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It's summer and I have time to read:

Just finished:

I Am A Strange Loop - Douglas Hofstadter

Currently Reading:

When I Grow Up - Juliana Hatfield
Great read so far. Interesting memoir even if you're not a huge Juliana Hatfield fan

On tap:

Blood of Elves (The Witcher) - Andrzej Sapkowski


Dead Until Dark - Charlaine Harris
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Just started:



David Morrell, Testament
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Also still listening to The Historian.
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Nobody else picked it as probably the most enjoyable on the Top fiction list in Book Sheep.

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From what I read on the list, I preferred The Scarecrow over The Strain.

Still picking away at the Bruce Campbell book, but just finished:

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Just Finished:



Now reading:

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Originally Posted by movieking
haha awesome book! have u read his second book yet?
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Space Merchants is awesome. I really didn't like Wolfbane, another Pohl/Kornbluth collaboration, but Space Merchants and the Merchants War are both great. Pohl is one of my favorites, and Kornbluth's career )and life) were way too short.

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Death Masks, 4th in Harry dresden series
Treason, Orson Scott Card
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Book #32:

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Reading for July:
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just got

High Art A History of the Psychedelic Poster

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Re: What are you reading? (July 2009)

Alan Bullock - Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives
John Steinbeck - East of Eden
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The Road To Oz by L Frank Baum
"Green Tea" by J Sheridan LeFanu

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Book #2 in the Trilogy

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Bruce Campbell - If Chins Could Kill
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