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    Memoirs (1975) by Tennessee Williams

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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffySheep View Post
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    I got this for Christmas and rather than trying to read the entire thing in one go, I'm going to dip in and out of it in between reading other books. It's a paperback and over 900 pages, so I'm trying my hardest to keep it in good condition lol.

    Very nice! I hope you enjoy it.

    I also have a huge collection of Wells books on my Kindle. Eventually I will get to it, but I have so many books to choose from.
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    Finally began The Stormlight Archive : Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson. I love the world he's built and the characters that populate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Darknight Detective View Post
    Very nice! I hope you enjoy it.

    I also have a huge collection of Wells books on my Kindle. Eventually I will get to it, but I have so many books to choose from.
    Yeah I plan on reading this book in between other stuff. It's taking me a while to get through The Time Machine but that's time constraints on my part!

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    Finally began The Stormlight Archive : Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson. I love the world he's built and the characters that populate it.
    I'm holding off the Stormlight Archive until Sanderson's nearly finished it. I'm hoping to read all of his other stuff first and save the Stormlight Archive until last. Hope you enjoy it!
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    My rythm really declined with Women, so it took me longer to finish it that what I expected. It hasn't got anything to do with the book, which I really liked, but with some other things I kept myself occupied with.

    Now I'm starting War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy, which is reallly long, so I will be reading it for quite a while
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    Another great Morse novel;

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    On my Kindle, I just started reading The Green Mill Murder (1993), the fifth Phryne Fisher novel by Kerry Greenwood.



    Tomorrow, my next hard-copy book will be The Red Horseman (1993), the sixth Jake Grafton novel by Stephen Coonts.

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    Orpheus Descending (1957) by Tennessee Williams

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    Newest Kindle book: The Officer's Manual: Napoleon's Maxims of War (1831) by The Little Corporal.

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    Magic For Liars by Sarah Gailey.

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    The Politician by Andrew Young that gives a detailed account of his involvement in the Senator John Edwards' affair.

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    Just started reading, on my Kindle, The Nine Tailors (1934), the ninth Lord Peter Wimsey novel by Dorothy L. Sayers.

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    Tomorrow I’m gonna start The Sheltering Sky (1949) by Paul Bowles. Hopefully he’s as good as his wife, Jane.

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    Not the best Bond book, but one that had great potential. I go into a bit more detail over in the James Bond thread in the Independents sub-forum.

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    Sad news - Mary Higgins Clark has died.
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