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    A Season In Purgatory by Dominick Dunne
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    About to start "11/22/63" by Stephen King.

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    ^ I have heard awesome reviews of that book. It's going to be the first thing I download to my new Kindle when it comes this week.

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    No Place Like Home by Mary Higgins Clark. I haven't read her in years, it's good so far.
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    Roots, by Alex Haley. Picked it up in a used book store, been meaning to read it for a while. Am about 100 pages in, dreading the nastiness to come.

    Just finished Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill (can you sense a theme here?). Picked it up on a whim, fantastic book.

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    Currently reading The Leftovers by Tom Perrotta. I'm about 20% in and enjoying it so far although it's a little different from what I had been expecting.

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    just started 'the thousand autumns of jacob de zoet' by david mitchell. so far so good but i've loved everything of his i've read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jexxifer View Post
    Currently reading The Leftovers by Tom Perrotta. I'm about 20% in and enjoying it so far although it's a little different from what I had been expecting.

    I have it in my bedside pile but haven't started it yet. I really like him.

    I just finished Something for Nothing by Davis Anthony. Early 70's suburban dad living the good life gets involved in flying heroin from Mexico to help pay the bills. Not bad.
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    Parasite Rex - Inside the Bizarre World of of Nature's Most Dangerous Creatures by Carl Zimmer. It's icky, fascinating and completely paranoia inducing.
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    I've started Sacrament by Clive Barker
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    I read 11/22/63 by Stephen King over the holiday. I've never read anything by Stephen King before and was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed the book. I don't think I'll venture into his horror stuff but it was a nice suspense novel and I'm always game to read time-travel books.

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    How to Sell by Clancy Martin. A novel with diamonds, cocaine, Spinoza, Schopenhauer. Pretty good so far.
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    Zero Hour by Andy McNab
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    Now you see Her by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge.
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    I started reading Craig Ferguson's American On Purpose last night. I've only read the first few chapters but so far it's very interesting. He definitely had a rough childhood but the book doesn't read as a woe-is-me memoir with the humour he injects into it. I don't think I'd be able to find humour in looking back at some of the situations he describes, but I suppose he had to. He never seems bleak or regretful but one can definitely see how he stumbled into drugs and alcohol. It reads very well and I probably would have stayed up to finish the whole thing in one go if I didn't have to get up early this morning.

    I also bought Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk, which will be next after I finish Craig's book.

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