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    What are you reading?

    In true librarian style... I am happy to open this thread for business.
    Share your literary thoughts, loves, hates and dreams!!

    I have been told to read the "Adventures of Kavalier and Clay" by the lovely Eliza!! I plan to purchase this book sight unread, because I want to be more adventurous in my literary endevours!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by libraryvixen
    In true librarian style... I am happy to open this thread for business.
    Share your literary thoughts, loves, hates and dreams!!

    I have been told to read the "Adventures of Kavalier and Clay" by the lovely Eliza!! I plan to purchase this book sight unread, because I want to be more adventurous in my literary endevours!!

    Oh, that sounds interesting. I'll look that one up.

    I'm got "Tallulah" on my night stand. Haven't started it yet. THe true like story of the "Wondrous and monstrous" Tallulah Bankhead.

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    During my free time (hahahahahahahha) on vacation I managed to finish Wicked. Loved it. Was sad that it was over. I need to find the broadway version of the book so I can compare notes. Then I will read the Wizard of Oz and compare even further.

    There is a Dean Koontz audiobook my boss is going to lend me that I can listen to on my way to/from work. Lemony Snicket Book the Fourth is hiding from me, though I am not far into that one.

    I am also on a mission of sorts to read all the books associated with Stephen King's Dark Tower series. That will take me years to complete.

    Dusty, you always have great recommendations for books.

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    Who has time to read with all these new boards!!!!!






    *maybe a certain librarian friend could hook me up with a fun read?

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    [cough]I have time to read [/cough]

    oh and Tina... girl... I've returned your books and "taken care" of your fines.

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    Do Dr. Seuss books count towards "What Are You Reading"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamabot
    Do Dr. Seuss books count towards "What Are You Reading"?
    When then I can say I have been reading!! I read to Shawn each night, except tonight because he wanted to be with "the big boys" and it starts

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    I am currently reading "The Diamond Throne" by David Eddings -- I read his "Belgariad" and "Malloreon" series when I was in junior high (10 books total, and SO much fun). The Diamond Throne is the first of another 6 books. OK I read a lot of ye olde fantasy novels. Goes along with ye old computer gaming, I suppose.

    I also finished Book the Eleventh of Lemony Snicket ... love love love those books. The movie sucked Jim Carrey spooge. Yeeeeeach.

    Somehow I also got stuck reading Wuthering Heights, though I have no idea why. Those Bronte women are kooky dames.

    Also I am halfway through re-reading Brave New World. I guess I'm going through a junior high revival period.

    Once my brother is finished with the DaVinci Code I guess I should be reading that as well. hehehe I read a lot of books simultaneously, can you tell? I just read the first 100 or so pages of a ton of books and by that time I usually get hooked on one, finish the damn thing, pick up 4 more books, and move onto another. It's a vicious cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chernabog
    I read a lot of books simultaneously, can you tell? I just read the first 100 or so pages of a ton of books and by that time I usually get hooked on one, finish the damn thing, pick up 4 more books, and move onto another. It's a vicious cycle.
    Amen Brother!! My books are constantly late getting back to the library. Those damn librarians and patrons need to stop telling me about what they read!!

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    Lords of the Sky(Wells) ....kinda struggling with it though. I like the overall story but the writting is not as crisp as I would like.....I keep putting it down and reading other books then I come back to it. So I guess I care about the characters and want to see how it turns out, but reading it sometimes feels like work....
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    on my nightstand right now is Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. i just love these books and believe that they are much better than the movies. i recommend these books to kids of any ages. once you get started on the first one, you are definitely hooked and wont put the book even down. these are well written books by J.K. Rowling.
    "Something Wicked This Way Comes....."

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    "A Princess in search of her Prince Charming.....or close to it....If you think you are him or know him please send a message or resume......"


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    I finished reading.. "No Woman No Cry" by Rita Marley..and was truly inspirational to read a courageous woman!! Now, im begining to start my summer reading a little earlier, and reading "East of Eden" by John Steinbeck.
    'When hinges creek in doorless chambers..and strange and frightening sounds echo through the halls..whenever candlelights flicker..where the air is deathly still..That is the time when ghosts are present, practicing their terror with ghoulish delight.'

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    i am not a big fiction fan, but i am enjoying phil jackson's book "The Last Season". Good stuff!

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    I am allmost finished with Dan Browns Angels and Demons, after that I might finish The second assistant before reading Da Vinci code.
    You say Im a bitch like its a bad thing.

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    After feeling the need to unwind a bit before I fell asleep, I picked up SKs "Skeleton Crew". So far so good. I am going to try to jump around with the stories this time, the rebel that I am. Short story collections are fun that way.
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