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  • Doodle Duck
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    You should all read my book! What the heck...it's now free...and you will like it! See sig.


    Doug :monkey:

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  • Dirty Martini
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    Oh, what an awesome thread!!! I'm always eager to read something new...

    The last 5 books I read were:

    Wicked

    Angels & Demons

    The Wonder of Girls

    I Know this Much is True

    The Path Between the Seas: The Creation of the Panama Canal*

    Oh and the other day I read the first of the Series of Unfortunate Events while waiting for my daughter to get out gymnastics. Those books are great quick reads. You can knock them out pretty fast.

    *I started reading this back in May when I booked the DCL transition cruise through the Canal. But since I cancelled in December - I've sort of quit the book. It is very boring and technical and historical and *yawn*... I'll pick it up again if I ever make to Panama.

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  • HMMaid2001
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    Im reading... 'The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty' by Anne Rice

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  • Alchimedes
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    Yes I did.... I bought Disney war, Very interesting and not just about the Eisner problem, It's about many other things as well.

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  • Snacks
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    I was reading KEEP SWEET....... we are doing some major reno's to our house. In 3 weeks time I got to page 21 it was such a good book I just have not had any time to read it. So I phoned the library to renue it and she said its over due ........... :botox: I said what? new books are only 2 weeks.............. I had it for 3 weeks .
    So I had to return it. there are 9 people waiting in line to read it.
    Its about children of polligamy...
    Good book

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  • Cousin Orville
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    I'm reading The Black Dahlia Avenger. True crime about this retired dectective that realizes his own father commited the ugly murder. A true page turner. Then I read
    computer/film books to teach myself directing and editing.


    www.balckdahliaavenger.com

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  • WindPhyreDude
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    Originally posted by dsnylndmom
    I just read the latest IN Style from cover to cover does that count?
    Of course that counts...it's the Bible of Style!

    I'm currently onto Orlando by Virginia Woolf for my English Lit class. So far so good.

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  • dsnylndmom
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    I just read the latest IN Style from cover to cover does that count?

    I'm heading to the book store this week, I need some suggestions for some quick and fun reading, something that will keep my add riddled brain happy and focused.

    Suggestions?(Rena?, Claire?)

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  • sediment
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    I've just finished reading Faithful and Moneyball. Great baseball books, IMO.
    I took in a little bit of Disney War at Costco. Doesn't seem too interesting for the Disneyland fan. Only three mentions of Pressler, according to the index. No Harriss at all. Seems more corporate level stuff.
    I take it that anything not denied by Eisner did happen? (There are lots of denials.)

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  • Retlaw Yensid
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    Now I am reading DISNEY WAR. :devil:

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  • Socapex
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    I've decided to start reading the "Big Fish" novel. I loved the movie, so I decided to check out the book. Very entertaining.

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  • xfkirsten
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    I just started reading "Waking Walt" by Larry Pontius, and I'm really getting into it! The whole idea of waking Walt up from his urban legend cryogenic state is fascinating.

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  • PanGalacticGargleBlast
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    I have 2 jobs and a VERY insane daughter so reading is a luxury that I rarely have time for, but right now I am reading "Nordic Gods and Heroes" by Padraic Colum (weird I know but I have always been into that sort of thing) and my wife got me the complete works of Edgar Allen Poe for Christmas so I am slowly working my way through that!!

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  • CrazyDreamer
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    I just finished reading Paula, by Isabel Allende and have never cried so hard when reading a book. If you're looking for something that's beautiful, but will make you bawl, this is definitely the perfect choice.
    After that I wanted to start on something lighter so I chose Salamandastrom from the Redwall series, the books are all pretty similar but I love them anyway.

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  • SCUBAbe
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    I've been reading both stitch and bitch books, but I ahve been on the look out for a good non-fiction book to read. So far nothing has been appealing.

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  • stinkerbell
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    I'm re-reading David Sedaris' Naked.

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  • Retlaw Yensid
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    Remebering Walt. After finishing Walt Disney an American Original and How to Be like Walt, it is interesting to see what stories they left out.

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  • Alchimedes
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    Originally posted by mamabot
    I am still trudging away on SKs Skeleton Crew. I only have a few stories left to read in it. I finally found Book the Fourth, so I will get through that one next.
    Excellent book!!! The Mist? I believe is good, and The Monkey.

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  • Gemini Cricket
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    Originally posted by merlinjones
    DisneyWar, of course!
    I knew it. When I saw your name as the last poster on this thread, I thought to myself it had to be one book in particular.
    lol!

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  • merlinjones
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    DisneyWar, of course!

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