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Discussion in 'Literature' started by beenz, Oct 8, 2010.

  1. Dngrsone

    Dngrsone Android Expert

    Recently read Miss Peregrine myself, and Dngrswife is reading it right now. About a third of the way into the second book...

    To date, I've read 93 books this year.

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  2. Gmash

    Gmash Extreme Android User

    Someone on this thread mentioned Ready Player One by Ernest Cline a long time ago. I finally got around to reading it when the kindle version was on sale. It was fun in a non realistic kind of way. I'm the right age for the 80's references so that helps. When I read it I didn't know it was being made into a movie by Steven Spielberg. Should be interesting toi see how they film that.
    I guess Miss Perigrine is also being made into a film by Tim Burton.
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  3. Dngrsone

    Dngrsone Android Expert

    Burton is a good choice for Miss Peregrine
  4. Gmash

    Gmash Extreme Android User

    I'm not the hugest Burton fan in general, but he seems like a good fit for the material as long as he doesn't go too campy with it.
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  5. Dngrsone

    Dngrsone Android Expert

    Good point... Willy Wonka was supposed to be campy; Miss Peregrine should not.
    #1655 Dngrsone, Oct 17, 2015
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2015
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  6. NightAngel79

    NightAngel79 Bounty Hunter

    Neverwhere was short and sweet in comparison. I have exactly zero time these days, so its not all the books fault, but I'm having a hard time getting into the book. My kindle says I'm 25-30% done with book, and its good, but it hasn't really drawn me in to where I can't wait to pick it up and keep reading.
  7. Dngrsone

    Dngrsone Android Expert

    I'm on to Indemnity Only, the first V. I. Warshawski book.

    I have a handful of new, cheaply bought, e-books in my queue, so I will likely alternate between new and old reads...
  8. Gmash

    Gmash Extreme Android User

    I just finished the second Miss Perigrine book. I liked it, it was more action packed than the first one. I might wait till the price goes down for book three, though. I hate to pay almost the same price for a Kindle book as the print version, but I can't see buying the physical copy of book three when the first two are on my Kindle.
  9. psionandy

    psionandy Extreme Android User

    Just picked up the new Welcome to Nightvale novel... its very good and is something of a treat to read.

    I ordered it from a local bookshop, so on the day of release had a very odd call from them, saying the book was there, but obviously it wasn't available with the " now notorious pink flamingos"... apparently people had been asking for the pink flamingos but the store had no idea what they were or why they couldn't deliver them.
    #1660 psionandy, Oct 26, 2015
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  10. Deleted User

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    Game Of Thrones (A Feast For Crows). I'm loving this series of books, and just can't put them down.
  11. blkbeltkid17

    blkbeltkid17 Android Expert

    hello all its been a while but I am reading My dark Days a memoir by the singer in a band called Lamb of God
  12. Gmash

    Gmash Extreme Android User

    Welcome back! I saw him giving an interview about that on YouTube, pretty crazy what he went through. I know I wouldn't have went back for the trial. I think there's also a documentary about it, but I've only seen clips of it.
  13. Gmash

    Gmash Extreme Android User

    I've read a few books lately. Around Halloween I read The Bird Eater by Ania Ahlborn. As usual I got it on a daily deal. I don't like to spend much on ebooks.

    www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EZCY0MS?keywords=The Bird Eater&qid=1447302231&ref_=sr_1_1_ha&s=digital-text&sr=1-1

    This was a pretty typical haunted house/possession/descent into madness horror story. The author was originally from Poland, it's sometimes interesting to see people write in English when it's not their first language. The writing was decent, but the story wasn't very original if you've read many horror novels or watched many horror movies. I'd like to read this author again if she had a more original idea. I'll try to post about some other books when I get time.
  14. Heights713

    Heights713 Well-Known Member

    I'm reading Frankenstein for my Literature AP class. I'm enjoying it so far.
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  15. AZgl1500

    AZgl1500 Extreme Android User

    Ended up one ebook on my Kindle paperwhite about a human trafficking ring,
    started a new one about FBI agents trying to hunt down a serial killer....

    my daughter have over 10,000 books stored in the cloud on Kindle.
    She saves every Free Book they offer her, regardless of what it is....
    so, her mom, myself and she will have a lot to read for a long time.

    I bounce back to Zane Grey, to Louis L Amour, to Robert Louis Stevenson, to just about all of the modern authors.

    Hunt for Red October is just about my favorite, I never get tired of that one.
  16. Dngrsone

    Dngrsone Android Expert

    I am reading three books right now: Solder Smoke is an autobiographical sorry about a man and his ham radio hobby. The Chronicles of Master Li and Number Ten Ox is set in ancient China amd is pretty damn funny.

    The last one is a Steampunk affair featuring the daughter of Mr. Hyde, as well as a cyborg Ada Lovelace...
  17. NightAngel79

    NightAngel79 Bounty Hunter

    This site lists all of the ebook deals on major formats (kindle, nook, etc). Many are deeply discounted, a ton are free. Worth checking out, I've already downloaded several free offerings.

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  18. blkbeltkid17

    blkbeltkid17 Android Expert

    funny thing is I know him personally in college his brother was my roommate and we hung out before he went back for the trial, but reading the book has a lot more detail then we ever talked about face to face
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  19. Dngrsone

    Dngrsone Android Expert

    I will probably end the year with 120 books read. Here is the list of what I've read for 2015.

    Quite the eclectic collection of mixed genres and old and new reads.
  20. jbenham

    jbenham Android Enthusiast

    I will end the year at 132, after setting a goal of 110. Thanks to Goodreads for keeping track! A lot of independent authors in the thriller and crime drama genres.
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  21. davoid

    davoid Android Expert

    Guys, as someone who reads really quite slowly I find your reading achievements rather epic.
  22. Maq Bee

    Maq Bee Newbie

    Playboy :cool:
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  23. NightAngel79

    NightAngel79 Bounty Hunter

    I've slowed significantly this past year. Maybe 10ish at most?? I play all the great games I've been playing.
  24. Dngrsone

    Dngrsone Android Expert

    My goal for this year is 125. This is what I've read so far this month:

    1. Bitter Medicine by Sara Paretsky. 1/3
    2. Red: A History of the Redhead by Jacky Collins Harvey. 1/6
    3. The Palace Job by Patrick Weekes. 1/8
    4. Prescription: Murder! volume 1: Authentic Cases from the Files of Alan Hynd by Alan and Noel Hynd. 1/8
    5. Patton's Shaceship by John Barnes. 1/10
    6. Prescription: Murder! Volume 2: Authentic Cases from the Files of Alan Hynd. 1/10
    7. Washington's Dirigible by John Barnes. 1/13
    8. Origins of the Specious: Myths and Misconceptions of the English Language by Patricia T. O'Conner. 1/16
    9. The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris. 1/16
    10. The Oddfits by Tiffany Tsao. 1/18
    11. Daughter of Earth and Water: A Biography of Mary Wallstonecraft Shelley by Noel Gerson. 1/22
    12. The Prophecy Con by Patrick Weekes. 1/24
    13. Prescription: Murder! volume 3: Authentic Cases from the Files of Alan Hynd by Alan and Noel Hynd. 1/26
    14. Armageddon Girl by C.J. Carella, 1/28
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