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    I'm reading this book called Sex With Kings. It reads a lot like a historical tabloid. It's actually pretty interesting, I wasn't sure if it would be or not. Just finished reading Flowers for Algernon, which I hadn't read before. Yep.

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    The last book I read was "Prey" that was way over a year ago. Since that book I haven't found anything that would keep my interest.

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    My request for He's Just Not That Into You has FINALLY come in after approximately 2 months. I'm busy reading that. It's pretty amusing and eye opening. The author does not really sugar coat anything. I've come out feeling happy and confident.
    She walks in beauty, like the night
    Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
    And all that's best of dark and bright
    Meet in her aspect and her eyes.....

    --Lord Byron

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    I'm finishing up a Paul Theroux collection of stories/novellas and then I'm on to.......I don't know!

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    I am reading Welcome Aboard the Disneyland Railroad. I could not resist geting it since I love the DL Railroad. Thanks Kevin for recomending such a great book! BTW since I got this book because I heard of it from Kevin Yee on Miceage does that make me a Kevin minion?

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    The Myst books, based on the computer game. Right now, I'm in "Book of Atrus."
    Refurb Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boingonut
    I am reading Welcome Aboard the Disneyland Railroad. I could not resist geting it since I love the DL Railroad. Thanks Kevin for recomending such a great book! BTW since I got this book because I heard of it from Kevin Yee on Miceage does that make me a Kevin minion?
    That really is a great book. I haven't really read it yet, just paged through and looked at all the pretty pictures... and there are A LOT of pretty pictures. Wow.

    hahah... I'm a Kevin Yee minion. *innocent whistle* :o

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    I was cleaning under my bed the other day and found my Me Talk Pretty Someday, by David Sedaris, so I've been reading that at night before bed.

    During the day, I've been reading a book by Kent Haruf.....and damn if I can't remember the name again!!! :confused:

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    I had the good fortune to obtain $75 in gift certificates to Barnes and Nobles for Christmas and finally got the chance to spend it all last weekend on eight books. Right now I'm in the middle of reading "The Shadow of the Sun" by Byatt, a wonderful author, though I would recommend reading "Possession" first.

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    im readin....
    mouse tales
    magic quizdom
    and the godfather
    I find signatures are overrated. Except for this one.

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    History of the Peloponnesian War

    It's better than it sounds.

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    I need to find the broadway version of the book so I can compare notes.
    If you mean the broadway version that just has the show's poster on the cover and some pictures, I think it's the same book just with a different cover and pictures. But you should definitely see the show. It's great! I hear it is very different from the book (sort of a dumbed down version).

    And to keep on topic, I'm currently reading Lemony Snicket Book the Fifth. I thought books one and two were great. I didn't read the third. Book four I thought was rather boring. And book five so far isn't doing much to keep my interest in the series, I'm sorry to report. But I'll probably trudge through all 13 books anyway.
    "That tastes GREAT!"

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    I've loved the lemony snicket books so far, I admit the fourth did get kind of boring but it was still good I just have to wait until I have money to buy the fifth (freakin library doesnt have any of them). The Unauthorized Autobiography looks pretty funny as well.

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    Seamus Heany's translation of Beowulf.

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    I love Series of Unfortunate Events! They're the perfect thing to read when I want to relax and not get into something deep and involving (although I've gotten pretty obsessed with trying to find out just what VFD is). As with the Harry Potters, I refuse to see the movie.


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