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    Official and Confidential, The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover by Anthony Summers

    since I just watched the movie the other day I decided to read more about him
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    I just started Pineapple Grenade by Tim Dorsey. This guy is the best! He really illustrates just how crazy and insane the state of Florida is. He's a very funny writer but with the most unique ways of killing the bad guys.
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    just recently started Laurence Olivier A Biography by Donald Spoto
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seth82 View Post
    just recently started Laurence Olivier A Biography by Donald Spoto
    I really liked his biography of Marilyn Monroe. Please let me know what you think of Olivier's when you finish - I might pick it up.

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    Open City- Teju Cole. A Nigerian-German psychiatrist in residency in NY and his thoughts and conversations. So far it's excellent.
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    I'm reading something completely mindless. Fifty Shades of Grey, book 1. Just as bad as Twilight, but with penetration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    I finished Say Her Name by Francisco Goldman. Beautiful. Heartbreaking.
    i loved that one too.
    have you read any of his other stuff? i definitely recommend 'the art of political murder: who killed the bishop?'
    totally different. definitely more the journalist goldman than the novelist, but absolutely fantastic nonetheless.
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    Yes, I've read the Bishop and The Ordinary Seamen. I really like him. Say Her Name just killed me.
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    yeah he's great. and yeah, 'say her name' is one of those books that stays with you long after you're done reading it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jexxifer View Post
    I'm reading something completely mindless. Fifty Shades of Grey, book 1. Just as bad as Twilight, but with penetration.
    Don't forget those twitchy palms

    But these books are freaking everywhere - you know its actually based on Twilight fanfic. For anyone wanting pay for this - better google Master of the Universe and read it for free - she hardly made any changes to the repackaged book although both her pub/agent and herself are denying that it is Twilight badly done BDSM. EL James is an opportunistic hack who used fandom to cash in.


    I've read both and the books have a cheesey crackish element but if you hated the hype surrounding Twilight - this is just as worse especially now the books have been sold for a movie! Will laugh if they get Robert Patterson and Kristen Stewart LOL

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    Just finished 11/22/63 by Stephen King.
    Still debating how I felt about it...

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    Just finished the Hunger Games trilogy which I loved, and I'm on to my re-read of A Feast for Crows by George R R Martin. Picking up huge amounts of information that I missed during my first - rushed - read.
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    dlisted
    we don't have to make love to have an orgasm

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    Im debating. Toss up between Harry Potter and The Hunger Games.

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