What are you reading?

SereneSoul7
SereneSoul7 Posts: 9 Member
I'm in need of a good read. :)
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  • SereneSoul7
    SereneSoul7 Posts: 9 Member
    s1ren1nk wrote: »
    mfp forums.. you learn a lot here

    Ha!! Me too! :p
  • JessicaJS23
    JessicaJS23 Posts: 1,863 Member
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  • LifesPilgrim
    LifesPilgrim Posts: 498 Member
    I'm floating between 3 books right now. "The Things They Carried" is a good narrative on the Vietnam War (it is anti-war, depending on your feelings), the 4th book of the Outlander series (awesome if you like historical fiction/romance), and a history of the Celts (not light reading). It really depends on what you like.
  • SereneSoul7
    SereneSoul7 Posts: 9 Member
    I'm floating between 3 books right now. "The Things They Carried" is a good narrative on the Vietnam War (it is anti-war, depending on your feelings), the 4th book of the Outlander series (awesome if you like historical fiction/romance), and a history of the Celts (not light reading). It really depends on what you like.

    Those sound interesting, I'll look into those. Thanks!
  • jaxass
    jaxass Posts: 2,128 Member
    edited July 2016
    The Survivor
    the Bible
  • thekarens
    thekarens Posts: 254 Member
    I'm floating between 3 books right now. "The Things They Carried" is a good narrative on the Vietnam War (it is anti-war, depending on your feelings), the 4th book of the Outlander series (awesome if you like historical fiction/romance), and a history of the Celts (not light reading). It really depends on what you like.

    Outlander is one of my all time favorite series

    OP it all depends on what kind of books you like. Me, I'm big into fantasy, but I also like murder mysteries with the occasional historical fiction thrown in.

  • TheRoadDog
    TheRoadDog Posts: 11,793 Member
    Private Sydney by James Patterson and Kathryn Fox
  • denversillygoose
    denversillygoose Posts: 708 Member
    The Husband's Secret by Liane Moriarty. It could move a little faster, but good so far.
  • elka67
    elka67 Posts: 268 Member
    The Girls by Emma Cline (kindle) and Jew by D.O.Dodd (paper).
  • Shana67
    Shana67 Posts: 680 Member
    The Hole in Our Gospel by Rick Stearns. Good stuff.
  • jdgboxing
    jdgboxing Posts: 42 Member
    Corrosion: recognition and prevention.
    For work and it's boring!
  • lessismoreohio
    lessismoreohio Posts: 910 Member
    "The Sand Penbles" by Richard McKenna. A classic.
  • ladydy911
    ladydy911 Posts: 126 Member
    The Game you Played. A psychological thriller.
  • Toronto6fan
    Toronto6fan Posts: 413 Member
    I'm reading Sue Klebold's A Mother's Reckoning right now. Its not an easy read, heartbreaking in fact, but after I heard her interviewed I felt compelled to read it.
  • SteampunkSongbird
    SteampunkSongbird Posts: 826 Member
    I recently started reading the complete works of H.P. Lovecraft. Kinda depressing sometimes, but really thought-provoking mostly. I'm enjoying the stories, plus a lot of them are short so it's great for when you're only in the mood for a quick read.
  • PhoenixWithoutAshes1
    PhoenixWithoutAshes1 Posts: 99 Member
    The Gunslinger by Stephen King
    The Deep Blue Goodbye by John D. McDonald

    Once those are done I will attempt to reread all of the Serge Storms novels by Tim Dorsey.
  • Rosie_McA
    Rosie_McA Posts: 256 Member
    Fear Nothing (Moonlight Bay trilogy) by Dean Koontz.
  • Binxybox
    Binxybox Posts: 1 Member
    China Rich Girlfriend! By Kevin Kwan, this book is his second novel about the shallow, glitzy and gossipy world of Singaporean and South East Asian families swimming in wealth. Funny stuff!
  • Lucy1752
    Lucy1752 Posts: 499 Member
    The Girls by Emma Cline and Silver Witch by Paula Brackston