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      Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
      I finished "salems lot" few day ago... holy moly.... what a book.

      Now trying to find time to read "IT"
      You like vampire stuff?

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      Quote Originally Posted by LP View Post
      You like vampire stuff?
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      thats the thing. Still he is such a good writer that I absolutely loved the book.
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      Curfewed Night by Basharat Peer
      Things Aren't Always #000000 AND #FFFFFF

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      The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
      The one that broke the camel's back. Watch out! :snooty:

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      Men are from mars women are from venus - John gray

      People who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do - Isaac Asimov

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      Need to finish reading A Man Called Ove. Need to finish The Mountains Echoed. Really want to start reading, The Rosie Project

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      Quote Originally Posted by redvelvet View Post
      Really want to start reading, The Rosie Project
      I read that one.

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      Quote Originally Posted by LP View Post
      I read that one.
      How was it?

      Try reading Eleanor and Park if you haven't.

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      Quote Originally Posted by redvelvet View Post
      How was it?

      Try reading Eleanor and Park if you haven't.
      I don't remember what it was about the book, but something was off. I hadn't enjoyed it as much as I had hoped to.
      I've read Eleanor and Park and enjoyed it.

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      I have been trying to complete Tigerlilly's Orchids for the past four months now. Anyone read it? Spoil it for me puhleez!

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      I just finished reading Tell Me Three Things. And I enjoyed it; it wasn't as wonderful as Eleanor and Park....but it was still a good book. There was just one particular issue in the book that I felt was handled more tastefully in Eleanor and Park.

      Now, I'm reading Girl Last Seen...which is a mystery book. I haven't even completed the first chapter yet, but so far it's got me hooked. It's about a girl who was kidnapped when she was a child and was fortunate enough to have survived. She spends a considerable amount of time researching kidnapping and missing persons cases...and one day...she learns of the disappearance of a little girl named Olivia Shaw....who looks very much like the narrator did when she was kidnapped years ago. She feels that Olivia's case might have some connections to her own kidnapping and that is what she explores.

      Next on the list is, The Sun is a Star. The girl, Natasha, is very objective...believes in facts and science and logical explanations. The guy, Daniel, believes in destiny...and fate...and meant to be. They meet...and these two concepts are explored. Since I've always wondered how much of a role fate plays in our lives....I just had to pick this one up. I hope that it's a good one.

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      You remind me of when I was so young and so stupid.

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      The Gebusi. It is an interesting ethnography that sheds light on an isolated ethnic group in Papua New Guinea and how their culture changes from 80s, 90s, and present day.


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