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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny Lane View Post
    Finished "The Stranger" about two days ago.. now reading "On The Road" and "Cloud Atlas".. I have a bad habit of reading two books at the same time. Both of them have started out very nicely
    I always read two books at the same time, usually one being less "daunting" than the other (because of its length or its subject-matter). By the way, I really can't seem to make headway re Lord of the Flies...*sigh* I read 32 works of fiction (comics not included) last year, hope I will break the record this year...
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    I'm currently reading Bag of Bones by Stephen King

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    I'm too embarrassed to say..but the chick in my book is crazy with multiple personalities...
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    Just finished Lord of the Flies. The 3rd part was gripping. Now reading Sarrasine, a short story by Balzac.
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    Just finished Sarrasine. Now reading Colonel Chabert, by the same author. Next work of fiction I plan to read is A Midsummer Night's Dream.
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    I just read Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. Very very funny!!! Well worth reading. You'll never quite look at Mr Darcy the same way again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sassiness View Post
    I just read Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. Very very funny!!! Well worth reading. You'll never quite look at Mr Darcy the same way again!

    I am number 228 in line to get the book from my library (out of 32 copies). I'm crossing my fingers for a thrift store find. lol
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    ebay? amazon?

    it's worth buying. I'll definitely be re-reading in the future!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sassiness View Post
    I just read Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. Very very funny!!! Well worth reading. You'll never quite look at Mr Darcy the same way again!
    Now that sounds great. I hadn't heard about it but have googled it and yup, it's on my list.
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    Now reading A Midsummer Night's Dream
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFolie View Post
    Now reading A Midsummer Night's Dream
    Ahh I read that when I was much younger, and just absolutely adored it!

    I'm currently reading something something Bite something by Jennifer Rardin, bit of vampire fluff while I wait for Namaah's Kiss to arrive from Amazon
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    "A Salty Piece of Land" by Jimmy Buffett. It was a gift and has been sitting on my bookshelf for several years now. Finally reading it because I have nothing else in the house that I haven't read and re-read.

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    I was finished reading "The Plague" by Ablert Camus recently, which was kind of ironic when the swine flu started making the news while I was in the middle of the book.

    I'm currently reading |In a Free State" by V.S. Naipaul - interesting story so far about the challenges of cultural integration and independence.

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    Elizabeth and Mary. It's a comparative history of the rival queens. Great stuff.
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