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Old 05-11-09, 08:13 PM
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Currently reading Hunt At The Well Of Eternity by Gabriel Hunt (James Reasoner)

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Dune: House Corrino
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Got these as a 2 for 1 so I'm reading them next.



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Currently reading


Hope to get a hold of a copy of Pygmy after this one.
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Just finished:

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Almost finished with:



About to Start:

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Just finished reading The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Juno Diaz, now finally tackling Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides.
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Re: What are you reading? (May 2009)

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Second time. I read it a few years ago and couldn't remember much about it so I wanted a refresher before the movie came out. Surprisingly, it was a very quick read, probably because I read it before. Things get pretty convoluted at the end, but I enjoyed the majority of the book (moreso than The Da Vinci Code).
I agree with you about A&D being superior to DVC. I plan to re-read both this year.
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This has been on my radar for a while, but I haven't picked it up yet because of the backlog of reading I still have. I'd be interested to hear what you thought of it.
The first 400 pages are very good, but the last 90 or so are a big disappointment.

Now reading:
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Glad to see another RAW fan! I have read almost everything he wrote.
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Re: What are you reading? (May 2009)

Finsished:

The Big Nowhere

Reading:

Desperation

Next: Lunar Park
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Finally finished:



Started:

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Just finishing up with:


Then:

Can't wait to start the new Preston & Child book on Tuesday (when it's released in Canada). They're my favourite pop fiction authors going today and rarely disappoint (even if I'd rather have a non-Pendergast book at this point, but their solo stuff delivers that!)
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Gave up on The Night Watch, still listening to Misery, and now reading:



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because I watched The Mist this weekend.

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just finished reading:



now reading:

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Finished "Never Let Me Go" Kazuo Ishiguro and was very impressed.

Starting:

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Finished The Eagle's Brood a while back and just started book 4 of the Camulod Chronicles:
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