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    a million little pieces...
    while i was trying to strike up conversation with my boyfriend's mom about the book she asked if i read and of course my boyfriend answered, "Yeah, she reads a lot!"
    so i was like, great. luckily, it's a very easy read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chu gar
    Just read "On Writing" by Stephen King. it was a really fun novel to read. And it was sort of an autobiography by King, so an extra bonus if you're a fan of his work.
    I wouldn't consider "On Writing" a novel. It is King's book on how he writes. It's a very good read for an aspiring writer, and it does have a lot of insight to his career.
    Wasn't thinking of anything specific
    Like in a dream, when someone wakes up and screams
    Nothing too very scientific
    Just thinking of a series of dreams

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnmac44
    Just finished Angels and Demons and started Da Vinci Code last night.

    On tap:

    The Last Templar
    The Romanov Prophecy
    Romanov Prophecy was ok. Too many writers are trying to hitch a ride on the Da Vinci Code train, but are not as successful. This one is enjoyable, as long as you don't try to take it too deep. Loved the Russian history aspect.

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    On book two of the Srthurian saga by Mary Stewart. Finished the Crystal Cave and an about 1/3 into the Hollow Hills. A different take on Merlin.


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    Just finished reading "The Shadow of the Wind" by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. Very entertaining and enjoyable read.



    From the book jacket:

    Barcelona, 1945 - Just after the war, a great world city lies in shadow, nursing its wounds, and a boy named Daniel awakes one day to find that he can no longer remember his mother's face. To console his only child, Daniel's widowed father, an antiquarian book dealer, initiates him into the secret of the Cemetery of Forgotten Books, a library tended by Barcelona's guild of rare-book dealers as a repository for books forgotten by the world, waiting for someone who will care about them again. Daniel's father coaxes him to choose a book from the spiraling labyrinth of shelves, one that, it is said, will have a special meaning for him. And Daniel so loves the book he selects, a novel called The Shadow of the Wind by one Julian Carax, that he sets out to find the rest of Carax's work. To his shock, he discovers that someone has been systematically destroying every copy of every book this author has written. In fact, he may have the last of Carax's books in existence. Before Daniel knows it, his seemingly innocent quest has opened a door into one of Barcelona's darkest secrets, an epic story of murder, magic, madness, and doomed love, and before long he realizes that if he doesn't find out the truth about Julian Carax, he and those closest to him will suffer horribly.

    Up next... Inca Gold by Clive Cussler
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    Re-reading both "The Old Man and the Sea" by Hemingway and "Meditations" by Marcus Aurelius. They're both even better the second time through.

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    The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd.

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    finished it this afternoon. all i can say is "oh wow." seriously, now that i've read it, yeah, the movie - not as great to me anymore. the graphic novel on the other hand, i totally love.

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    Digital Fortress by Dan Brown

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