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bayoubengals88
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re: What are you reading?


alphamicro
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re: What are you reading?
The Cold Nowhere (Jonathan Stride #6) by Brian Freeman


NoHoTiger
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re: What are you reading?
About to start Total Power by Kyle Mills, the new Mitch Rapp.


BugAC
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re: What are you reading?
Currently reading the Secret Speech by Tom Rob Smith. It's really good. Though i am a very slow reader, and get distracted very easily by other books i haven't read yet.

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ecb
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re: What are you reading?
Do ya’ll ever get several books going at once? I ve been bouncing between genres, from religious books by Scott Hahn and Peter Kreeft to Bill Bryson and Haruki Marukami. I have 4 or 5 started.


memphis tiger
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re: What are you reading?
Last night started To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini

Have never read any of his other works and don’t know how this one will turn out.

But 3 chapters in and shite got real in a hurry.


Early on has the feel on Alien and Leviathan Wakes
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Maytheporkbewithyou
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re: What are you reading?
The Keep by F Paul Wilson.


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Starchild
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re: What are you reading?
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Do ya’ll ever get several books going at once? I ve been bouncing between genres, from religious books by Scott Hahn and Peter Kreeft to Bill Bryson and Haruki Marukami. I have 4 or 5 started.


I usually have a recreational read and more of an educational, business/finance, or self-help one in rotation at the same time so I can alternate depending on my daily mood.

Right now I’ve gotten into a classics kick, so reading
- Bram Stoker’s Dracula
- The Millionaire Next Door


OweO
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re: What are you reading?
Can't Hurt Me. By David Goggins.


alphamicro
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re: What are you reading?
Goodbye to the Dead (Jonathan Stride #7) by Brian Freeman


Horsemeat
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re: What are you reading?
I just finished The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides and The Whisper Man by Alex North - both really good murder/suspense novels. I got the sorta sequel to Whisper Man called The Shadows and it's starting off REALLY slow. Kinda set it down last week and forgot about it. I've also decided to plow through the Dresden Files on Audible when I'm in the mood while driving my shifts.

Just ordered a new Kindle Paperwhite so my reading progress will be going through the roof again. My old regular Kindle quit working a few months back and I've been ordering hardcovers off Amazon instead of just getting a new kindle - now I've got a ton of books in my semi that needs to be offloaded when i get home in a few weeks.
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Marciano1
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Maytheporkbewithyou
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re: What are you reading?
The Tomb by F. Paul Wilson. This is book 2 of the adversary cycle.


alphamicro
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325 posts

re: What are you reading?
The Bone House by Brian Freeman (Cab Bolton #1)


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RedPop4
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re: What are you reading?
Recently I have read Gordon Prange's seminal At Dawn We Slept which examined documents and interviewed many involved in the attack on Pearl Harbor. Great stuff.

Followed it with Shattered Sword a deeply researched investigation into the Battle of Midway, mostly from the Japanese side. It is incredibly rich in documentary evidence.

Now reading The Brenner Assignment : the untold story of the most daring spy mission of World War II / Patrick K. O'Donnell This reads more like a novel, but is well-researched, too. I caught Brad Thor on BookTV on C-Span recently. It was a re-run from a few years ago, but he cited this book and The Great Game : the Myths and Reality of Espionage / Frederick P. Hitz as bases for some of his research into his novels.

I will have to get his novels, as I have only read the first too. It is welcoming to know just how much research a popular novelist does to make his stories rich with details.


Rocco Lampone
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re: What are you reading?
A Land Remembered


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TrimTab
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re: What are you reading?
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Haruki Marukami

LOVE his work. And yes to several books going at once. I keep books upstairs by bed that I read and then downstairs.


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ecb
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6107 posts

re: What are you reading?
The Confessions of St Augustine, it's a tough read, but I'm doing it with an online course, so that helps


alphamicro
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325 posts

re: What are you reading?
Glorious by Gregory Benford & Larry Niven


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LEASTBAY
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re: What are you reading?
Thanks, gonna check this one out.


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