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    Under the Dome by Stephen King.

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    The Witches of Eastwick by John Updike

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    I've now added some light reading to my current list: Chart Throb, by Ben Elton. Very entertaining satire on the TV industry.
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    Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Stieg Larson

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    Just read A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolrick today. Very quick, enjoyable read.

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    The UltraMind Solution by Mark Hyman, M.D.

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    I have so many new books to read that I am getting very stressed !! Am I the only one who buys way too many then stresses that I won't be able to read them all? lol

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    ^ lol me too but its a goal of mine

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    Me three
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    Me four

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    Say You're One of Them- Uwem Akpan.

    Short stories set in Africa dealing with Rwandan genocide, children sold into slavery, muslim vs. christian violence. Really good.

    I just found out it was an Oprah's book club pick, which would have discouraged me. But it's not her usual type choice.
    i was also a little sketchy on that book because of the oprah book club thing, but i too thought it was really good. i cried a lot...not the best book to read while pregnant.
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    I am in such good company then YAY!!

    I just finished Snuff byAdamHuber and Eric Enck. (very gruesome rude violent)

    Now I am reading The Summer I Died by Ryan C Thomas.

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    I've started Great Expectations and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. The former is very promising; the latter... well, never been a James Joyce fan...
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    just finished Not Without Hope. It is about the 4 guys (2 of them NFL players) that flipped their boat while fishing. Just one lived. pretty good book.
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    i saw his interview on oprah. it was a little suspect that he remembered 99.9% of what happened when he was out there for 3 (?) days when the others went crazy after less than 24 hrs. nonetheless, a heartwrenching story.

    i did learn a great lesson - never tie your anchor to the back of the boat.

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