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    Oh man, this is a good one. I'm only 1/2 way through. It's a page turner. Go find it, put it on your gift list, etc. Highly recommended.

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    World War Z, and the Survival guide.

    Currently working on The Federalist.
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    The wedding of John Taylor and Suzie Shotgun...this can't end well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post


    The wedding of John Taylor and Suzie Shotgun...this can't end well.
    Hey if Jim Butcher gives it his approval its gotta be good.
    Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh

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    Finally finished Clash of Kings and I am about to start Storm of Swords, even though I promised myself I would break from these books to read something a little less complex. Just cannot wait to see what stays/goes in season two of Game of Thrones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Finally finished Clash of Kings and I am about to start Storm of Swords, even though I promised myself I would break from these books to read something a little less complex. Just cannot wait to see what stays/goes in season two of Game of Thrones.
    oooooo storm of swords is the best book in the series IMO...

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    Wow!

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    Just started the second book with with lead character Liz, an Edinburgh police detective, following Halting State. Stross has a quirky, pervy view of near future techno society and so far it's off to a pretty good start.

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    Just finished up American author Jennifer Lee Carrell's two novels "Interred With Their Bones" (called "The Shakespeare Secret" in the U.K., from 2008) and "Haunt Me Still" (called "The Shakespeare Curse" in the U.K., from 2011).

    The lady graduated with undergraduate degrees from Stanford (1984) and Oxford (1988), rounding off her schooling with a PhD in English Literature from Harvard (1994).

    The plots of both novels are based on Shakespeare-related fascinations. The first is about a race to find a lost Shakespeare play called "Cardenno".

    The second novel concerns finding the original witches incantations that were deleted from the original version of "Macbeth".

    Highly recommended.



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    Some Robert Heinlein to start the year.

    Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.
    -Julio Cortazar

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