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Great topic. We're both reading the 50 Shades trilogy (and it is way better than Twilight - I barely finished the first book. Twilight was strange - you know how some books draw you in? I thought it started okay but kept getting lamer and lamer.)

I've just finished, and she is still working on, The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion. This is a very good book.

With a friends at work I am reading Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work. Were considering creating a meeting bingo game from it.

And on my phone I keep stuff to reread at odd moments - I'll never be at a loss in a Doctor's Office again. Just finished the complete Flashman series and am now working on Triplanetary.

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It's a great book CJF. Even though there were parts where I had to force myself to read, because it felt like my innards were being pulled apart!

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Auschwitz, A Doctors Eyewitness Account By Dr. Miklos Nyiszli.

Unable to put it down, chilling...

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Oh sure G, threaten us with a good time.....lol

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good suggestions, all.

I give a book a good 25 pages, if it hasn't gripped me by then, I usually won't continue. I write better erotica/porn than I've read. I need to get back into it I guess. that's just being truthful, not bragging.

I give a movie about 15 minutes or so before I turn the channel or eject it.

9 and 1/2 weeks is best in book form, but I've always enjoyed the movie too.

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p.s. Pauline Réage aka Anne Desclos's story is fascinating, you should look it up.

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Story of O-- yes! have enjoyed it.*

The first time when i attempted to read the book, I couldn't finish it, it tore my heart out. It took me two years to finally try it again, it changed me.

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Ann Rice has several books, including a bunch under a pen name of Anne Rampling, same name under which she wrote Exit to Eden, neither one would I recommend, nor would I recommend the Sleeping Beauty Trilogy, maybe as bathroom reading, otherwise, I wouldn't spend the money.

Now, the Witching Hour Trilogy, I would highly recommend, but it's not really erotica.

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The sleeping Beauty trilogy? I only made it through the first.

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Nine and a Half Weeks: A Memoir of a Love Affair - Elizabeth McNeil

(Even if you saw the movie, do yourself a favor, read the book!)

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