What book are you reading?

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  • TheresaEdwardsmfp
    TheresaEdwardsmfp Posts: 64 Member
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    'Rose Alley', by Audrey Howard.
  • DoomSlayer2020
    DoomSlayer2020 Posts: 66 Member
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    Currently nothing, but I just finished a book where a theme park comes alive and kills everyone 😂
  • mullanphylane
    mullanphylane Posts: 172 Member
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    As a newbie to Dungeons & Dragons I'm reading the D&D Players Handbook.
  • XxFunctionalStrengthxX
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    k8eekins wrote: »
    Clint Emerson's "The Right Kind of Crazy: My Life as a Navy SEAL, Covert Operative and Boy Scout from Hell."

    I can relate to the last one. :lol:
    As a newbie to Dungeons & Dragons I'm reading the D&D Players Handbook.

    Which edition? I haven't played in years....
  • unstableunicorn
    unstableunicorn Posts: 216 Member
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    Finished Dave Itzkoff’s “Robin” the other day. Waiting for Betty White’s “If You Ask Me” to come in to balance out the sad feels.
  • seltzermint555
    seltzermint555 Posts: 10,742 Member
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    Topics of Conversation by Miranda Popkey
  • mada2u1984
    mada2u1984 Posts: 109 Member
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    The Long Walk by Stephen King AGAIN lol
    I always wanted this to be a movie.
  • swazzom93
    swazzom93 Posts: 26 Member
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    The Pure Heart by Trudi Tweedie then I have The Good Hawk by Joseph Elliott to read afterwards.
  • bretmartin09
    bretmartin09 Posts: 35 Member
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    "Thank You For My Service" by Matt Best.... "Black Rifle Coffee Co" founder
  • tuddy315
    tuddy315 Posts: 11,358 Member
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    The first book of "The Walk" series by Richard Paul Evans
  • k8eekins
    k8eekins Posts: 2,264 Member
    edited February 2020
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    k8eekins wrote: »
    Clint Emerson's "The Right Kind of Crazy: My Life as a Navy SEAL, Covert Operative and Boy Scout from Hell."

    I can relate to the last one. :lol:
    As a newbie to Dungeons & Dragons I'm reading the D&D Players Handbook.

    Which edition? I haven't played in years....

    I'm not the least bit surprised you relate :wink: Absolutely appreciated his raw truth telling accounts, which depicted its realities less the glamourised retells a la select portrayals on the big/small screen.
  • TarryTaffyTwo
    TarryTaffyTwo Posts: 448 Member
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    An 808-pg book, Glute Lab - The Art & Science of Strength & Physique Training by Bret Contreras, PhD. It's dense, so reading a few pages/day.

    Want to get through it before I try the workouts. Hope I progress soon, lest I get a hernia or torn shoulder carrying it around. :smile:
  • solarex1
    solarex1 Posts: 408 Member
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    The politics of Experiencefjatic3owms8.jpg
  • BoosDimples
    BoosDimples Posts: 2,826 Member
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    Audible- The Spellmongor series, Terry Mancour. Good listen. Death's Mistress, The Nicki Chronicles, Terry Goodkind- not bad.
  • lifeovpi
    lifeovpi Posts: 121 Member
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    I dont read often but I like to collect and recently I bought Delores Claiborne by Stephen King and A Perfect Stranger by Danielle Steel
  • tuddy315
    tuddy315 Posts: 11,358 Member
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    Now on the second book of The Walk series by Richard Paul Evans
  • unstableunicorn
    unstableunicorn Posts: 216 Member
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    George Orwell’s “Animal Farm”.
  • ReenieHJ
    ReenieHJ Posts: 9,724 Member
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    The Art Of Racing In The Rain.
    I started it years ago and figured it was going to be a book all about a dog dying and I just couldn't finish it. I'd just watched the movie Marley and Me and was out of kleenex. So I took it off my shelf and am giving it another go.
  • tuddy315
    tuddy315 Posts: 11,358 Member
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    ReenieHJ wrote: »
    The Art Of Racing In The Rain.
    I started it years ago and figured it was going to be a book all about a dog dying and I just couldn't finish it. I'd just watched the movie Marley and Me and was out of kleenex. So I took it off my shelf and am giving it another go.

    Make sure you have refreshed your kleenex box. It is an excellent book!