WHAT R U READING NOW?

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Hi, I noticed that no one has been really posting much here, so I thought I would see if I could get us talking lol. Which book are you reading right now?

I was reading one and was about half way through but can't seem to find it lol. Think I'll start a new one. gonna go get one and tell u all what I'm gonna read LOL Ok next book I'm reading is called "The untamed Hunter" by Lisnday McKenna.

Should be good :) LOL

Happy Reading!

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Julie - posted on 01/21/2009

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I just read The Last Promise by Richard Paul Evans; Made in the USA by Billie Letts; and The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wrobleski. All three were pretty good. Made in the USA I read in a day, it was a little more graphic then I thought it would be, but still good, it is about a 15 year old girl and her younger brother who are homeless in Las Vegas, and the problems that they run into. The Last Promise is a love story that takes place in Italy. It was a light read, but pretty good. The Story of Edgar Sawtelle was really good, I didn't want to put it down. It is about a boy who is mute but not deaf who lives on a farm. He and his family raise a special breed of dogs called Sawtelle dogs. It was a beautiful story, but it was definitely a little sad.

User - posted on 01/13/2009

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My last three books were: The Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns, and The Necklace. I absolutely loved the first two books, they were amazing. I just finished the third book and I really enjoyed it too.

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Kristin - posted on 04/03/2010

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I just read Big Girl By Danielle Steel. I am currently reading The Book Of Tomorrow By Cecelia Ahern. Next up I will be reading Juliet Naked By Nick Hornby

Lori - posted on 03/25/2010

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I also read the twilight series, i finished all 4 books in 6 days. i loved them. last week i read a book called "The Translator" by Daoud Hari, it is a true story about a mans journey in Dafur. it is a good book. it makes you very thankful for the peaceful country we live in. i couldn't imagine going through what he did or what anyone in Darfur goes through every day.
I started to read "Push" by Sapphire on Sunday at 4:00pm and was finished it at about 1:00am. it was a good book. i recommend reading it.
I am now reading "My sisters keeper" it is really good so far.
I love to read and would love to hear everyone recommendations on what great books they have read that they want to pass along to rec me to read.
another good book i read that is a good book for moms is called "Mothers need time-outs too" by Susan Callahan, Anne Nolen & Katrin Schumann
"Circle of Stones" by Judith Duerk is a good book for women to read.
i have so many other great books the list could go on forever lol but i will end it there.
have a great day and enjoy your books

Kirsty - posted on 12/30/2009

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Right now I am reading Memoirs of a Geisha....but I have the newest Nicholas Sparks book (The Last Song) and the last 2 books in the Shopoholic series in my "To Read" pile.

Lyndsay - posted on 07/21/2009

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Inkheart by Cornelia Funke. It's actually a children's book and now made into a movie, but so far its pretty good.

Tanya - posted on 05/22/2009

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i'm currently reading the deryni series by Katherine Kurtz. not bad for the $1 i paid for each book. kinda black and white though. i'm also finishing the wheel of time series by robert jordon

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I just finished reading "Relic" by Douglas Preston. It was very good. I also just loved the Shack, that was such a good book.. just had to comment on that. I find when I read I fixate on one writer, read almost all they have and then get bored and move on to the next. I joined this group hoping to be introduced to some different writers, as it is hard to find a new book to read sometimes. :)

Nancy - posted on 03/04/2009

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Quoting Ashley:



I recently saw Jodi Picoult books on sale at a book store... Was wondering about them now I may have to go back and pick one up!






Nineteen Minutes is an awesome book.  That is the only book of hers that I have read so far. 

Nancy - posted on 03/04/2009

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I just finished A Thousand Splendid Suns (loved it!!). My book clud has picked The Thirteenth Tale. Let you know how I liked it.

Lori - posted on 03/04/2009

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I would love to read along with you guys, I'm really into self help or networking books, but also liked the Twilght series very much. 



Is there anyone interested in reading motivational self help books?  I have quite a few to recommend that has helped me in my home based business :)



Let me know :)

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I am reading Odd Thomas the first book in the series by Dean Koontz.   Not too bad so far, but I am only on capter four.

Emily - posted on 02/18/2009

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Just Finished Jane Eyre, I haven't read it since high school.  Found a new edition with some wonderful illustrations in the graphic novel style by Dame Darcy. I loved iot then and i love it now.   I've been reading paranormal bodice rippers since I gave birth to my son. it was nice to read something classy for once.

Teaisha - posted on 02/17/2009

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Quoting Susan:

I am currently reading the Shack and it is really amazing, It is written by a Canadian and the concept is very interesting, I am not what you would call a religious person but this book gives some real food for thought in these troubling times.


Im also reading this book I just find it slow at times.

KathieLyn - posted on 02/17/2009

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I have been told to get this book and read it by a very good friend, was it good ? I am anxious to read it  I am waiting for it to be returned to the library, hope I enjoy it it sounds awesome..

KathieLyn - posted on 02/17/2009

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I am reading a book by Jodi Picoult, she is an awesome authour my daughter collects her books and we are reading ehm all, if you get a chance to read some by her you should.Enjoy reading!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Susan - posted on 02/17/2009

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I just finished The Shack and it was very insightful. I am not a overly religious person but I found this writers style for unique and definitly worth the read

Ashley - posted on 02/05/2009

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I recently saw Jodi Picoult books on sale at a book store... Was wondering about them now I may have to go back and pick one up!

Karen - posted on 02/03/2009

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Try The Moonlit Cage- Linda Holeman . I'm now reading anything by Jodi Picoult... My sister's Keeper, 19 minutes ... loved them!

Susan - posted on 02/02/2009

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I am currently reading the Shack and it is really amazing, It is written by a Canadian and the concept is very interesting, I am not what you would call a religious person but this book gives some real food for thought in these troubling times.

User - posted on 01/30/2009

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I just finished "The Hindi Bindi Club" ~ it was FABULOUS...I'd strongly recommend it!



I've just started reading "Three Cups of Tea" ~ thanks for the earlier suggestions on this book!

Krystyl - posted on 01/29/2009

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I am now currently reading Planis of passage (fourth ? in the Earth's Children Series ) - By Jean M. Auel



as well as Bones to ashes by Kathy Reichs

Dena - posted on 01/14/2009

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I am reading Maniac Magee. My twins are in an accelerated book club at school so I am reading all the books on their list before they read them to make sure I thing they are appropriate for their age. I have already read Out of The Dust and The Giver. Interesting, but very deep.

Amy - posted on 01/14/2009

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I recently finished the Twilight series. It was fantastic and definitely recommend to anyone who in interested in a non sappy love story with a bit of a twist!

Christine - posted on 01/12/2009

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Just finished the ASSOICIATE by John Grisham, I am a law story junkie that and Dean Koontz.

Sandy - posted on 01/05/2009

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Three Cups of Tea is on my pile to read! Good to know it will be worth it! Thanks!

Joanna - posted on 01/05/2009

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I'm reading the Book of Negroes. It is amazing! Its heart wrenching a times. I really have a hard time putting it down. If anyone likes historical fiction you should try this one.

The other one I read very recently was Three Cups of Tea. Again an amazing book. Its a true story of an american man who started a non-profit organization to build schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The power of one is unbelievable. I highly reccommend both of these books.

Sandy - posted on 01/04/2009

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I read the poisonwood bible this past summer...it's an amazing book!!
After this book that I'm reading right now, I am going to try and finish the Twilight series...read the first 2. My girlfriend got the whole set for Christmas so I get to borrow them!! Yay me!!

Tracey - posted on 01/04/2009

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I am reading The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver. Is there a book for the month of January that everyone is reading I just joined.

Sandy - posted on 01/01/2009

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I am currently reading Flowers On My Grave by Ruth Teichroeb. It is the true story of an Ojibwa boy who committed suicide when he was 13 and how his death "has helped break the silence on child abuse".

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