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What are you reading right now? 
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Adept
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Joined: 03 Mar 2011 20:15
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I tend to juggle a few books at a time, usually a non-fiction or literature book and a bunch of fluff.

Just finishing up:
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Slogging through:
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Getting into:
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As for mysteries, I tend to read pretty standard fare: Amelia Peabody, Harry Dresden, Brother Cadfael, Lieutenant Bak, Gordianus the Finder and Marcus Didius Falco.

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02 Jul 2011 07:55
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"Escape from paradse" - biography of Russian writer Lev Tolstoj.


02 Jul 2011 10:09
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Read it some time ago but its ok, mostly because I like the dude and is somewhat impressed :lol:

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02 Jul 2011 10:33
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Wintersmith, A Tiffany Aching Adventure by Terry Pratchett

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02 Jul 2011 12:59
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Adrian Tchaikovsky - Shadows of the Apt series.


02 Jul 2011 22:35
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Creed wrote:
Adrian Tchaikovsky - Shadows of the Apt series.

What do you think of them?

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02 Jul 2011 23:41
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George RR Martin - Game of Thrones
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Freakonomics by Levitt and Dubner.


Both are really good.


06 Jul 2011 21:35
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I really enjoyed Freakonomics. I second the recommendation.

Game of Thrones is on my list. It seems to be the talk of the town these days due to the television show based on the series.. but I rarely watch TV.


07 Jul 2011 04:14
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Just finished reading.

Knight by Steven James Part of the Patrick Bowers series.

Based on reading that book I turned my interest to reading to this

The Decameron: Prencipe Galeotto by Giovanni Boccaccio

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07 Jul 2011 04:43
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Recoba wrote:
George RR Martin - Game of Thrones
and
Freakonomics by Levitt and Dubner.


Both are really good.


Yes, and both have been around a while. Give us something new, Recoba! ;)


07 Jul 2011 05:33
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