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    Re: what are you reading?

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    I just started The Age of Spiritual Machines: When Computers Exceed Human Intelligence by Kurzweil, but I'll probably pause and read the new Wired magazine that showed up yesterday
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    Monstrous Regiment by Terry Pratchett. Its one of his DiscWorld series books. I've read most of them and I love them. I prefer science fiction/fantasy in my casual reading.




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    The Narnian, by Alan Jacobs, Dreamweaver 8 for Dummies, The 7 secrets of Effective Fathers by Ken Canfield, and Rich Dad's Guide to Investing, by Robert Kiyosaki.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellyMouse
    One Child by Tori Hayden
    Non-Fiction

    A sad look at one of the abused children she once counseled.
    ^that's a great book!

    i read the da vinci code in a day because i was sick and had the house to myself. i've had it on the shelf for over a year and finally got motivated to read it. i actually enjoyed it & went on to read angels and demons.

    it's been awhile since i've read any fiction & those books were a fun way to dive back in! i just started digital fortress. i guess i'm on a dan brown kick.
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    Going through and reading Ray Bradbury books that I have not read yet.
    Right now I'm reading Illustrated Man.
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    "Ryan Seacrest, my life as Haiku" (quick read), "Chelsea Dearest" by Hillary Clinton (hide the coat hangers), "Latin Fitness- 20 lashes to great abs, the Gitmo workout" and "Collecting Beanie Babies for Dummies" (leave the tags ON). Barron's, Tiger Beat, Scientific American, US News, and US Magazine teen Edition. Other than that I listen to coloring books on tape.

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    As It Is by Shunryo Suzuki ( a book of Zen talks by a true master)
    Fog - the Truth Behind the Bermuda Triangle (starting my trashy summer reading early!)
    I always have two or three books going on at the same time.


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    I prefered Angels and Demons to DaVinci Code.

    Right now I am trying to get into The Name of the Rose; the description makes it sound like a good book but I'm having a hard time enjoying it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCUBAbe
    I love that book. My high school english teacher had a cupboard of books we could borrow books from. I chose that one and LOVED it.
    You realize you're quoting a high school enlish teacher about a book you loved based on your high school english teacher. Crazy, huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixie chick
    ^that's a great book!
    Have you read her other books? Its so sad to think about the children who are abused like this. She is a great author.

    Ive read One Child before but now I found the sequel so I wanted to re-read it before I read the 2nd one. I loved Somebody Elses Kids and Murphy's Boy.

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    Still get through my re-reading of Wicked. Almost done, thankfully!!
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    And how I picked you up and everything changed
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    1. V For Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd
    2. The Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World
    3. Swahili Learners' Reference Grammar by Katrina Daly Thompson and Antonia Folarin Schleicher
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    Sudden Sea by R.A. Scotti

    About The Great New England Hurricane of 1938.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverNeverland
    Still get through my re-reading of Wicked. Almost done, thankfully!!
    I just finished that - a little weird. I assume the musical left some of the more bizarre animal stuff out.

    I read the DaVinci Code as well - but, make sure you read Angels and Demons first! I too liked Angels and Demons a little better. I still don't thing Tom Hanks fits the main role. Oh well.

    I'm reading Peter and the Starcatchers. I just started. Interesting so far!

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