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Cole12 December 17th, 2016 8:17pm

Finals week is over; time for 3 weeks of relaxation and pleasure reading. First up: "The House of Mirth" by Edith Wharton. What are you reading right now?

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12/21/16 7:22 pm

The Nature of the Beast by Louise Penny.

ladyniner81 people suck
12/20/16 3:08 pm

I just finished Cutting for Stone, which was very good. Forgot the author though. Now I started the House At Riverton by Kate Morton.

jmw7477 Indiana
12/18/16 10:03 am

I've got a few Weight Watchers books on my list for the next few weeks.

evoecon nearest binary system
12/17/16 10:39 pm

Einstein, His Life and Universe. Walter Isaacson.

CDFL alt right, alt snowflake
12/17/16 10:24 pm

Textbooks...for fun...what have I become...

CDFL alt right, alt snowflake
12/17/16 10:25 pm

I brought 8 books from school back home for break to read (won't actually read them all) and 4 are textbooks

susanr Colorado
12/17/16 10:09 pm

I just finished the latest Jack Reacher book, Night School by Lee Child. Not sure where I'm going next. I'll probably get back to Ed Yong's I Contain Multitudes. I see Ebola1 is still working on it, too.

mudkip17 United States of Texas
12/17/16 7:06 pm

America's war for the greater middle east. It's a military history on US involvement for the last 60 years in the middle east

SupremeDolphin They.them
12/17/16 6:18 pm

Wall Street and FDR: The True Story of How Franklin D. Roosevelt Colluded with Corporate America, by Anthony C. Sutton. It's pretty good, I'm about 1/4 into it.

ProudCentrist Chicago, Illinois
12/17/16 5:52 pm

Not reading anything right now, but because schools over for the semester, I have time to go to the library

TheCameron UCF
12/17/16 5:42 pm

Crime and Punishment

12/17/16 5:28 pm

Still recovering from finals haha, but making slow but steady progress on Water for Elephants. Had to put it down from Sept-now, but I'm back at it:)

dfish at home
12/17/16 5:08 pm

My gf just bought me Bryan Cranston's book, so I'll be reading that :)

brentwho Home
12/17/16 4:39 pm

About halfway through Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at the moment.

Torfin Never Behind
12/17/16 4:01 pm

Instruction manuals on how to become a Home Inspector

Kimbobee the middle of nowhere
12/17/16 3:54 pm

The Mermaid Chair. Almost done with that one and then I'm moving onto All the Light We Cannot See and Wuthering Heights.

Cole12 ...
12/17/16 6:41 pm

I read Wuthering Height over Thanksgiving break...great book! The first few chapters are slow, but once you get into it, you won't be able to put it down. Now I really want to read Jane Eyre.

Kimbobee the middle of nowhere
12/17/16 6:45 pm

I just read Jane Eyre last month! We're doing a flip flop haha

Kimbobee the middle of nowhere
12/17/16 6:59 pm

I did! I wish I hadn't seen spoilers before reading it though...the beginning of the book had an introduction written by someone else and they basically gave away the entire book! 😠

Cole12 ...
12/18/16 7:06 am

The intro to my version of Wuthering Heights did the same thing...fortunately I skipped it.

Kimbobee the middle of nowhere
12/18/16 7:08 am

Yeah, I just started it last night and saw it had an introduction as well. At least I knew to skip it this time!

mistah Happy Happy Joy Joy
12/17/16 3:04 pm

A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn

pedwingeorge Benson IL
12/17/16 2:45 pm

Just finished To Kill a Mockingbird

Maj Worth Economist
12/17/16 2:23 pm

Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat, by Bee Wilson.

Cole12 ...
12/17/16 3:18 pm

That looks really good.

Ebola1 Florida
12/17/16 2:07 pm

I Contain Multitudes by Ed Yong

squiggly Ohio
12/17/16 1:59 pm

Uhhh finals week is NOT over for some people. Please pray for me

jadeburt Ann Arbor, Michigan
12/17/16 1:25 pm

The Seven Miracles that Saved America by Chris Stewart