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DD, why have we not met yet;)

S, I have that book, "re-bought" it after I read the copy given to me by a really cool swing friend some years back, and I had passed it on to someone else, and she passed it on...you get the idea. I think we marked in it where we were from, but I have no idea where that copy ended up, so I bought myself another to keep.

I can't wait to get lasik. My eyes get too tired and my glasses just aren't doing the job at night...and I HAVE TO read every night, even if we've had a swing party and no one goes home till 4 or 5:00AM, I still have to unwind by reading.

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I read Room last year and loved it though it haunted me.

It was originally written as teen fiction, my new favorite genre. Not only are they quick easy reads, but I find the female characters strong and creative.

I recently finished The Fault in Our Stars which was fabulous and am in the middle of the Christy serious which are readable but won't be memorable long-term.

I was so sick of the wimpy, whiny adult characters in the books for our book club!

Recovering from surgery and it's complications is at least giving me quality reading time!

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Mr. Mercedes, Stephen King

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Me too and his other series as well. I read them all as soon as they come out. I follow Patric Rothfuss (sp) pretty close too right now.

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@Toomuch~ I just picked that up today to read. I love that series.

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Skin Games. Jim Butcher

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Haven't done this in a while, but stayed up till almost 4:00 AM finishing one of the most haunting, touching and imaginative books I've ever read: Room, by Emma Donoghue. Wow. This one is going to stay with me for a long time.

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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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