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    ^ I want to read a new book of his about Alex Cross...

    Ever since the summer I've had a really difficult time finishing reading anything I've started. Ugh!

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    ^^Which Alex Cross book?

    7th Heaven is part of that Women's Murder Club series. I've never read any of those books before, but this one is good. And I haven't read any books in a few months. I go through those times where I want to read everything in sight, and then I don't want to read anything at all.

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    Just finished Brave New World. Thought-provoking read, but character development was weak at best and the Shakespeare quotes over the top and ridiculous.
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    Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

    A fun read so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    ^^Which Alex Cross book?

    7th Heaven is part of that Women's Murder Club series. I've never read any of those books before, but this one is good. And I haven't read any books in a few months. I go through those times where I want to read everything in sight, and then I don't want to read anything at all.

    I, Alex or I, Alex Cross

    I work at an Amazon facility, this is one of the more popular books.

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    Wolf Hall about Henry VIII's reign.

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    U is for Undertow by Sue Grafton. The newest in her alaphabet series and a real page turner.
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    Rereading The Mitford Sisters. As good as ever.
    'Those who sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.' Ben Franklin

    "When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying the cross."
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikmccall View Post
    I, Alex or I, Alex Cross

    I work at an Amazon facility, this is one of the more popular books.
    Thanks. I'll have to remember to pick that book up.

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    Just started reading Terry Pratchett's 'Unseen Academicals'. Bit apprehensive as its based around football and I hate that but love Pratchett. I shall see how it goes.

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    just finished 'wetlands' by charlotte roche.
    it's gross, hilarious, and totally endearing at the same time.
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    Vita- Melania G. Mazzucco. It's very interesting, but I'm reading it Italian, and I'm really rusty so it's slow going.

    I got a new Italian pen(email) pal, and we've been working on my Italian, so I took this on as a project to help brush up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    Thanks. I'll have to remember to pick that book up.
    It's I Alex Cross. Got it for Christmas. Also,I really loved Alex Cross's Trial. About his Grandfather-takes place in a small town in Mississippi. Maybe it's because I am from a small town in Mississippi,but it was really good.
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    I would be reading the first Sookie Stackhouse book, if I could find where I put it...
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    I got a couple of really bad thrillers for Christmas from mr. butt's aunt. I may dip into them this week, if only to see how bad they are.
    'Those who sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.' Ben Franklin

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