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What Are You Reading? (March 2018)

Old 03-30-18, 03:48 PM
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Re: What Are You Reading? (March 2018)

Originally Posted by Pointyskull View Post


wow!
I know 2018 is young, but this is the best thing I've read this year (or in a long time)
OK this book is messing with my head.... I think I got it but would like to ask if someone can confirm my understanding of the book....

Spoiler:
I think it was spelled out toward the end but was the Terminus event/phenomenon moving closer to the present each time she cracked part of the case and Moss was the cause of it coming closer and closer to the present?

Also is the Epilog supposed to be a revised future that resolves her friends death as she was able to get back on the ship and stop Terminus from happening?
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Old 04-02-18, 12:56 PM
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Re: What Are You Reading? (March 2018)

Just finished:

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Old 04-07-18, 11:42 AM
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Re: What Are You Reading? (March 2018)

Originally Posted by Pointyskull View Post


wow!
I know 2018 is young, but this is the best thing I've read this year (or in a long time)
I picked it up last night thanks to your recommendation. Just started and already liking it. Thanks!!
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Old 04-08-18, 10:50 AM
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Re: What Are You Reading? (March 2018)

[QUOTE=The Questyen;13298437]So far this month I've finished:



That was a great book...Bought it the day it came out and finished it the following day...Any fan of the show has to read this book...
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Old 04-08-18, 10:52 AM
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Great book. My favorite Thompson novels remain The Killer Inside Me and Savage Night, but The Getaway was fantastic, too...If you're a big Thompson fan, I'd highly recommend the book Savage Art: An Biography of Jim Thompson...One of my favorite books on an author...He had quite the life...Right up there with Hammet, Chandler, and Cain...And Woolrich, too, I guess...
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