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    Just finished "The Hunger Games" trilogy, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" and "The Power of One" for my book club. I'm convalescing from a surgery at the moment so I just reread "Pride & Prejudice" and then delved into "Pride & Prejudice & Zombies" which has made me laugh, definitely a good type of read when you're in pain, it's pretty clever in parts.
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    Just started reading I Shall Wear Midnight by Terry Pratchett. It's actually the housemate's book and he hasn't read it yet but I waited until he was asleep and swiped it.
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    My Father at 100..

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    Fallout by Ellen Hopkins
    Currently reading:Firefly Lane, Kristin Hannah

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    Hugh and Bess by Susan Higginbotham

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    Just finished Blindness by Jose Saramago. Enjoyed it so I picked up Seeing.

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    OK ppl, i`ll go a bit off topic ... but i want to know?
    What's the best price i can find Marilyn Manson's book
    "The long hard road out of hell" ?

    P.S I don`t like the guy (hmm?)
    but my girlfriend is totally crazy about him and she wants to read his book... so If you can give me site where i can order it cheap or if i can find it somewhere for free (ebook) would be nice.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Used bookstore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CornFlakegrl View Post
    Just finished Blindness by Jose Saramago. Enjoyed it so I picked up Seeing.
    that book is awesome. haven't read 'seeing' yet, let me know how it is.

    still reading bolaņo's 2666. it's over 1000 pages and i have a shitload of work right now so it's gonna take a while. but so far it's pretty fucking amazing.
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    Recently started reading Forgetting Elena by Edmund White
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    Has anyone read Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood? I fucking haaaate the character of Vivi and want her to die in a fire. How the hell did she become a stupid fucking icon to Southern women?
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    I am currently rereading The Mind of Clover: Essays in Zen Buddhist Ethics by Robert Aitken.

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    I was walking past a book sale the other day and picked up "Almost a Crime" by Penny Vincenzi. Never heard of the author, didn't read the back blurb, I just saw it had been reduced from $50 to $8. I wouldn't spend $50 on a novel in 100,000 years. The major price cut just got me curious if it's really good and it's just that no one is prepared to spend that much or really bad that they just want to get rid of it.

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    I got two new books in the mail today! Yay!

    The Eight Gates of Zen: A Program of Zen Training
    Bringing the Sacred to Life: The Daily Practice of Zen Ritual

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    Excuse Me Sir...There's a Moose In Your Tent by Larry Weill

    It's the second in a set of memoirs of a retired Adirondack Forest Ranger. I'm a junky for Adirondack history books and I devoured the first one (Excuse Me Sir...Your Socks Are On Fire) and although I do like the second one, it repeats a little too much of the first one.
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