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    What are you reading?

    Read any good books lately?

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    Read anything by author George RR. Martin. He is a fabulous writer and keeps the suspense of his writing at all times. BTW its a fantasy/fiction book so. Dont buy it thinking its a drama or love story.

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    Currently reading "The Covenant" by James Michener

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    I'm re-reading an old fav, Carl Hiaasen - Skin Tight
    (He also did Strip Tease which was done into a movie with Demi Moore)

    Carl has a twisted sense of humor

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    Here are a list of books I finished the past 4 months:

    The Face - Dean Kcontz
    The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown
    War & Peace - Leo Tolstoy
    1984 - Goerge Orwell
    Paradise Lost - John Milton
    Storm Warning - Jack Higgins
    A Brief History of Time - Stephen Hawking
    Dreamcatcher - Stephen King
    Life of Pi - Zann Martel
    Letter to Father - Franz Kafka
    Timeline - Michael Crichton
    Fatal Cure - Robin Cook
    The Correction - Jonathan Franzen
    Gulliver's Travels - Jonathan Swift
    Elephan Can Remember - Agatha Christie


    Right now I'm working on: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Mark Twain

    The English book choice in the library here in Hannover is kinda limited.

    The Correction by Jonathan Franzen is a pretty good book though it was extremely hard to get through the first few hundred pages b/c the way Franzen writes...

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    The Federalist Papers..

    The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown
    I read that one a couple of months ago...It's a pretty good yarn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by |D|Kin6slay3r
    Read anything by author George RR. Martin. He is a fabulous writer and keeps the suspense of his writing at all times. BTW its a fantasy/fiction book so. Dont buy it thinking its a drama or love story.
    He started the Theives series, didn't he? The first couple were fun reading! Also the series about the lone guy with a planet starting spaceship and his cat? Can't remember the name of them but fun reading too!

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    Still trying to finish "Trojan Odessey" by Clive Cussler.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joint Chiefs of Staff
    Still trying to finish "Trojan Odessey" by Clive Cussler.

    that one's out...time to run to the nearest bookstore
    still folding away, haven't been on as much lately

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    Dreamcatcher - Stephen King
    The Art of War - Sun Tzu
    Black Sun Rising - CS Freidman

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