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impetus ok who knows the way out
02/08/14 7:48 am

AW Towzer - the pursuit of God. Done very well mr Towzer.

PsalmSeven Iowa
02/08/14 1:16 am

As a matter of fact, yes! "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth..."

bohemiandreamer wherever I am
02/07/14 9:31 pm

Gone Girl and Sharp Objects. Both are written by G. Flynn. Wild books! Disfunction to the max!

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9289 Michigan
02/08/14 2:01 pm

I also just finished Gone Girl and looking forward to reading the other ones. It was wild!

bohemiandreamer wherever I am
02/08/14 6:00 pm

Movie coming out in March with a different ending.

alliecat096
02/07/14 8:40 pm

Looking for Alaska, The Fault in Our Stars, Divergent, Insurgent, Allegiant, The Spectacular Now, The Book Thief. I had a lot of time to read because of winter break and snow days. These were all fantastic!

bohemiandreamer wherever I am
02/07/14 9:27 pm

Re: Games of Thrones. Love the TV series. Is the book better?

pappaledu
02/07/14 5:54 pm

Speaker for the Dead (sequel to Ender's Game) Philosophy, Religion, Science Fiction in perfect harmony.

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Deglett Wisconsin
02/07/14 5:41 pm

I am number four! So good

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Obamaican
02/07/14 2:28 pm

I stopped reading books when they came out with the TV...

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ladyniner81 no hope for humanity
02/07/14 2:22 pm

Mark Twain biography vol 1
a few of Phillippa Gregory books
Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver
the Book Theif
a few history books. One on the Middle East that was boring, one that was written by Stephen Ambrose that was interesting.

escapist xoxo
02/07/14 1:10 pm

The Ocean at the End of the Lane. Or really anything by Neil Gaiman

BOOOBAMA
02/07/14 12:14 pm

Common Sense by Thomas Paine

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ben3dover
02/07/14 4:45 am

Thirteen reasons why and the one who flew over the cuckoos nest

Redwallr hyrule
02/06/14 11:36 pm

WAY to many to count! I love to read

Daniel17LU Virginia
02/06/14 11:24 pm

Harry Potter, 1-6 so far...

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RockyHorror
02/06/14 10:09 pm

I've read a bunch lately but most recently was The Green Mile by Stephen King.

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JennaF sunflower state of mind
02/06/14 9:46 pm

A Separate Peace. The end had me bawling.

dahawwl Texas
02/06/14 9:17 pm

The Invention of Wings, The Goldfinch, and Inferno.

TabletJunkie Timbuktu
02/06/14 7:25 pm

Does it count as reading if the book is read to me via audible?

gspresq9791 Connecticut
02/06/14 7:11 pm

Portrait of an Addict as A Young Man, Crazy Rich & Below Stairs

SammyTheCat Meowville, USA
02/06/14 6:18 pm

I am Malala- incredible story <3

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EmWalt Meet Jim the Duck
02/06/14 6:08 pm

"A Thousand Splendid Suns" and "Book Thief" and "The Once and Future King"

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EmWalt Meet Jim the Duck
02/06/14 6:10 pm

By Khaled Hosseini, Markus Zusak, and T.H. White respectively

dahawwl Texas
02/06/14 9:18 pm

I loved the Book Thief. What did think of the ending?

38041 Georgia
02/07/14 5:02 am

I just finished the book thief too. Such a beautiful book. My son is reading it now.

gjb2779
02/06/14 4:25 pm

The 2 newest Baldacci books

Injectable Trump Killed Babbitt
02/06/14 4:13 pm

Viper 3

A book from the 70's I found on a dusty shelf which entails a group of escaped convicts taking over a minuteman silo. It was entertaining enough, ending could have been better. It was a little Saprano's-esq

indiewest cat person
02/06/14 3:54 pm

The Fault in Our Stars and East of Eden.

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38041 Georgia
02/07/14 5:04 am

Love John Green. Have you read Looking for Alaska? I think I like it better than TFIOS.
And I love East of Eden too. Several of my students are reading it right now.

cameronkelly
02/06/14 3:03 pm

Atlas Shrugged

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38041 Georgia
02/07/14 5:05 am

What did you think? I loved the fountainhead, but I haven't gotten to atlas shrugged yet.

cameronkelly
02/07/14 5:25 am

in the process of reading it, bout half way done, great for demonstrating the wider application of fountainheads ideas

ladyniner81 no hope for humanity
02/07/14 2:07 pm

I had a hard time reading that. Part of it was because it was sooooo long, and I'd forget characters. But it was scary but interesting.

pisomojado
02/06/14 1:56 pm

Keith Richards's autobiography. What a hoot.

furbabymama Indiana
02/06/14 1:53 pm

The Wisdom of Psychopaths by Kevin Dutton.

ELATeacher
02/06/14 1:20 pm

Many! I am working my way through Asimov's Foundation Series now. Before that was Herbert's Dune Series. And of course some good theological and spiritual works thrown (I have to stay current on in my field).

Wunsbee ATX
02/06/14 1:14 pm

'Night' by Eliezer Wiesel

Loved it, couldn't put it down.

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PrincessPetal Austin, TX
02/06/14 3:24 pm

I read that last year! It was short and sweet, but still awful about what they went through

brittani Support Our Troops
02/06/14 12:38 pm

Lone Survivor, American Assassin, and of course all of the 50 Shades of Grey ha

cornybread The Large Malus Fruit
02/06/14 11:47 am

I'm reading The Help. It's a FANTASTIC read. The movie was one of my favorites and I worship all of the actresses in it, and I'd say that it comes closer to being as good as the book than any other film adaptation I've seen.

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nellinunu
02/06/14 11:22 am

Divergent

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CAKE is good for the soul.
02/06/14 9:49 am

I'm on book 12 of Wheel of Time.. I took a break and read a few other series.

Currently reading a painfully boring book on Excel. D:

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yankeefan246 Tracy,CA
02/06/14 8:38 am

I just finished reading Into the Wild for school and I thought it was really good

Evseng2
02/06/14 8:29 am

No. Not because I don't like to read. I just haven't read lately

I'm
About to jump into Divergent

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mark1
02/06/14 8:21 am

Things that Matter
Superfreakonomics
But Will it Liberate

christine1986
02/06/14 8:14 am

The light of other days
The moral animal
Hidden reality
Freakanomics
Oryx and crake
John does at the end
This book is full of spiders
Damned

christine1986
02/06/14 8:16 am

Stiff, the curious life of human cadavers
Plato and a platypus walk into a bar
Sophie's world
The disappearing spoon
The vampire chronicles
The god delusion

indiewest cat person
02/06/14 3:57 pm

Oh I loved Stiff! It was so interesting!

pekin
02/06/14 6:38 pm

Out of this list, what was your favorite?

Harrison666 Eugene Oregon
02/06/14 8:09 am

America a guide to democracy inaction, Shawshank, and The Lost World (Jurrassic Park 2).

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OperationCobra Florida
02/06/14 7:51 am

I never read... and by never I mean I do like once a year. But yesterday I finished Letters From a Skeptic... it was amazing!

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