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Revisiting a classic that I've read many times, D1.1.

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No Place To Hide by W. Lee Warren

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I'm flipping between the Book Thief and Rival to the Queen by Carolly Erickson. I love everything Elizabeth I, and historical novels intrigue me.

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Shirley Jackson's We Have Always Lived in the Castle

I love the vaguely Southern Gothic vibe of Jackson's writing and I had never gotten around to this one. Super quick read.

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You must be reading my mind, Scott. Here it sits on the end table, awaiting my allergy-infused eyes. I'll have to have another book to take with me on vacation though. I hate packing a Stephen King hardback. Means I have to leave out other things. LOL

I liked Song of Susannah though. Especially when they meet "the writer." ;)

His later books in the series all seem to start off slowly, drag a bit, then kind of suck in the reader.

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I would go ahead and finish off the Dark Tower series. I personally think he got in a big hurry toward the end and the last few books suffered for it. The Dark Tower is a better book than Song of Susannah, but Wastelands and Wizard and Glass are probably my two favorite books of all time.

No matter what happens electronically, I still love the feel of a real book in my hands.

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Oh help...I have only the last book in the Dark Tower series left, do I start that one or something a little lighter (literally and figuratively!). It's not fun when you fall asleep on the couch reading every night and one of Mr. King's tomes fall on your face.

Yes, I have a Kindle. But I still also like hardbacks. Ahem.

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I should clarify- I read, Mrs. G did the coloring.

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No, but I was fascinated by the articles in the Big Coloring Book of Vaginas.

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