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suicide_pact    5

I'm currently reading FTW (For The Win) by Cory Doctorow, nearly finished, and have also barely started "Tell-All" by Chuck Palahniuk.

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Redacted    12

"The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" - Stieg Larsson

"The Crimes Of Josef Fritzl: Uncovering The Truth" - Stefanie Marsh & Bojan Pancevski

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zeroday    19

Prime Witness - Steve Martini

Before that I read a few more of Steve's books and re-read the Bourne Identity by Robert Ludum (I have the Bourne Triliogy in both book and dvd :D)

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MyInterest    0

I just started "connecting dots"

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Kerm    51

Just finished it:

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Well what did you think?

Currently reading Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer..

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Damo R.    29,658
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sanctified    1,220

Well what did you think?

Currently reading Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer..

Loved it, made me laught a lot of times.

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garwin    136

"The other side of midnight" - Sidney Sheldon

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+Ely    213

Anyone here use ereaders? I'm thinking between the Nook and the Kindle 2. Both have their pros and cons.

Any opinions on this matter?

I have a Nook and I love it, it has many advantages over other e-readers, such as ability to read .pdf and .epub formats and it has free wi-fi, read my review HERE

I'm currently using my Nook to read "1984" by George Orwell

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Arron    44

These are the books I hope to get through buy the end of the year...

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Im reading Peter Kays book at the moment.

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mokthraka    159

without remorse. for the second time.

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+Frank B.    7,151

'Deutschstunde' by Siegfried Lenz.

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Olemus    18

Flesh House - Stuart MacBride

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Pam14160    319

David Baldacci's "The Whole True"

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spenser.d    1,100

Currently, The Partner by John Grisham. Up next will probably be one of Clive Cussler's newest novels.

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Hell-In-A-Handbasket    277

Star Wars Legacy of the Force: Exile E-book

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arcita    0

Thomas Mann - Joseph the Provider, and of course, there's always Faulkner for a breather. I really like the Clive Cussler books; prose isn't great, but the stories are fun.

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TheGhostWalker    36

Schaduw van de wind by Carlos ruiz zafon or something like that

Original title: La sombra del viento

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backdrifter    13

Prelude to Foundation by Isaac Asimov

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MR_Candyman    114

Adrian Tchaikovsky - Salute the Dark - Book 4 of the Shadows of Apt series.

I've been slowly reading this the last few weeks. It just has yet to grab me like the first 3 books. It might be because I'm only able to read a bit at a time too though, I usually am able to dive into my books at work, but I changed contracts so I can't read at work anymore (yet I can browse the net, go figure)

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Damo R.    29,658
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Fred Derf    217

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I just finished that book. Now I'm going to start George Orwell's 1984.

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soumyasch    22

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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest by Stieg Larsson

Its a good thriller, as are the other two books in the series that precedes this (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl who Played with Fire). The only problem is that in each book, the first one-third is wasted waiting for the story to start. The first 7 or 8 chapters could easily be cut down to 2 or 3 chapters without affecting the story in any way.

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buckboii    3

none, i dont read much if ever except for school.

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