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Last Post by Elrohwen at 5/25/2012 3:55 AM (40 Replies)
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User is Offline Sarita
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5/23/2012 7:34 AM

Anything good?  Any summer reading plans? 

 I'm still reading "The Murder Room" by PD James - I've not done well on my goal of reading a book a month.  I love Inspector Dalgliesh and his crew...

 The next book I've pulled out to read is "The Cold Moon" by Jeffrey Deaver...another thriller!


User is Offline KytKattin
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5/23/2012 7:47 AM
I am almost done with the first book in a series called The Saga of the Seven Suns by Kevin J. Anderson. It is pure sci-fi. I am reading books that my boyfriend read and enjoyed because I am too cheap to buy books myself and being in between Monterey and Sac meant it would be difficult to borrow from the library.

I really want to read more comics though. I feel wholly unprepared for Comic-con.

User is Offline Mr.Buck
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5/23/2012 7:59 AM
I just got Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy by EL James and Lone Wolf by Jodi Picoult.

I LOVE reading, but dont remember - I get distracted by my animals.

I loved The Hunger Games though!

User is Offline Sarita
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5/23/2012 8:01 AM
Would love to hear what you think of the Fifty Shades of Grey - had some friends rave about this and am tempted to purchase. I love Jodi Picoult...is this a new book?

User is Offline bellemarie
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5/23/2012 8:16 AM
I'm reading The Choice by Nicholas Sparks. It's ok!

User is Offline LoveChaCha
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5/23/2012 8:16 AM
My school textbooks :'(

I really want to read Moloka'i by Alan Brennert!
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User is Offline Sarita
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5/23/2012 8:23 AM
LoveChaCha, I just looked that book up and wow, it sounds amazing. Have you read his other book called "Honolulu"? That books sounds incredible too.

User is Offline LoveChaCha
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5/23/2012 8:39 AM
Sarita, I read the book "Honolulu" and loved it! I highly recommend it!

My boyfriend's mom borrowed a copy of "Moloka'i' from a friend, and when I saw it, it made me remember that I need to get the book
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User is Offline Rei
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5/23/2012 8:49 AM
I haven't started it yet, but my new book sitting with me at work is called "Stern Men" by Elizabeth Gilbert (author of "Eat,Pray,Love"). Its about a girl who goes on a lobster fishing boat with an all male crew, and is a "tough girl" but eventually falls for one of the crew members. Sounds odd but I wanted to give Elizabeth Gilbert's fiction novels a try, and I found it at Half Price Books for $5 so I scooped it up I loved "Eat, Pray, Love" but that was all about her actual life.

User is Offline CinnabunMom
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5/23/2012 8:58 AM
Nothing fun because my graduate advisor hates me. Also nothing in English because, again, my graduate advisor hates me; it's all in Latin or Greek.

I've heard a lot of people talk about Fifty Shades of Gray. I want to try and read that this summer (in between the not-so-fun school stuff)
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User is Offline Mr.Buck
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5/23/2012 9:00 AM
Sarita and anyone else, if you guys have a nook - I'd be willing to share personal e-mail addresses through PM's and share my books. Fifty Shades of Grey is definitely an adult only book! I know there are a ton of younger people here and I'm not trying to get anyones parents mad at me.

I believe Lone Wolf is her latest book, I've read a few others by her and just love how she writes. James Patterson has really good love story books, not many though. And Nicholas Sparks is AMAZING! I still have to finish The Lucky One, it's in my trunk for when I go to the dog park, but still haven't finished, maybe 20 pages in?

I LOVE reading books when the movie is already out. I have such an imagination when I read that I like to find how they translate them to actors.

User is Offline Mr.Buck
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5/23/2012 9:02 AM
Cinnabun Mom - you read Greek? That's awesome, I LOVE different languages, unfortunately I only know a couple words. And maybe a little bit in French and Spanish. Ti kanis?

User is Offline Malp_15
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5/23/2012 9:11 AM
@Sarita I won't go into details about 50 Shades of Grey because like Mr. Buck said, it's definitely an adult only book, but I loved it! I bought the first one just to see what all the hype was about and ended up finishing it in 24 hours and had to rush out and by the next two It's an easy, no think read, but you get caught up in the romance/action. I've gotten 3 of my co-workers into them to!

User is Offline Stickerbunny
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5/23/2012 9:29 AM
I just finished reading "I Am Legend" (way different than the movie btw)... not sure what I am going to read next. Trying to work through all the classics on my tablet. Hmm. Maybe The Man In The Iron Mask.

User is Offline Elrohwen
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5/23/2012 9:45 AM
I just started reading "The Lord of the Rings" for probably the 6th time. I haven't read it in a few years and I think it's great summer reading.

That will take me a while to finish (one of the reasons I started it) and I don't really have anything lined up after it. I'm only 3 books away from finishing Dickens, so I might get those and work on them. I also have some books about dogs on my Amazon wishlist (to add to the collection I already have and get ready for puppy ownership).
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User is Offline CinnabunMom
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5/23/2012 10:08 AM
Posted By Mr.Buck on 05/23/2012 12:02 PM
Cinnabun Mom - you read Greek? That's awesome, I LOVE different languages, unfortunately I only know a couple words. And maybe a little bit in French and Spanish. Ti kanis?

Ime kala. *I think that's the proper response. I actually read Ancient Greek, so my modern Greek is pretty sparse. *


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User is Offline Pandorachik
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5/23/2012 12:47 PM
Hmm... I am going to have to buy 50 shades of gray-- sounds good!
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User is Offline bunnyfriend
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5/23/2012 1:26 PM
Reading Mrs. Dalloway for English class and Learning To Bow for my Japanese class. I'm hoping that I'll be able to read something I really want to read soon.
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User is Offline Sonn
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5/23/2012 1:48 PM
I am re-reading the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind. I have read this series a dozen times and it never gets old.
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User is Offline peppypoo
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5/23/2012 2:02 PM
I've heard a lot about Fifty Shades of Grey...both in the positive and negative sense. However, there is a HILARIOUS reading of excerpts from the book by Gilbert Gottfried, if anyone wants to look it up on youtube. I'm not going to link it because the content is not very G-rated, but it's easy enough to find on youtube and definitely worth at least a few chuckles.

Aside from textbooks and notes recently I picked up a copy of The Curious Incident of the Dog in Night-time...pretty good, quick read. Interesting perspective too - from the point of view of a (presumably) autistic teenager.
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