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Assuming any of you neanderthals can read.
I'm currently reading David Copperfield by Charles Dickens.
I play video games and watch movies can't read a lick. How I'm typing this I don't know. Thx apple for my autocorrect
The new Vince flynn book, killshot maybe. Before that was locked on by tom clancy then debt of honor also by clancy. Im going to reread the song of ice and fire series next to remember a clash of kings a little better in anticipation of game of thrones season 2.
The Codex, by Douglas Preston
Don't have it yet, but The Longest War, Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan
Halfway through the 13 volume SPQR series by John Robert Maddox. Historical fiction set in acient Rome and Alexandria Egypt, at the time of Cicero and Julius Ceasar and Cleopatra. Main character is a "finder" of sorts, investigates murders in the Sherlock Holmes vein.
I finished that a couple of weeks ago and was disappointed.
How do you like it?
Well it is a good novel
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Interesting, I just started it today, so far I like it, and I ran into someone else that said they just finished it, and really enjoyed it
Hunger games. Just finished the third book. Did not think i would like it and ended up loving it!
IDK. I love Stephen King. I just found it to be kind of slow and it really never engaged me like his books normally do. I did like the tie in that he does with another one of his books. Have you read Under the Dome?
Just finished Shadow Ops:Control Point by Myke Cole. It's a military meets fantasy book. I enjoyed it. It's pretty quick paced with plenty of action.
Next up to read is Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence.
I am reading The Jefferson Key by Steve Berry
Atlas Shrugged. Before that the Girl with dragon tattoo...all 3 of the series. Before that all 3 Hunger Games books. I'm doing audio books on my iPhone. Kills the 8-10 hours a week I'm in my car. Don't have consistent time to read otherwise.
I immediately thought of this...
The law speaks
Pretty good. Got pretty bad reviews, tho. I like it just as much as a Preston/Childs book.
Its a little predictable, but a little zany too.
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Do NOT watch the movie. Its turrible (Atlas Shrugged)
I have not, but have been thinking of picking it up, worth it?
Um.......only hell yeah
Well then maybe I'll pick that one up next
Haven't read it. I have been on the fence.
Thanks. Will definitely be reading it next.
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