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    On my Kindle, I'm hallway through Ed McBain's first 87th Precinct story: Cop Hater. Going the more traditional way of reading, I'll start reading Stephen Coont's The Minotaur tomorrow.
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    Finished Robert Heinlein's Number of the Beast, currently reading William W. Johnstone's John Wesley Hardin novel Forty Times a Killer!, and my Kindle book at the moment is the second book of the Dr. Nikola series by Guy Boothby - Dr. Nikola Returns.
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    I recently acquired Leviathan.
    That is the land of lost content, I see it shining plain, the happy highways where I went and cannot come again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebkoX View Post
    I recently acquired Leviathan.
    I own it, but haven't read it yet (that and thousands of other books and collections I also have on my Kindle ).
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Darknight Detective View Post
    I own it, but haven't read it yet (that and thousands of other books and collections I also have on my Kindle ).
    Its fantastic. A very insightful read. Also, one of the simplest texts I have ever read.
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    I just finished Elan Mastai's All Our Wrong Todays, and despite not normally being a big time travel fan, I really loved it. The MC is a guy who lives in the 2016 we were meant to have - no war or poverty, plenty of renewable energy, etc - but manages to screw things up horribly when traveling back in time, change the course of the future from the 1960s onwards, and end up in 'our' 2016. It's absolutely hilarious as well as being moving; I love Mastai's world-building and the main character is great.

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    Also started Harry Potter again today!
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    Working on Michael Crichton's The Lost World (26 years after reading Jurassic Park), while my Kindle book is the second book of Ed McBain's 87th Precinct series - The Mugger.
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    I finished reading the Ellen Hart mystery Fever In The Dark.
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    Just finished the last Star Wars Aftermath series, not really on par with the better EU novels, but then again not nearly as bad as the bad ones, hear Bloodlines is better and will read that next

    also just checked Sanderson's website and saw this

    Third Draft's finished, its coming soon.

    Edit: But then again November still feels forever away
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    Reading A Concise History of Italy by Christopher Duggan.
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    I finished reading the new C.J. Box thriller Vicious Circle yesterday. Now I'm working on the first of four new advance copies I received to write reviews for a magazine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiromi View Post
    Just finished the last Star Wars Aftermath series, not really on par with the better EU novels, but then again not nearly as bad as the bad ones, hear Bloodlines is better and will read that next
    Yeah Bloodline was much better

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    I read Beedle and the Bard, such a lovely little story.
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    A Perfect Union of Contrary Things by Sarah Jensen with Maynard James Keenan
    DC: Aquaman, Batman, 'Tec, Nightwing, Green Arrow, Green Lanterns, Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman, Batwoman, Supergirl, Superwoman

    Marvel: Ms. Marvel, Punisher, Daredevil

    Image: Outcast, Bitch Planet, The Autumnlands, Black Magick, The Goddamned

    Indies: Black, Insexts, Animosity, Alters, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Red Sonja

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