What I'm reading...

Discussion in 'Book Reviews' started by Irish Pixie, Jun 18, 2016.

  1. IMFoghorn

    IMFoghorn Well-Known Member

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    The Time Machine by H.G. Wells
     
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  2. Irish Pixie

    Irish Pixie Limp Bisket LOL

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    I started Noah Trevor's "Born a Crime" and it's excellent. :D
     

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    I am re-reading the whole "home" series
     
  4. Irish Pixie

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    I finished "Born A Crime" and highly recommend it. I just downloaded the new Walt Longmire, and the latest in Diana Rowland's "White Trash Zombie" series. I can't decide which to start...
     
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    Reading "The Company" by Robert Littel. Kind of a novelization history of the CIA. Halfway through a large book-900 pages. Pretty interesting and good. Has a mix of fictional and historical figures. A warning-it doesn't put the CIA in the best light, actually shows them as human beings, warts, mistakes and all.
     
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    Decided on "The Western Star" by Craig Johnson, excellent but much darker than the prior books. I started "White Trash Zombie, Unchained" yesterday, and it's laugh out loud funny.

    Next up is "The Girl Who Takes An Eye for An Eye" by David Langercranz. After that, I think the Stephen and Owen King book, "Sleeping Beauties". It comes out on September 26th.
     
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    Reading "The Girl in the Spider's Web". About a quarter through. Still a bit undecided on it.
     
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    I liked "Spider's Web", what do you think now?

    I'm enjoying "The Girl Who Takes An Eye For An Eye" now.
     
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  10. keenataz

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    It took awhile to get into the flow of it, but once I did it was good. Hard to tell it was a different author.
     
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    Sounds great, ordering the series now. Thanks
     
  12. Irish Pixie

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    I finished the latest "Girl" book, and it was excellent. I'm now going to reread the Harry Potter series, my youngest daughter and I are going to Harry Potter World at Universal Hollywood next month. :D