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It's been a while since I've read a book. My daughter will be 2 at the end of this month and it was prior to her being born. I can't seem to make time to do much reading anymore.

Fiction doesn't interest me anymore. I mostly enjoy true crime and autobiographies. The last 3 books I've read are -





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Post #31   10/17/12 7:13:31AM   

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Just finished this one. It is a long read, over 1000 pages

Highly recommend




I'm still waiting to hear from the people at Pulitzer.

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Posted by Adrenaline

Just finished this one. It is a long read, over 1000 pages

Highly recommend




I'm still waiting to hear from the people at Pulitzer.



Does it come in a Cliffs Notes version?

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I recently dug into my pile of old books and finished reading Christine by Stephen Kings. The book was good but the style in which it was written wasn't so good.

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Posted by KungFuMaster

I recently dug into my pile of old books and finished reading Christine by Stephen Kings. The book was good but the style in which it was written wasn't so good.



Stephen King is awesome 50% of the time. He writes so damn much.
I read this a while back, and recommend it to anyone...

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I just finished Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton.
I always have a book open though. Normally I'm reading Joseph Campbell but an old collection of "Tales of the Unknown" from readers digest has been keeping my interest lately as well.

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Posted by KungFuMaster

I recently dug into my pile of old books and finished reading Christine by Stephen Kings. The book was good but the style in which it was written wasn't so good.



Stephen King is awesome 50% of the time. He writes so damn much.
I read this a while back, and recommend it to anyone...




Is it entertaining reading or is it like a text book?

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Entertaining reading for sure. If you haven't read any of his books, give it a go, he's hilarious and his viewpoint is always refreshing

That being said, you also learn a whole lot while you laugh.

Anyone read Hannibal by Thomas Harris? As good or better than the movie in my opinion

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