What book(s) are you currently reading?

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  • stormbornkraken
    stormbornkraken Posts: 303 Member
    Just finished World War Z and I am sure my new book The Secret History of the Mongol Queens: How the Daughters of Genghis Khan Rescued His Empire was delivered while I am at work. Can't wait to start that!
  • stormbornkraken
    stormbornkraken Posts: 303 Member
    I am (re)reading Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows

    Always a good choice!
  • NOS4A2 by Joe Hill.
  • georgieb23
    georgieb23 Posts: 76 Member
    Hearing Aids by Harvey Dillon. I'm revising (procrastinating on here). Help me. Someone please.
  • _errata_
    _errata_ Posts: 1,653 Member
    Game of thrones.

    Ditto. I am desperately trying to catch up before the new season starts.
  • _errata_
    _errata_ Posts: 1,653 Member
    The Story of O, Pauline Reage

    Under The Dome, Stephen King

    Is Under the Dome any good? The TV series is atrocious.
  • inskydiamonds
    inskydiamonds Posts: 2,521 Member
    The Bonesetter's Daughter by Amy Tan

    I just started it, but I'm really liking it so far.
  • chickidee87
    chickidee87 Posts: 63 Member
    The Story of O, Pauline Reage

    Under The Dome, Stephen King

    Is Under the Dome any good? The TV series is atrocious.

    The book was amazing, the tv series didn't do it ANY justice what soever. If you're a King fan, definitely read the book. It's very creepy, one of my faves.

    I'm currently reading Lord of the Rings by Tolkein
  • mitchiejo
    mitchiejo Posts: 179 Member
    I started the New Rules of Lifting for Women yesterday!
  • GeorgieLove708
    GeorgieLove708 Posts: 442 Member
    Diana Gabaldon's Outlander
  • eyemadreamer
    eyemadreamer Posts: 41 Member
    I'm reading the 'house of night' series. :)
  • eyemadreamer
    eyemadreamer Posts: 41 Member
    The Story of O, Pauline Reage

    Under The Dome, Stephen King

    i picked up Under the dome a couple weeks ago from the library but I got so intimidated with how big the book is, so I decided to return it without reading a single line, lol.
  • KidP
    KidP Posts: 247 Member
    Under the Dome is OK. I didn't enjoy it nearly as much as many of King's other books. The show is...yeah.

    Reading: "Prairie *****" by Alison Arngrim (Nellie) from Little House on The Prairie. It's pretty crazy, gut wrenching at parts and hilarious too much of the time.

    Also reading the first book of the Chinese classic "Journey to the West" series. Lots of deities fighting. Enjoying that too.
  • Bettyeditor
    Bettyeditor Posts: 327 Member
    1) The Calorie Myth by Jonathan Bailor (It will blow your mind, I'm serious!)

    2) The Perfect Health Diet by Paul Jaminet, PhD and Shou-Ching Jaminet, PhD (the most useful diet book I've ever read in my life)
  • verptwerp
    verptwerp Posts: 3,667 Member
    Reading Kathy Reichs mystery series featuring Temperance Brennan ....... (the inspiration for "Bones" on TV) ...... read 9 of them so far ...... just started "Bones to Ashes" ......... also like science fiction & fantasy genres ...... with an occasional cookbook thrown in as a change of pace.

    So many books ...... so little time :laugh:
  • kechiemc
    kechiemc Posts: 1,355 Member
    Thanks for posting these. I am always looking for something else to read.

    I am currently reading The Giver by Lois Lowry. It is a non-fiction work about a 12 year old boy living in a utopian society in the future. I find the story very entertaining and it is a very short book at around 200 pages.
  • size08
    size08 Posts: 101 Member
    An Astronaut's guide to life on earth.

    ...Take your protein pills ...

    Planet earth is blue..and there's nothing I can do...
  • Andaisy1
    Andaisy1 Posts: 306 Member
    1) The Kite Runner - Khaled Hosseini
    2) Proven Guilty - Jim Butcher
    3) The House Girl - Tara Conklin
  • StuAblett
    StuAblett Posts: 1,166 Member
    1) The Calorie Myth by Jonathan Bailor (It will blow your mind, I'm serious!)

    I'm reading this too, and it is amazing, I've not quite to the part where he starts talking about what to do, just the part about establishing the science.

    Have you been implementing these ideas yet?

    Cheers!
  • SgtZabka
    SgtZabka Posts: 74 Member
    Mr. Midshipman Hornblower, and Before Watchmen (Nite Owl/Dr. Manhattan)