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Goodnight Moon, I read it to the kids last night.

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I just came back from getting my lunch, and I stopped at Longfellow books, and found a copy of Swiss Family Robinson. I had to have it.

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I just recently finished Life After God by Douglas Coupland. It's the fourth book by Coupland that I've read, and I finished it in a pretty short period... a day or two of reading on and off. I loved it.

 

Currently reading Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, which is going very well so far.

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Swiss Family Robinson(I'm craving some giant turtle soup right now), and FirstFlight by Chris Claremont

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I'm reading Batman: Dark Victory, written by Jeph Loeb with art by Time Sale.

 

I likes me my Batman graphic novels.

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Sleepers - Lorenzo Carcaterra, what a powerful story.

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Sleepers - Lorenzo Carcaterra, what a powerful story.

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Douglas Adams - Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency

 

Brilliant, classic Adams.

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The Music Of Chance by Paul Auster. Good but the ending was disappointing.

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The Perks of Being A Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky

Such A Good Book

I highly recommend it.

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The third book in the Twilight series, good stuff.

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I've been reading "Eat, Pray, Love" by Elizabeth Gilbert.

 

I'm not normally into chicklit, but it's suprisingly interesting to read. It's a very chill way of reading about spirituality.

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Still working on Eclipse, but I'm also reading Naval History of WWII by Samuel Morrison. Good stuff.

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I'm about halfway through Choke by Chuck Palahniuk

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Breaking Dawn - Stephanie Meyer...

 

I'm 500+ pages into it, and I just got it two days ago.

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Slaughter House Five by Kurt Vonnegut

 

...Choke was awful btw.

 

If you like Vonnegut and haven't checked out Sirens of Titan, do so. In my opinion it is his best work by far.... cat's cradle would be second. I don't understand why Slaughterhouse is his most famous work

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Dracula. So far not as boring as I thought it'd be.

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Still working on the Morrison Naval History book, and Breaking Dawn, but started Black Ops by W.E.B Griffin as well.

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At Last There Is Nothing Left To Say

 

don't remember who wrote it, but it's looking like some crazy shit halfway through

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