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Old February 28th, 2011, 05:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Of Mice and Men..........................Enjoyed
River of Doubt..............................Enjoyed (Slow to start, but it get's pretty good when they hit the river)
The Art of Racing In the Rain..........Thoroughly Enjoyed. Highly recommended.
Alice in Wonderland.......................Enjoyed
The Wizard of Oz..........................Enjoyed
The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson...Enjoyed
Tom Sawyer................................Enjoyed
Huckleberry Finn...........................Enjoyed

Oh, and all free, either from my local library or from Project Gutenberg - free ebooks online download for iPad, Kindle, Nook, Android, iPhone, iPod Touch, Sony Reader

Free books, but must be out of copyright.

So, what have you read and where did you get it?

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This is a great start at a free book thread
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I wish I had a Nook when I was in high school. All the free books are the ones my school wanted us to read. It would have been sooo much easier...well not easier than reading the Cliff notes.
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I also thoroughly enjoyed the art of racing in the rain. Although I read it before I had my NC - a regular ol paperback.
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I just finished Treasure Island, and now I'm reading War of the Worlds. If you enjoyed The Art of Racing in the Rain, you might want to try Call of the Wild. It's also free.
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This one isn't free but 'sh*t my dad' says is a fun read
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Started Of Mice and Men. I'm about 20-25% through it and it is not gripping me at all. It's short enough though. I finished Meg and loved it. Am now reading the sequel The Trench. Basically a 60 foot long great white shark is loose and eating everyone. Hilarity ensues.
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I just finished Treasure Island, and now I'm reading War of the Worlds. If you enjoyed The Art of Racing in the Rain, you might want to try Call of the Wild. It's also free.
Call of the wild already downloaded, just need the time to read. Thanks for the recommendation.
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I just read a book on Kindle, 'Solun's Chronicles: Apartment 4D'. It's probably the best book I've ever read - easy to read and not too long. I read it in about 3 hours. My daughter has a 13 yr old friend who read it in only 2 hours, but she's a fast reader. https://kindle.amazon.com/work/soluns-chronicles-apartment-4d-ebook/B0055UQP3Q/B0055UQP3Q
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Gang, we have an entire section devoted to books & reading.
Check it out here Literature - Android Forums
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Just finished a 3 book series by Judson Roberts called the Strongbow Saga. He is an outstanding writer that puts you in the story line right away and keeps you there. The saga is about Viking life in the mid 800's
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Hi americonium, as there's a literature forum that's created for this type of conversation, I've moved your thread there

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I have just read an incredible political thriller ebook. I was browsing around at amazon.com and found this ebook called The Cain Sanction, I read the preview and a few chapters. It really was a page turner can’t put it down kind of book.
I didn’t know how it ends until the last sentence of the last page.. great read!!
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my all time favorite turhor is john fowles and i recommend checking out his books: daniel martin, the magus, the collector etc.
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Of mice and men I studied at school for GCSE on the uk
I have my own copy of it around somewhere :-)

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I like any zecharia sitchin books.and books on philosophy....Namely, "the anti-christ" by Nietzscheand "the world as will and representation" by schopenhauerAnd the classics i always enjoy reading again and againTao Te ching
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Gentlemen...This is the first book I've read since college ( graduated in 2000 ) as I hate reading books. I could not put it down. Dads & husbands I highly recommend it.

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I am halfway through game of thrones. It is really good so far and I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
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I read all the time a few really good books I read lately are

Jonathan Maberry Joe Ledger Series

First Book in the Series
Amazon.com: Patient Zero: A Joe Ledger Novel (9780312382858): Jonathan Maberry: Books

Z. A. Recht The Morningstar Strain Series (which was recently completed amazing zombie series highly recommended)

First Book in the Series (of 4)
Amazon.com: Plague of the Dead: The Morningstar Saga (9781439176733): Z.A. Recht: Books

Eric Lowther Area 187 - Almost Hell

This was also a zombie book but was different it was pretty amazing and a good read
Area 187 - Almost Hell: Eric Lowther: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

Mark Tufo Zombie Fall Out Series

This was a series i stumbled on by accident. I was short cash and was looking for a cheap read when I found this book. At first I hated the writing style but by the end of the book I was hooked. He is now easily one of my favorite authors of all time.

Link to the first book
Zombie Fallout: Mark Tufo: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

Max Brooks World War Z

Easily one of the best Zombie books out there.
World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War: Max Brooks: Amazon.com: Kindle Store
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Wizards First Rule by Terry Goodkind, loved it and bought every other book in the series (11 of them!)

Love Wilbur Smiths Birds of Prey too, there is a follow up which is called Monsoon which is my favourite book.
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Some stuff I've read recently:

The Hunger Games/Catching Fire/Mockingjay .. Really enjoyed this series
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo/Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest/Who Played with Fire .. Really enjoyed this series as well
Divergent/Insurgent .. Pretty good
The Maze Runner .. Read the first book and I enjoyed it. Looking forward to reading the other books

And I'm currently reading Game of Thrones. I'm really enjoying this book so far. I've watched the show before starting the book, but I found that I had a hard time remembering who was who and how everyone was connected.
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I've been reading Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson for the first time. About halfway through and is great!
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Reading, "Surely, you're joking, Mr. Feynman" right now. Previous book, The Quantum Universe. Next book? Not sure yet. Got too many to read and keep picking up more almost on a weekly basis.
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I read all the time a few really good books I read lately are

Jonathan Maberry Joe Ledger Series

First Book in the Series
Amazon.com: Patient Zero: A Joe Ledger Novel (9780312382858): Jonathan Maberry: Books

Z. A. Recht The Morningstar Strain Series (which was recently completed amazing zombie series highly recommended)

First Book in the Series (of 4)
Amazon.com: Plague of the Dead: The Morningstar Saga (9781439176733): Z.A. Recht: Books

Eric Lowther Area 187 - Almost Hell

This was also a zombie book but was different it was pretty amazing and a good read
Area 187 - Almost Hell: Eric Lowther: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

Mark Tufo Zombie Fall Out Series

This was a series i stumbled on by accident. I was short cash and was looking for a cheap read when I found this book. At first I hated the writing style but by the end of the book I was hooked. He is now easily one of my favorite authors of all time.

Link to the first book
Zombie Fallout: Mark Tufo: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

Max Brooks World War Z

Easily one of the best Zombie books out there.
World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War: Max Brooks: Amazon.com: Kindle Store
You, uh, like zombies?
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Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson - Really enjoyed this, it's about the invention of true AI and how 15 mins into it's life it starts to wipe out humanity. Spielberg is making this into a movie, think it will transfer well.
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The most recent books I've read are Divergent and Insurgent both by Veronica Roth. I love it! I'll love it until the fangirls starts coming in.

Next read is The Help by Kathryn Stockett
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The Perks Of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky.

All about adolescence.
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i am reading 1984 written by George Orwell.
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Just finished: Them or Us by David Moody. Last novel is a series of three. post apocalypse, horror thriller, zombie-esque series.

http://www.amazon.com/Them-Us-David-Moody/dp/1250008387/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1349382646&sr=8-1&keywords=them+or+us

Before that I read: Unholy Night by Seth Grahame-Smith (author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and AbrahamLincoln: Vampire Hunter) No supernatural creature, but a different take on the Three Wise Men from The Bible.

Unholy Night: Seth Grahame-Smith: 9780446563093: Amazon.com: Books

Now I'm reading: World War Z by Max Brooks. Someone above posted a link, so I won't. Classic Zombie reading, I should have read this a long time ago.

All were rented from my local library, except WWZ, which I borrowed from my brother.
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Read bloodline by James Rollins you'll be blown away and at the end he explains how the stuff that happens in the book is 95%real. Gives you YouTube links or other books to read about things he talks about in the novel. The. Inner circle by Brad Meltzer is another good one and so is frozen about the company Alcor that freezes ppl for studying cryogenetics surprised the government. Haven't shut them down with the stuff I read in that book
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so much to read, so little time....

ho hum, lol
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Just finished A Wanted Man by Lee Child. Man, I love me that Jack Reacher series. Anyone else know any quality thriller/suspense/mystery/historical fiction for me to set my sights on?
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Just finished A Wanted Man by Lee Child. Man, I love me that Jack Reacher series. Anyone else know any quality thriller/suspense/mystery/historical fiction for me to set my sights on?
My favorite series thus far has been the John Rain novels.
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Who's the author and what genre?
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Barry Eisler ... Thriller (more so than Jack Reacher IMO)

http://www.barryeisler.com/books.php
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BARRY EISLER: The Official Website
Awesome. Thanks for the tip. I'm gonna check out the first book of the series.
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I started with the last book when amazon had one of their sales so I got it for a dollar. After that I was hooked.
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This one isn't free but 'sh*t my dad' says is a fun read
Great fun read. Also his other book, Suck at Girls is another great one too.
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Hmm I've seen 1984 listed here several times. Going to read this next.
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