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Old 08-11-2014, 06:37 PM   #51
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I'm rereading the Outlander series now that the TV show has started. I'm on the second book right now.
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Old 08-25-2014, 04:26 AM   #52
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finally finished that awful 'into the blue' by robert goddard. and then found out i'm in the 1% of critics and readers who hated it. and that there was a mid-90s miniseries of it. oh well...

next 4 on the nightstand are:

11 days in december: christmas at the bulge, 1944 (because i love love love me some european ww2 history)

made in hanford: the bomb that changed the world (again, ww2 history, plus it's close to home)

conversations with god: an uncommon dialogue, books 1 & 2 (and didn't know it was up to 9 books in the series, tho just the first 3 are considered the big reads. guess i have to get #3 from the library when i've caught up)

and so many more after that, just waiting...
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Old 09-04-2014, 09:45 PM   #53
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Another random book suggested by my local librarian...Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress. It was an interesting book, historical in nature, short and easy to read.
This is the translation I read
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/balz...=9780385722209

I also picked up The Reliable Wife by Goolrick at our library paperback exchange. It was a little different but I really enjoyed reading it.
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i'm about to start reading dr sleep by stephen king
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Old 09-12-2014, 12:52 PM   #55
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I'm reading one of the Maisie Dobbs mysteries. Really like this character and the period-England between the wars.
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I like the Maisie Dobbs series, too. The author, Jacqueline Winspear, has a new stand alone apparently about World War I.
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Back on Murder (A Roland March Mystery Book #1) by J. Mark Berterand
This book is actually keeping my interest. It's about a detective in Houston who basically crashed his career and is trying to get back on track but there's something more going on and I can hardly wait to find out what it is. Have I guessed right? I got it as a free Kindle d/l. Oftentimes free d/l books are almost worth the price. This one I'm really enjoying. I'm not constantly wanting a red pencil to correct typos and grammar errors that make me .

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Happy Autumn! I started "All the Light we Cannot See" by Anthony Doerr this morning. I love the way the words paint pictures in my mind. Excellent so far!
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I just got Outlander on my Kindle. There was a list of holds a mile long. I forgot I'd put a hold on it! I think I'll start reading it tonight.
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I just finished the 8th book in the Outlander series. I read a lot. This was the second reading of the series and I'm watching the show on TV, too. Can you tell I like it?

On my Kindle though I'm rereading "Why We Get Fat: And What To Do About It by Gary Taubes. Needed a refresher.
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