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+Ely    179

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Jesus, Interrupted, started it a few weeks ago.

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Mathachew    149
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Paul Ferson    51

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Christmas gift from my mum, and one of the final books I need to own everything Clarkson has published. There are still a few, I believe (Planet Dagenham, among them), but I can get those in the future. I like Clarkson's writings, and I do find his sense of humor appealing even if I don't always agree wirth what he says. This should be a quick and fun read.

For anyone who remembers the last book I read (Wilbur Smith's Birds of Prey), it was something I highly recommend. I enjoyed it a lot, but not everyone might. You could get a good idea of Smith's writing style from Eagle in the Sky if you wanted a shorter sample of his abilities.

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Mathachew    149

The first of a very long journey:

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Mathachew    149
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Mainer82    40

Left Behind: The Glorious Appearing

I have one more book left in this excellent series.

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Growled    3,880

James Rollins - The Devil Colony

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Ezaura    10
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Phouchg    2,050

Just ordered Dragon Age: Asunder, from what little I could spare. Gaider's writing in the first two books has left much to ask for, but I do want to know the general direction the next game will take with his lead. And that counts for everything. Will be a read for several night shifts.

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Geoffrey B.    1,414

Just started this last night, my wife is already on the latest book in the series.

BoneShaker - Cherie Priest

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Pink Floyd    15

Reading Strawberry shortcake to my daughter every nights hehe (Y)

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sanctified    1,219
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+Frank B.    7,104
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Mathachew    149

I just finished this about an hour ago. Strobel's first novel, really well done.

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And now back to fantasy:

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Mystic Mungis    678
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evo_spook    54

Lyonesse - Suldruns Garden

by Jack Vance

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Growled    3,880

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.

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Fred Derf    212

The Wheel of Time is written in real time. For every day you spend reading that series the characters age about one day.

As Mathachew said, it's a very long journey.

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Chemical    0

The Primal Screamer by Nick Blinko.

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Techno_Funky    18

Ice Hunt - James Rollins

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Mathachew    149
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Lingwo    489

I, Partridge - We Need To Talk About Alan

Had it ages now but finally got round to reading it. Takes me ages to start a book :laugh: . Last one i read before that was Scott Pilgrim... quite a big gap between books.

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Fred Derf    212

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I'm currently re-reading the Winds of the Forelands series. As soon as I finish the last book (book 5) then I'll start on a follow up series that I haven't read before. There are now three books in the "Blood of the Southlands" series. Both series take place in the same world which is inhabited by two races: the Eandi who cannot use magic and the white-haired but short-lived Qirsi who each can access one or more magic power (gleaning, fire, healing, mists/winds, shaping, language of beasts and mind-bending). A Qirsi who can access all of the magics (and do more with them) is called a Weaver.

At any rate, I've got the first book of the second series sitting here ready to go but I wanted to remind myself what had been happening in the first series. I'm almost ready to start the new series.

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Mathachew    149
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