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Posted - Sep 21 2012 : 1:45AM
Finished it on the train to/from deportartion last week-end. It's a very good one in the series, can't wait for the next to be published!
 
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Posted - Sep 22 2012 : 11:55PM
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Excellent book. Not for a wide audience, but I'm interested in the subject so it pushed my buttons.
 
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I have found this book fascinating and can hardly put it down.
 
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Posted - Sep 30 2012 : 10:48PM
Laura Meets Jeffrey: Both Sides of an Erotic Memoir by Jeffrey Michelson and Laura Bradley. Think of it as a true life 50 Shades of Grey by somebody with an amazing amount of literary skill. It's completely amazing from start to finish and highly recommended. Adult DVD Talk review coming soon...
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Posted - Oct 27 2012 : 6:35PM
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The story sounds a little cliche but the pace is absolutely perfect. Read it!

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Posted - Nov 28 2012 : 10:23PM
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay by Michael Chabon
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A Pulitzer Prize winning novel about two Jewish cousins who become successful in the comic book industry during the World War II era.
It took me forever to finish reading it, mainly because it's a thick book of 639 pages, and I kept putting it down with weeks-long intervals between reading. But I finally finished it, and was slightly disappointed in the rushed ending. After 639 pages of boring meticulous detail, the authour could atleast have given us a more conclusive ending.
 
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Posted - Jan 15 2013 : 3:06PM
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Surprisingly enjoyable and very well done.
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Posted - Jan 15 2013 : 4:10PM
I almost bought that yesterday while at the book store.
 
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Posted - Jan 15 2013 : 11:12PM
I was impressed enough with it that the first thing I did after finishing it was to see what else the author wrote. I never expected it to be nearly as well written or intelligent as it was and would rank it as one of the best books I read last year.
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Posted - Feb 23 2013 : 10:02AM
[link inactive:404 - Page not found]Lee Lynch's "The raid". Novel about some lesbians trying to survive in late 50s/early 60s America.
Well written, better than "Sweet creek" but not on the same level as her masterpiece "The swashbuckler", published in 1985.

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Posted - Feb 24 2013 : 4:38PM
The lady and her monsters : a tale of dissections, attempts to reanimate dead tissue, and the writing of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein by Roseanne Montillo
Living and dying in Brick City : an E.R. doctor returns home by Sampson Davis
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Posted - May 17 2013 : 2:51PM
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Those are what I'm reading right now. There's a big stack of random-ish books that I need to plow through. At my other house I limit myself to owning about a thousand books-which will fit on my bookshelves. As soon as they start to form an additional pile, I start culling.
Now that I have this place--oops--hundreds more books, even though I sent 5 large boxes of books two weekends ago to the hospice thrift store nearby. Ridiculous. I don't need to buy books faster than I read them, and I don't need a cache. It's time to clear this stuff out.
Oh, here's something especially ludicrous: I often buy two copies of the same book with the idea that I can read a book at the same time as my husband and we can discuss it. Nope, it doesn't work that way, but I've got two copies of Life of Pi queued up for that elusive 'someday' when it does. I also have duplicates of knitting books at the two houses. You know, just in case I need it here. Or just in case I need it there.
Next up, I have a book called Gone by Lisa Gardner--I'll bail out on it if it isn't good right away. I don't read fiction as much as non-fiction, and I have no patience if it doesn't grab me. And Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close right after that.
 
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Posted - May 18 2013 : 7:25AM
Excellent book. I read it on my kindle because I was camping but will likely buy a used one just to have.

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Posted - May 18 2013 : 2:17PM
Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea by Thomas Cahill. This book on classical Greece dwells not so much on history as it is a treatment of the Greek character and how it influenced Western civilization. Grounded in plentiful citings from literature and art and written in a vigorous style, the book is consistently lively and insightful. This is the fourth in a projected seven-part series, but is the first of his books that I have read; I will surely read more.

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Posted - Sep 3 2013 : 11:18AM
On the Road by Jack Kerouac. It's an interesting read. Whenever I tried to read it before, especially when I was doing some travelling myself, I never got it, it seemed self indulgent and not particularly interesting. Now though, I am liking it quite a bit. Good book.

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Posted - Sep 3 2013 : 7:34PM
Star's Reach by John Michael Greer

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Posted - Oct 3 2013 : 4:05AM
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A refresher read in anticipation of the new movie version.

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Posted - Oct 3 2013 : 9:15AM
^ I just ordered my first Stephen King book - Under the Dome. I can't handle scary. This one doesn't look scary and it's full of Maine flavor.
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Posted - Oct 3 2013 : 9:48AM
I just started:
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I have generally avoided reading philosophy, although many would say I have a philosophical bend of mind. So far, it's an excellent book.

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Posted - Oct 3 2013 : 9:10PM
by Eli Pariser
Recommended. It was an interesting, informative read that also struck that right balance for me to stay engaged in an analytical way. I did not fully agree with the author nor fully disagree. I just had respect for him. The privacy issues really did concern me. I got this feeling that in the not so distant future the only secret left in this world will be Obama's academic record. The actual 'filter bubble' was of some concern, but I felt he relied on too many assumptions of life without what is really just a more modern filter bubble. I think half the battle can just be won by knowing it is out there. I think there are more solutions to it than he even really addressed.

Highly recommended. I really wish this book had been available to me a long time ago. It is the most interesting and most intuitive statistics book I have read.

Recommended. My interest in in fluctuated, but overall I liked it. Each chapter primarily focused on one topic. I liked some topics much better than others. In the process I think I missed some of the points he wanted to get across. However, I do think that his main point of the value of Bayseian thinking has stuck with me.
 
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Posted - Oct 4 2013 : 8:06AM
^ I was so-so on Signal and the Noise, and thought about Naked Statistics, and passed. Maybe I'll think again.

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Posted - Oct 4 2013 : 10:03PM
^ Let me know if you like it.

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Posted - Oct 5 2013 : 10:59AM
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Posted - Oct 5 2013 : 11:03AM
Finished going through my collection of Bujold's novels and am revisiting Neal Stephenson's Cryptonomicon.

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Posted - Oct 5 2013 : 12:19PM
Under the Dome is addictive . You wrote that this is your first King's book, so I thought that I can recommend some King's I like:
The Stand(full version), The Dead Zone, Firestarter, It, The Dark Half, Bag of Bones, Dreamcatcher, Duma Key, 11/22/63, and The Dark Tower serie.


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^Just finished that a few days ago. All the "rube" talk and Teensytown felt like bleedover for "Joyland", the True Knot overall bordered on the cheesy and the AA talk could have been toned down (as much as it justifiably informs the Daniel Torrance character) but, those nits picked, it's an absorbing read and Abra Stone is a character deserving a sequel of her own.
 
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Posted - Oct 16 2013 : 9:24PM
I'm going to read The Shining before I start that.
But I'm now in the middle of Marching with Caesar by R.W. Peake.
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Posted - Oct 17 2013 : 5:43AM
^^ I just started

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Posted - Oct 17 2013 : 9:34AM
It's huge. Really I don't know how I'm going to hold this thing to read it. Thanks for the other recommendations. I hope they aren't as heavy. I have weak wrists.
Just read the Hate List. I love teen books.

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Posted - Oct 17 2013 : 2:12PM
^ "The Stand"(full version, my really King's fav book) has more than 1200 pages, so some wrists exercises are recommended
 
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Posted - Oct 17 2013 : 3:54PM
Finished the 4th book in the Game of Thrones series and waiting on the 5th which is the latest.
BTW Loved the long version of The Stand but haven't read it for several years. I've read several King books, like his style.
 
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Posted - Oct 19 2013 : 6:44PM
That's my favourite King novel too, by a pretty massive margin. It's so fantastic. Say what you will about King, he has the ability to create a world. That's far harder to do than people give credit for.
On that note, I am desperately trying to enjoy sustained bouts of reading DUMA KEY (on paper! I know, I am the Audiobook Queen, but I have forced myself to start reading paperbacks and it's simply wonderful). I fall asleep so quickly after my 15hr+ days that I haven't got further than 120 pages, but I am enjoying it.

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Posted - Oct 20 2013 : 6:34AM
^ "Duma Key" is one of this "weird King's books" like for example "From a Buick 8", but it's good

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Posted - Jan 3 2014 : 7:24AM
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I've seen this categorized as 'science fiction' on account of the time travel aspect, I suppose, but since no real explanation is offered for how this happens it may as well be called 'magic-realism'. I would simply call it a 'thriller' and a pretty good one. Beukes has done some work in comics and something about this feels like it could be a graphic novel. I don't mean than in a backhanded way, or that it is less of a novel for it, but just as a matter of style and imagery it seems to owe a debt to that world. A real page turner with to vividly drawn characters at it's center. Recommended.
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