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Discussion in 'Book Reviews' started by Irish Pixie, Jun 18, 2016.
The Time Machine by H.G. Wells
I started Noah Trevor's "Born a Crime" and it's excellent.
I am re-reading the whole "home" series
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...
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.
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.
Reading "The Girl in the Spider's Web". About a quarter through. Still a bit undecided on it.
I liked "Spider's Web", what do you think now?
I'm enjoying "The Girl Who Takes An Eye For An Eye" now.
Reading Slow Burn
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.
Sounds great, ordering the series now. Thanks
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.