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    ​flowers in the attic-vc andrews

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    Norwegian Wood - Haruki Murakami.
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    I am deciding now I got a fire '7 and Ima prime member so really I can read everything lol
    I would like to go bk and read Treasure Island and wind in the willows with old toadie












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    switching back and forth from the Canterbury Tales and The handbook for the recently Deceased

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    Russian Roulette, Fingers in the Sparkle Jar, and The Myths We Live By.

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    A list of books because I am currently chopping and changing, so, in no particular order...

    Dhalgren and Babel 17 by Sam Delany.

    The Women in White by Wilkie Collins.

    The Infernal Aether Series by Peter Oxley (a collection of short stories detailing Demons in Victorian London)

    Star Wars: The New Jedi Order - Vector Prime (The one where Chewie dies by being crushed by a small moon - suck on that Disney)

    The Delphi Collected Norse Sagas by various.

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    Re-reading "Wrong Place, Wrong Time" by David Perlmutter. It's an ebook about a real life misadventure of bad decisions. Last I heard, they are making it into a movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dindu Nuffin View Post
    HMS Ulysses by Alistair McLean
    ^^ loves this one

    I started read the new book I got off amazon












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    Slaughterhouse Five and The Snowman.

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    I am Reading it now: ~ I CAN ONLY IMAGINE ~ Bart Millard of Mercy Me WITH ROBERT NOLAND.:-) After I read this book, I will want to go see the movie.
    The True Story That Inspired the Hit Song and Major Motion Picture.

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    ​Odd Thomas - Dean Koontz

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    Finally attempting War and Peace. I am not hopeful of surviving to the end.

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    I started to read some books from RA Salvatore again












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    Ghost Hunting New York City by L'aura Hladik
    So interesting!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdalina View Post
    Ghost Hunting New York City by L'aura Hladik
    So interesting!
    I bet.....

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    Extinction Horizon by Nicholas Sansbury Smith.

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    11/23/1963 by Stephen King - I started it in August and am trying to finish it And Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews. This one was a random grab from an airport book store, I had time to kill.

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    The Works of Schopenhauer
    (by Arthur Schopenhauer)

    Funny story about this one: I was in Illinois over the weekend and I stayed in a cute little town called Mt. Caroll. There's an antique store there and I had no idea where to start looking at things so I decided to follow where the miscellaneous creepy mannequins in the store were looking (don't question my methods) and I ended up walking straight into this book at eye level on a bookshelf where the last mannequin was looking (the first mannequin was looking at a second mannequin across the store, the second looking at a third, etc). Also a small wooden sculpture of a bird. Anyway, the content really is something else, aside from the fact that the store had it since 1942 and I later learned that my particular copy was published in 1865.

    Hopefully I didn't take a malevolent spirit home with me,
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    malevolent spirit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashers1982 View Post
    malevolent spirit.
    I'm not dead yet, so I think I'm either unattached or ghoulies just like to chill with me.

    -B


    "The good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you want to believe in it."

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