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EJCC

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“White Night” by Jim Butcher
 

Tellenbach

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The Girl on the Balcony, an autobiography by Olivia Hussey. She's awesome and not just a pretty face.
 

cascadeco

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'The Golden Bowl' by Henry James.

Finished Stephen King's 'Pet Semetery' maybe 3 days ago. (I really like that his books are a lot more complex than just being 'horror'. Horror is a poor generalization imo; I mean, I guess 'supernatural' along the lines of X Files would be more accurate, in terms of base storylines).
 

Shadow Play

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Having finished watching Game of Thrones, I'll soon start reading the Tales of Dunk and Egg by GRRM. It's sort of like The Hobbit in the sense of being (relatively) lighthearted adventures set before the events of the main series, except The Hobbit was written before LOTR. So, these are prequels, while LOTR is a sequel.
 

Tina&Jane

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I just started Good Omens and I like it a lot so far. I'm also working my way through a series of poems by Sarah Kay, No Matter the Wreckage.
 

Lark

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Evil We Do by Carl Goldberg, like this book so far, will probably read other books by this guy in future.

Also Life Itself Is an Art: Life and Work of Erich Fromm by Rainer Funk, so I'm in a good reading place.

Plus I'm finishing The Exorcist, its been a better book than I expected if I'm honest.
 

Jaguar

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Power, Politics, and Universal Health Care: The Inside Story of a Century-Long Battle by Stuart Altman, David Shactman
 

John Catstentine

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IMG_20170811_181126.jpg
 

ayoitsStepho

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"Born a Crime" by Trevor Noah.
It's got some good stuff in there for situations I'm dealing with currently.
 

cascadeco

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Re-reading Poul Anderson's 'Tau Zero', as I like having good sci-fi as pre-sleep reading and need to get new ones again. Also in the middle of 'Roderick Hudson' by Henry James.
 
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