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    Finished Expanse book 5, Nemesis Games. Have to say, it was one of the best in the series. Probably tied as my favorite with Leviathan Wakes. Now I'm on to Babylon's Ashes.
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    Just got my hands on an ARC for a novel coming out in July called Sanctuary, by Caryn Lix. I couldn't put it down. It's sort of an Alien meets X-men kind of story. Easily one of the best Sci-fi books I've read in the past year. More details here: https://sirmarkussite.wordpress.com/...-by-caryn-lix/

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    I finished reading the Archer Mayor novel "Trace".
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    Just finished listening to THE GIRL IN THE TOWER by Katherine Arden. It's the sequel to THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE. Very much reads / sounds like a Russian fairy tale.
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    I'm listening to The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi A sci fi empire type novel. Humanity separated from Earth and having to live in colonies that branched out from earth thousands of years ago. Really enjoyed it finished it on the way home. One of the characters is extremely profane though so Fbombs galore on audiobook if that matters. Fine for me


    Also reading Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky. Hallfway into it right now very interesting concept. Humans trying to terraform viable planets etc. And different factions of humanity not liking the idea of genetic manipulation used in the "plan". Thousands of years pass and I'm only halfway through
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    Gravity's Rainbow re-read. Because it wasn't hard enough the first go-round. Wee!

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    Mostly listened to the very short OF MICE AND MEN by John Steinbeck for a book club. Not a book to read when you are feeling down.
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    The Art of War by Sun Tzu is a good read.

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    The Knight of the Cart, by Chrétien de Troyes.

    Man, the things Guinevere makes Lancelot do in that story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reviresco View Post
    Mostly listened to the very short OF MICE AND MEN by John Steinbeck for a book club. Not a book to read when you are feeling down.
    God, I love that story. Big fan of the Lon Chaney, Jr.-Burgess Meredith film, too. BTW, the first time I heard of it was in a Scholastic News report 40-something years ago - it had an excerpt from the play featuring James Earl Jones and Kevin Conway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starter Set View Post
    The Knight of the Cart, by Chrétien de Troyes.

    Man, the things Guinevere makes Lancelot do in that story.
    I own a copy of Arthurian Romances by him on my Kindle. Someday...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zetsubou View Post
    The Art of War by Sun Tzu is a good read.
    Another one on my Kindle that I need to read.
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    Just started reading The Panther (2012) by Nelson DeMille, the sixth book from the John Corey series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Darknight Detective View Post
    I own a copy of Arthurian Romances by him on my Kindle. Someday...
    I found it to be entertaining enough. Some repetitions here and there and there a couple of really weird scenes but that's a fun read.

    And an important step in Arthurian literature.
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    On my Kindle today, I will tackle The Con Man (1957) by Ed McBain. It's the fourth novel from his 87th Precinct series and also the fourth I have read.
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