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    Dib's
    Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:25 pm
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    Yes he does! I'd have to look to be sure but I THINK there were several years between the publication of book 4 and book 5. Too much time for this old broad to remember all the story lines. icon_redface.gif


    I'm now on book three and I need sleep rotfl.gif
    Chicagoland Chef du Jour
    Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:37 am
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    Just started "Tallgrass" by Sandra Dallas

    Based on the interment camp in Colorado that was built to house the Japanese after Pearl Harbor.
    As seen thru the eyes of a 13y/o girl that lives in the CO town.
    Olive*
    Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:48 am
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    Chicagoland Chef du Jour wrote:
    Just started "Tallgrass" by Sandra Dallas

    Based on the interment camp in Colorado that was built to house the Japanese after Pearl Harbor.
    As seen thru the eyes of a 13y/o girl that lives in the CO town.


    I read "Tallgrass" a few years ago and thought it was pretty good. icon_smile.gif I have liked most of Sandra Dallas's books.
    racrgal
    Fri Jan 18, 2013 12:22 pm
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    Dib's wrote:
    racrgal wrote:


    Yes he does! I'd have to look to be sure but I THINK there were several years between the publication of book 4 and book 5. Too much time for this old broad to remember all the story lines. icon_redface.gif


    I'm now on book three and I need sleep rotfl.gif


    LOL Those books have that effect!
    Sue Lau
    Fri Jan 18, 2013 6:14 pm
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    Actually I am reading Harry Potter (Sorcerer's Stone) which I never read, but borrowed the kindle edition. Heavy reading, eh? icon_lol.gif
    I will be starting to read my uncle's book Legacy of Honor which he has finally published and I downloaded to the kindle. I am so jealous. But maybe if I can find the time to finish up my book I can give him a run for his money. My problem is I am so harsh on myself that I keep cutting parts out and rewriting them, second-guessing myself. I wish I were more confident about it.
    Anyhoo, a shameless plug for Uncle's book is Legacy of Honor by Edward Grant Ries. He has it on amazon.
    It is a fictional account of my hot-blooded Scottish ancestors. I am not in it, unfortunately, although I have been accused of being old enough (once or twice). icon_wink.gif
    Chicagoland Chef du Jour
    Sun Jan 20, 2013 4:08 pm
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    Olive* wrote:
    Chicagoland Chef du Jour wrote:
    Just started "Tallgrass" by Sandra Dallas

    Based on the interment camp in Colorado that was built to house the Japanese after Pearl Harbor.
    As seen thru the eyes of a 13y/o girl that lives in the CO town.


    I read "Tallgrass" a few years ago and thought it was pretty good. icon_smile.gif I have liked most of Sandra Dallas's books.


    Good to know, thanks.

    I blew thru all of Stuart Woods books and William Casey Moreton> SO GOOD! He has 3 books i believe.
    Olive*
    Sun Jan 20, 2013 4:31 pm
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    Chicagoland Chef du Jour wrote:
    Olive* wrote:
    Chicagoland Chef du Jour wrote:
    Just started "Tallgrass" by Sandra Dallas

    Based on the interment camp in Colorado that was built to house the Japanese after Pearl Harbor.
    As seen thru the eyes of a 13y/o girl that lives in the CO town.


    I read "Tallgrass" a few years ago and thought it was pretty good. icon_smile.gif I have liked most of Sandra Dallas's books.


    Good to know, thanks.

    I blew thru all of Stuart Woods books and William Casey Moreton> SO GOOD! He has 3 books i believe.


    I don't think I have ever read those authors. I will add them to my list. I am always looking for a good book to read! icon_biggrin.gif
    duonyte
    Mon Jan 21, 2013 3:51 pm
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    I've been reading/re-reading the books in David Weber's Honor Harrington series - space opera stuff. I had read some in the past, and had a hard time following the storyline, until I realized my library was missing a lot of the volumes. Then I learned that several of the later volumes had a CD enclosed which included all of the books in the series published to date. So I've been filling in my gaps of knowledge and a whole lot more makes sense now.

    What is fun about these books is that women are on an equal footing with men in most of this fantasy universe. Gives you a bit of a jolt from time to time, as you read them.... Especially as the backdrop for the tales is military/war.....
    racrgal
    Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:57 pm
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    I finished two biographies over the weekend, neither would I recommend.

    Charles Manson Now by Marlin Marynick is quite strange. Parts of the book are written by the still incarcerated Charles Manson and do not make a bit more sense than he did many years ago. The author thinks very highly of Manson's "art" and creativity almost to the point of worship. Can't say as I agree. Manson was/is an environmentalist and even from jail has recruited followers to his AWTA (air water trees animals) philosophy. A bit extreme, they believe we should immediately go back to relying on horses for all travel needs. I was amazed to learn that even today, people have moved from the opposite side of the country just to be close to his prison. (He may or may not decide to let them come see him.) Only a little over 200 pages and I was skimming by halfway.

    Steve McQueen a Biography by Marc Eliot was a better read but still not good. If a biography is supposed to be dull, boring, endless facts, this book rates right up there. The author went into great detail about every director, producer, or manager who ever crossed McQueen's path. Some of the facts were interesting (McQueen turned down playing opposite Newman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid) but presented in such a way as to be dull as sawdust. Yes, he managed to make Steve McQueen DULL! A 309 page book which would have been much better if it was at least 100 pages shorter.

    Happily I downloaded both of these books from the library and didn't purchase either one.
    Olive*
    Tue Jan 22, 2013 7:44 pm
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    I bought a kindle PaperWhite in October. I have no problem with the kindle reader. I like it. My problem is with the transcribing of the books that are put on Kindle, especially if the book is older. In some of the e-books, there are several spaces/gaps between words or paragraphs, which to me, makes it awkward to read. And then there are sentences with only two words in it. Errr! icon_mad.gif Also, there are misspelled words. I’m no spelling bee champ but, still! Anybody else notice this? I’ll step off my soapbox now and get back to my reading. icon_lol.gif
    Dib's
    Thu Jan 24, 2013 12:50 pm
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    Olive* wrote:
    I’ll step off my soapbox now and get back to my reading. icon_lol.gif


    I guess I should say "good luck" icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif
    racrgal
    Thu Jan 24, 2013 2:49 pm
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    Olive* wrote:
    I bought a kindle PaperWhite in October. I have no problem with the kindle reader. I like it. My problem is with the transcribing of the books that are put on Kindle, especially if the book is older. In some of the e-books, there are several spaces/gaps between words or paragraphs, which to me, makes it awkward to read. And then there are sentences with only two words in it. Errr! icon_mad.gif Also, there are misspelled words. I’m no spelling bee champ but, still! Anybody else notice this? I’ll step off my soapbox now and get back to my reading. icon_lol.gif


    I have a NookColor, Yes, I have noticed poor quality in e-books. The absolute worst are the free ones. In addition to misspellings, I've had pages missing in many of the free books. So much so that the only free books I read now are the ones I download from my local library.
    pippotto
    Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:05 am
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    i am reading about the new era of Social Web Marketing! Advertising on Social Network

    I find it very interesting, and i found also some websites where to earn some money to go to supermarket and get ingredients for my recipes!!!! That's crazy...they gives you money to like something on facebbok, or to watch a youtube video!!!! I already started to get money.

    Nex book i want to read is the one about Carlo Cracco, famous italian chef!

    Cheers
    CindiJ
    Fri Feb 01, 2013 1:57 pm
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    I am a light reader...if it is a hard ready or heavy subject, it bothers me too much and for far too long. Right now I am reading Daughter of Time by Sarah Woodbury. It's interesting enough to make me google about The Prince of Wales Llywelyn Gwynedd and learn more of the English history.
    joan in CNY
    Sat Feb 02, 2013 8:03 pm
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    Some time ago someone here posted a comment about DeMille's "The Panther". Did not give it a good review as I remember. After 75 pages I have given up on it. Settings in the middle east do not interest me and I cannot take any more of John Corey's smart alec remarks! Very disappointed as I have always enjoyed his previous books. Another author with burnout?
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