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Last Post by Memarie at 10/14/2012 9:37 AM (30 Replies)
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User is Offline Svandis
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10/13/2012 2:49 PM
Another great book ive recently read is "her fearful symmetry". My gooood is it good! I would google it or look it up on amazon. I'm not great at describing books/doing it justice. I Can say though, it is very omnious, dark, sad - yet extremly loving.

User is Offline Sarita
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10/13/2012 2:57 PM
Oh, just looked that up on Barnes & Noble Svandis - it's by the author of "The Time Traveler's Wife" and I ordered a sample for my Nook to remind me to purchase it when I've done some more reading of my other books - it sounds fantastic.

That's one thing I love about Nook is ordering the sample so I don't have to purchase the full book until I'm ready and it reminds me of what I want to read.

User is Offline Memarie
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10/13/2012 3:21 PM
I never heard of "The Historian" before reading this thread. I looked more into it and it sounds really good. I'll definitely add it to my "to read list" (which seems to get longer every day). Thanks!

I'm currently reading "Out of Oz", the final book in the Wicked Years series by Gregory Maquire. The first book in the series, "Wicked" was fantastic (and had a broadway musical of the same name based on it) but everything since has been a bit of a chore to get through. While this book is an improvement I'll be glad when the series over.

And for anyone who hasn't read Watership Down yet. It's amazing! Hands down one of my favourite books. I don't even know how many times I read it growing up.

User is Offline Skipper's Mama
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10/13/2012 3:45 PM
Sarita oh my gosh. I thought I had waterworks while reading My Sister's Keeper. It was ten times worse while I was reading The Time Traveler's Wife. I honestly don't think I can re-read the book for fear of how much I would cry through it.

User is Offline Bones
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10/13/2012 4:14 PM
I'm reading The Bourne Ultimatum by Robert Ludlum for the forth time.

User is Offline RabbitPam
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10/14/2012 1:54 AM
Thanks for the tip about The Historian. I think I'll put it on my list, too.
I also found Maquire a bit laborous and finally gave up. I like his concepts, but maybe the writing bogged? I don't remember anything except being disappointed.
Also, thanks for the reminder about The Time Traveler's Wife. So many raves, but then I saw the movie first. Mum said the book was much better.
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10/14/2012 3:35 AM
After Stormy passed away, I ordered a book called "Animal Spirit- Our faithful companion's transition to the afterlife" by Penelope Smith. Has anyone read this? It's a bit "out there" with a lot about telepathy and what not but I'm finding it comforting. I just started it yesterday. I had ordered it online but couldn't bring myself to start it.
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User is Offline CinnabunMom
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10/14/2012 3:52 AM
Memaire: I agree. The books following Wicked were....ugh. Especially A Lion Among Men, that one was pretty painful. I haven't picked up the last book yet. I'm almost scared to. Wicked was so impressive, and everything else paled by comparison, that I'm almost hesitant to even try.
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10/14/2012 4:45 AM
LPT, I saw that and was curious about it, but wasn't ready to read it either. Let me know what you think of it. I'd love to read an excerpt.
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User is Offline Svandis
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10/14/2012 9:23 AM
Sarita - I'm glad you found it interesting It is a real page turner. I cried and i laughed so many times. It's a book I won't forget.

User is Offline Memarie
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10/14/2012 9:37 AM
Cinnabunmom: I completely agree about Lion Among Men. "Painful" is how i usually describe it to others. Out of Oz isn't bad, to be honest. It answers a lot of questions posed by the other books and its nice to see loose ends tied up. I just find that I don't care about any of the characters because of all the terrible choices they made in the previous books. But like I said, I'll be glad when the series is over lol.
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