sci-fi novels.
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    I am reading a series novel from Keigo Higashino. Really great!

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    Currently reading Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, by James Joyce.

    "Suddenly I heard a tapping, as of someone gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door. You heard me rapping, Right?"

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    I've read this month In Cold Blood and I was surprise that Capote do not put himself in the story, since in the two biopics Capote and Infamous, it's like they he knew them very much, talk with the killers a lot. Very good book. I look on the Internet for the photoshoot we see in Capote with the criminals.

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    Reading Paradise lost . Must say its quiet AWESOME .

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