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FrogAlum wrote:

@JJ

 

I'm working through

The Passage  right now...  Definitely going with a light read or comfort book after this one!

 

 

 


 

 

@MyHomeGirlFroggy

 

Is it worth taking the time to go thru?  I bought it a while ago and will eventually read it but I am not certain if now is that time!

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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

lol J I think someone over at the teen board would threaten your life if you didn't keep up with all the teen books you got. Jk :smileyvery-happy:

Let me know how you like Catching Fire btw.

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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

 


JdiennoPSU wrote:

 


FrogAlum wrote:

@JJ

 

I'm working through

The Passage  right now...  Definitely going with a light read or comfort book after this one!

 

 

 


 

 

@MyHomeGirlFroggy

 

Is it worth taking the time to go thru?  I bought it a while ago and will eventually read it but I am not certain if now is that time!


 

 

LOL  I love the name!

 

Yeah, it's worth it but don't do it until you have a lot of time to spend on it, it's a long read, no skimming in this one, you'll miss something for sure!  This is coming from someone that read a big Clancy novel in 24 hours or less...

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The passage was definitely an engrossing read, but the story itself wasn't particularly original.  I don't want to give anything away, but I was very much reminded of a recent film adaptation of another "vampire" story while reading it (although told from the perspective of a different party).  

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I'm currently reading a DTB because I can't find the ebook version.

 

Blood Meridian or the Evening Redness in the West

 

I'm really enjoying the book so far.

 

I think next I'm gonna read

The Dark Tower II

  

on my Nook. I really liked the first book, looking forward to this one.

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Just finished reading "Spinward Fringe Broadcast 0" by Randolph Lalonde. Compliments of Free Friday! I found it good enough to buy the sequel, not withstanding the spelling and gramatical errors. BTW Luv my Nook!

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I'm currently reading:

 

 

 

Lowboy 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I got it from the New York Public Library... :smileyhappy:

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very-simple wrote:

The passage was definitely an engrossing read, but the story itself wasn't particularly original.  I don't want to give anything away, but I was very much reminded of a recent film adaptation of another "vampire" story while reading it (although told from the perspective of a different party).  


 

For me, so far anyway, that part of the story is incidental, they could be infected with almost anything and the story would hold, it's what happens with society that is holding me right now...  Although, Jenna Bush for gov?  Really?  :smileywink:

 

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FrogAlum wrote:

 

  Although, Jenna Bush for gov?  Really?  :smileywink:

 


Huh???? 

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I'm reading...

 

Executive Retention by Maria E. Schneider

 

 

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Ordinary Thunderstorms finished Helmet for my Pillow

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Just about to start 

The Passage

 

 

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Just got done with: 

 

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I am reading and almost finishing the book "I Remember You" by Harriet Evans. While at my last trip to BN store, I stumbled upon this paperback in which was happy to see that it was in ebook format. I am enjoying the romantic detail of both England and Italy as we follow this thirty-year-old woman between loves and loss and teaching and trips. I think it's a must read for anybody who always wanted to go to either countries or enjoy detailed books. I recommend it and I'm not even finished it :smileyhappy:

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Finished Catching Fire last night, will start Covet by JR Ward today

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The Imperial Cruise by James Bradley. He is the author of Flags of our Fathers and Flyboys two other great books.