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    Read Juiced last week, and The Great Gatsby over the weekend for my English class. Now I'm reading Moneyball for the 7th time.

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    I finished up the Great Gatsby last week, and I'm still trying to get Loose Balls read in between books (I love the book, but I always have other books to read for class).

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    Morgawr by Terry Brooks.

    The Sword of Shannara by Terry Brooks.

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    I just got done reading "Disney war" & it was great.

    Not Barbarians at the gate great but d@mn close.


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    The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things by J. T. Leroy

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    Green Mile - Stephen King

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    Finished Moneyball and Death of a Salesman.

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    I'm reading the Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide, I'm into So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish now.

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    I went a little old school myself last week. I read Enders game and Foundation again. Its been a while but they were good to read again.

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    I found Knight: My Story at Target for $1 today LOL

    I will probably read it when I go on vacation (17 hour car rides suck).

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    I'm reading "Never Let Me Go" by Kazuo Ishiguro (author of Remains of the day). Anyone read him? He's one of my absolute favorites for SERIOUS reading.
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    I went a little old school myself last week. I read Enders game and Foundation again. Its been a while but they were good to read again.
    Here's a shout out to Ragnar for both the Ender Books (I only consider Ender's Game and Speaker for the Dead to be the series, the last two bit). Excellent reading, friend.
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    Enders Shadow is not bad but yeah some of them are just not there. Same thing with the foundation books. After you read 2nd Foundaton you should just move on.

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    I'm workin on the whole R.A. Salvatore collection.

    Right now im reading The Demon Awakens which so far is really good.

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    Got some brain candy going now, 'Young, Gifted and Black: A History of Trojan Records'. Fun read, nothing too challenging yunno.

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    Fall of Hyperion by Dan Simmons.

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    Got some brain candy going now, 'Young, Gifted and Black: A History of Trojan Records'. Fun read, nothing too challenging yunno.
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    Enders Shadow is not bad but yeah some of them are just not there. Same thing with the foundation books. After you read 2nd Foundaton you should just move on.
    Hmmmm, I've never read any of the Foundation books, but if they are being recommended by and Ender fan....maybe I'll check them out.

    I also enjoy Arthur C Clarke - Childhood's End, Fountains of Paradise.

    Heinlein, too....when he's not too wrapped up in sixties style free love....
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