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    I've just started reading Skulduggery Pleasant: The Dying of the Light. I've loved the series so far-time to read the grand finale.
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    REad an old Green Striped Penguin Crime Novel which was only noticeable for the explanation of how to cook a penguin in an ad at the back.

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    Murder on the Orient Express

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    This is the first Agatha Christie novel I've read and what an incredible 'whodunit' it is. The mystery is interesting, the cast rich with colorful characters and the ending reveal was fantastic and unexpected. I am definitely interested in reading the other adventures of detective Hercule Poirot as well as more of Christie's other work.
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    I finished reading the C.J. Box thriller Endangered and the Ingrid Thoft mystery Identity.
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    The Beatles Are Here! edited by Penelope Rowlands. It's a collection of essays about the Beatles' first appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964.

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    After watching Horns , I learned it was written by a guy named Joe Hill. Figured I'd try a book he wrote. So I'm reading NOS4A2 , its really good its got like Killer whose obsessed with Christmas and this girl who can go through portals on a BMX bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Astronaut View Post
    Murder on the Orient Express

    by Agatha Christie



    This is the first Agatha Christie novel I've read and what an incredible 'whodunit' it is. The mystery is interesting, the cast rich with colorful characters and the ending reveal was fantastic and unexpected. I am definitely interested in reading the other adventures of detective Hercule Poirot as well as more of Christie's other work.
    I recomend Dorothy Sayers and GK Chesterton.

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    Working my way through Dickens' "David Copperfield" and quite loving it.

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    Finishing Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond and mostly through Year Zero by Ian Buruma. The first, Guns Germs and Steel, is a fascinating, well known book. Year Zero is newer but also amazing book about a single year, 1945.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AstroWolfboy View Post
    After watching Horns , I learned it was written by a guy named Joe Hill. Figured I'd try a book he wrote. So I'm reading NOS4A2 , its really good its got like Killer whose obsessed with Christmas and this girl who can go through portals on a BMX bike.
    In case you haven't found out yet, Joe Hill is the son of Stephen King. He uses the maiden name of his mother, Tabitha Hill King.

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    Finished the two books in the A Raven's Shadow Novel series(Bloodsong and Tower Lord), looking forward to book 3 in July

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    The Wailing Mountain by Mihailo Lalić

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    Currently reading A Darker Shade Of Magic by VE Schwab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AstroWolfboy View Post
    After watching Horns , I learned it was written by a guy named Joe Hill. Figured I'd try a book he wrote. So I'm reading NOS4A2 , its really good its got like Killer whose obsessed with Christmas and this girl who can go through portals on a BMX bike.
    I recently finished reading Horns myself. It had me hooked, especially the last third of the book. I think I might start NOS4A2 after reading your synopsis!

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    Quote Originally Posted by algargoyle View Post
    I recently finished reading Horns myself. It had me hooked, especially the last third of the book. I think I might start NOS4A2 after reading your synopsis!
    It's actually a comic right now called " The Wraith " but plan on picking it up after the book. But It's good . Might actually start reading Locke & Key as well.

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