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Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Melody Bot, Mar 13, 2015.

  1. Miss Heartcore

    Let's build something Together Prestigious

    Reading Magnus Bane Chronicles so I can move over to the the dark artifices series/Lady Midnight. Then it's back to the Outlander series, which is as heavily detailed and thick as A Song of Ice and Fire X-(
  2. Deanna

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    Currently reading Kill 'Em and Leave: Searching for James Brown and the American Soul by James McBride. About 1/3 of the way through it and it's a good read so far.
  3. himynameisiain

    Regular Supporter

    Rogue Lawyer - John Grisham

    I thought this book was a good read if your into a legal drama book. The last 25 pages to end it were dissapointing, felt like it didnt tie up the book at all.

    Currently reading Richard Bransons ' The Virgin Way ' - It is fairly interesting
  4. bedwettingcosmo

    i like bands who can't sing good Prestigious

    missoula by krakauer is pretty gripping. just like the rest of his stuff.
  5. AelNire

    @RiotGrlErin Prestigious

    The past few suspense books I've read I have figured out whodunit before getting halfway through the book. Does anyone have any recommendations of books that caught you off guard?
  6. HollywoodAblaze


    Haven't read it myself, but someone I trust told me "You're Next" by Gregg Hurwitz is amazing and has an ending that you never see coming.
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  7. iCarly Rae Jepsen Apr 25, 2016
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    iCarly Rae Jepsen

    I'm a mouse duh Supporter

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  8. Deanna

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  9. highfidelity203

    Hailey, It Happens Prestigious

    Just finished "How to Be Good" by Nick Hornby and currently reading "Manhood for Amateurs" by Michael Chabon
  10. Night Channels

    Etienne for Heisman

    Hold the Dark by William Giraldi
  11. Deanna

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    Currently reading Lost Stars by Claudia Gray and it's fantastic. Hard book to put down if you're a Star Wars fan in any capacity.
  12. Vivatoto

    Science is whatever we want it to be Prestigious

    @Garrett L. Do you know anything about Daniel Arenson's Dawn of the Dragons trilogy? I was recced it and picked it up cheap.
  13. Garrett L.

    Moderator Moderator

    I've never heard of him before. All of his books have mid to upper 3 star ratings on Goodreads, though, if you keep track of those sorts of things.
  14. Vivatoto

    Science is whatever we want it to be Prestigious

    Yeah looking into it more, sounds like he's more of an indie author. He has 5 trilogies set in the same world so if it's good I'm going to be really happy, lol. The first trilogy is normally like $25 but its on sale for 2.99...can't say no to that.
  15. Garrett L.

    Moderator Moderator

    Definitely a good deal for sure!
  16. highfidelity203

    Hailey, It Happens Prestigious

    About a 1/3 of the way into Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal and thus far it is my favorite read of the year.
  17. Garrett L.

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    I've plugged my book review blog in the Book Lists thread, but I'm really proud of this review of Stephen King's 11/22/63 so I wanna bump it here as well.
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  18. Vivatoto

    Science is whatever we want it to be Prestigious

    I love that first paragraph
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  19. saturdaysaviour


    Currently reading Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliosi after having it on my to-read list for a long, long time.
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  20. local_corn

    an existential crisis mixtape

    I'm really into The Year of The Flood right now
  21. Deanna

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    Just finished Lost Stars by Claudia Gray and it's definitely a fantastic Star Wars story.
  22. Liz

    I'm a loner Dottie, a rebel

    I read Exit, Pursued by a Bear by E.K. Johnston a few weeks ago and can't stop thinking about it. Heavy subject matter but beautifully written characters

    I also finished Dark Places by Gillian Flynn 2 days ago and am still freaking out about it
  23. Vivatoto

    Science is whatever we want it to be Prestigious

    @Garrett L. Good review on Ready Player One. I'm glad to see you enjoyed it so much!
  24. omgrawr

    That loneliness is not a function of solitude.

    Well I'm a little over 3/4 done with Infinite Jest. Started in January. Totally worth it, but sometimes a bit of a chore. Hoping there is a payoff of some sort at the end. Don't get the vibe that it's building up to any kind of big conclusion though.
  25. Garrett L.

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    Thanks @Vivatoto! It was a blast of a "read" (I listened to the audiobook, amusingly read by Wil Wheaton himself). Looking forward to the movie for sure!