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  • midlomel1971midlomel1971 Member Posts: 1,269 Member Member Posts: 1,269 Member
    The God Delusion but Richard Dawkins, which I've read before but back in like 2007. Also reading "The Cell", a lesser known Stephen King book about mobile phone zombies.
  • unfilterednateunfilterednate Member Posts: 905 Member Member Posts: 905 Member
    The God Delusion but Richard Dawkins, which I've read before but back in like 2007. Also reading "The Cell", a lesser known Stephen King book about mobile phone zombies.

    The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins!

    This is high on list to read..
    I picked up some books at the goodwill that I read when I was younger. Gonna read them again. They are dragon lance chronicles. I really like reading anything though. If someone says it's good, I normally check it out.

    Amy, which ones? I read literally hundreds of those novels as a 10-15 year old.. Check out The Legend of Huma, its one of my personal favorites from dragonlance.. the character made me think about honor and courage as a 10 year old in a way that my parents never had..

    We were poor and had no tv haha :)
  • WanderingRiversWanderingRivers Member Posts: 612 Member Member Posts: 612 Member
    Currently listening to A Game of Thrones.
  • mabearof6mabearof6 Member Posts: 684 Member Member Posts: 684 Member
    blindsighted by Karin Slaughter
  • laurenebargarlaurenebargar Member Posts: 1,346 Member Member Posts: 1,346 Member
    The woman in cabin 10. So goood.
  • mabearof6mabearof6 Member Posts: 684 Member Member Posts: 684 Member
    The woman in cabin 10. So goood.

    Loved that book!
  • laurenebargarlaurenebargar Member Posts: 1,346 Member Member Posts: 1,346 Member
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    The woman in cabin 10. So goood.

    Loved that book!

    Im actually listening to it on an audio book, its great! Im on the last few chapters
  • mabearof6mabearof6 Member Posts: 684 Member Member Posts: 684 Member
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    The woman in cabin 10. So goood.

    Loved that book!

    Im actually listening to it on an audio book, its great! Im on the last few chapters

    I listened to it too☺
  • VersicolourVersicolour Member Posts: 6,622 Member Member Posts: 6,622 Member
    Chaos Quarter. I forget the author. I always forget the author unless I become obsessive about owning all the books ever written by said author. Eg Terry Pratchett
  • laurenebargarlaurenebargar Member Posts: 1,346 Member Member Posts: 1,346 Member
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    The woman in cabin 10. So goood.

    Loved that book!

    Im actually listening to it on an audio book, its great! Im on the last few chapters

    I listened to it too☺

    Any suggestions for my next audio book?
  • denversillygoosedenversillygoose Member Posts: 709 Member Member Posts: 709 Member
    Hell House by Richard Matheson
  • WanderingRiversWanderingRivers Member Posts: 612 Member Member Posts: 612 Member
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    The woman in cabin 10. So goood.

    Loved that book!

    Im actually listening to it on an audio book, its great! Im on the last few chapters

    I listened to it too☺

    Any suggestions for my next audio book?

    Darn near anything that Neil Gaiman has written. American Gods is a personal favorite of mine.

    Mercedes Lackey is another author I adore.
  • WanderingRiversWanderingRivers Member Posts: 612 Member Member Posts: 612 Member
    Currently listening to A Clash of Kings. Roy Dotrice mispronouncing some of the words makes me cringe but I can't kvetch overmuch.
  • laurenebargarlaurenebargar Member Posts: 1,346 Member Member Posts: 1,346 Member
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    The woman in cabin 10. So goood.

    Loved that book!

    Im actually listening to it on an audio book, its great! Im on the last few chapters

    I listened to it too☺

    Any suggestions for my next audio book?

    Darn near anything that Neil Gaiman has written. American Gods is a personal favorite of mine.

    Mercedes Lackey is another author I adore.

    Ill look into those :) Thanks so much!!
  • ZyviZyvi Member Posts: 83 Member Member Posts: 83 Member
    Finished this one last week: How to Think: A Survival Guide for a World at Odds - Alan Jacobs

    I just started book 1 of the Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne series (author: Brian Staveley) but some friends said that I just HAD to read The House of the Spirits: A Novel (author: Isabel Allende) .... so Chronicle is on hold as I muscle my way through the recommended one.
  • deannalfisherdeannalfisher Member, Premium Posts: 5,602 Member Member, Premium Posts: 5,602 Member
    i always have a couple of books going - right now: Caroline: Little House Revisited - its little house on the prairie told through the eyes of Ma

    Also Dear Fahrenheit 451 - its a series of letters/essays from a librarian to various books in the library as they are being removed from circulation, replaced, recommended etc
  • mabearof6mabearof6 Member Posts: 684 Member Member Posts: 684 Member
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    The woman in cabin 10. So goood.

    Loved that book!

    Im actually listening to it on an audio book, its great! Im on the last few chapters

    I listened to it too☺

    Any suggestions for my next audio book?


    Karin Slaughter books are pretty good audio books. Even her books that are technically parts of a series can be read as stand alone books also.....I'm reading (listening) to quite a few of her right now.
  • laurenebargarlaurenebargar Member Posts: 1,346 Member Member Posts: 1,346 Member
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    mabearof6 wrote: »
    The woman in cabin 10. So goood.

    Loved that book!

    Im actually listening to it on an audio book, its great! Im on the last few chapters

    I listened to it too☺

    Any suggestions for my next audio book?


    Karin Slaughter books are pretty good audio books. Even her books that are technically parts of a series can be read as stand alone books also.....I'm reading (listening) to quite a few of her right now.

    Love Karin Slaughter! I forgot about her!
  • JeepHair77JeepHair77 Member Posts: 1,291 Member Member Posts: 1,291 Member
    I just downloaded "The Song is You" by Megan Abbott. I really liked "The Fever" so I thought I'd give another one of her books a whirl.
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