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    M&Mers
    Sun Mar 31, 2013 11:36 am
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    I've been spending most of my free time recently watching Season 3 of Downton Abbey (I got the 3 discs from my library) so have had little time to read. I love, love, love this series! Once again, many thanks to whomever first mentioned it in this thread! I was quite sad to come to the end of it. I had been reading Observations by Jane Harris and was actually almost finished it. I find myself not interested enough to pick it up again! I enjoyed the beginning of the story but found it a little odd the further I got into it. Maybe my head is still in Edwardian England!

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    Dib's
    Tue Apr 02, 2013 2:38 pm
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    I'm not addicted to reading. I can quit as soon as I finish one more chapter icon_lol.gif

    Book Four of Game of Thrones!
    NurseJaney
    Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:15 pm
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    Just finished a thoroughly enchanting book --"The Widower's tale" by Julia Glass ! ---" a captivating tale about loyalties, rivalries, secrets of a particular family " -- takes place outside Boston in an historic farmhouse. I frequently complain about too many characters, but these are well defined, and interact in a totally plausible manner. Not heavy reading, but just couldn't put the book down ! She has other books out -- I will be looking for "Three Junes" next.
    duonyte
    Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:50 am
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    I just listened to the audio version of "Death by Water" by Kerry Greenwood. She is an Austrialian author, and the book is set at the end of the Roaring Twenties on a luxury liner on its way to NZ. It is a mystery, quite interesting, and I find that I want to track down the earlier ones in this series.
    NurseJaney
    Mon Apr 15, 2013 12:25 pm
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    DID read "Three Junes", by Julia Glass -- definitely NOT my cuppa tea ! The beginning introduction to most of the characters was very confusing as to time and relationship, but I got past that. The rest of the book dealt heavily with AIDS in the 70's and 80's, and the long slow decline of gay men who were friends of the main character. I remember those days -- very depressing. Not in a hurry to explore her other book.
    karskitch
    Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:13 pm
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    i just finished reading - Julia's Kitchen Wisdom: Essential Techniques and Recipes from a Lifetime of Cooking by Julia Child. Pretty handy, i borrowed it from a friend of mine. Might buy one myself . read the reviews here
    Ducky
    Tue Apr 16, 2013 2:01 pm
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    I'm reading Opium Season: A Year on the Afghan Frontier by Joel Hafvenstein. It is quite interesting and has a unique perspective that you don't hear from the media. The author is working with an agency trying to rebuild Afghanistan. I'm about halfway through the book.
    Zurie
    Tue Apr 16, 2013 2:54 pm
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    I found a Roald Dahl short story book among my paperbacks, of which I've read about 70% of the stories ages ago.

    I'm now reading those I never read before. My goodness, what a diabolically clever horror writer he is!!!

    If you've never read him, and you like shock-horror short stories, DO try him! icon_lol.gif
    nemokitty
    Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:05 pm
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    Just started a new author to me: Linwood Barclay. The title is "Trust Your Eyes."
    nemokitty
    Mon Apr 22, 2013 6:35 pm
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    nemokitty wrote:
    Just started a new author to me: Linwood Barclay. The title is "Trust Your Eyes."

    I really liked this author so it's back to the library and pick up more of his. icon_biggrin.gif
    nemokitty
    Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:58 pm
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    I guess it's just me again: I started Lisa Gardner's "The Perfect Husband." Creepy!
    Studentchef
    Mon Apr 29, 2013 6:18 pm
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    I just finished reading Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Another period novel, this time on the supposed secret life the 16th President lived.

    It goes back and forth between supposed journal entries Abraham Lincoln made since he was a teenager, and fictionalized details the author claimed (in an introduction) had to write in order to fill in the gaps, to give a bigger picture of what life was like while Abraham Lincoln was a vampire hunter. The novel also gives a reason why African slavery was permitted in America, by claiming the vampires were behind the slave trade.

    It was really intriguing to read, only because I occasionally like to read vampire stories, and this was one of the better written ones, even if it is a bit of a stretch.
    Barefoot Beachcomber
    Tue Apr 30, 2013 6:41 am
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    Zurie wrote:
    I found a Roald Dahl short story book among my paperbacks, of which I've read about 70% of the stories ages ago.

    I'm now reading those I never read before. My goodness, what a diabolically clever horror writer he is!!!

    If you've never read him, and you like shock-horror short stories, DO try him! icon_lol.gif


    I had to look up Mr Dahl. I knew he sounded familiar. I used to read his children's books to assorted children. 'James and the Chocolate Factory' for one. I'll put him on my list to look for his adult works. Thanks for the new author, to me. icon_smile.gif
    Barefoot Beachcomber
    Tue Apr 30, 2013 6:49 am
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    I've gone off on a new tangent, bookwise. I read 'Mr Penumbra;s 24 hour Bookstore' and quite enjoyed it, so I did a search for similar. Now I have three out from the library, non fiction, about people who collect books (amazing!) and bookstores. Very interesting stuff!
    They are -
    The Man who loved books too Much - About a rare book thief
    Time was Soft There - A Canadian who happened to start working in a funky little Paris book store
    Used and Rare - About a couple who decided to stop giving expensive BD gifts and ended up collecting books. Their beginning parameter was $20 or less. Totally facinating.
    Barefoot Beachcomber
    Tue Apr 30, 2013 6:51 am
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    And, as a change of topic,
    Does anyone use the site Goodreads?
    I love it, and have found so many titles and authors that I'll be busy for years.

    One of the cool parts of it is that once you enter some books you have read, the site recommends other books you may be interested in. It is terrific!
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