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Thread: What are you reading now?

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    Now on The Killer Thing by Kate Wilhelm
    "Just have fun"

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    Back to look to Windward after a break to read The Hobbit prior to going to see it.

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    I got a Kindle for xmas, and I have a selection of things downloaded to be going on with:
    Some of the best from Tor.com:2012 Ed (free)
    The Girl Who Played With Fire, Stieg Larsson
    F&SF, free exclusive digest

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    The Killer Thing was ok but nothing special.


    Now starting Dr Bloodmoney by PK Dick
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    I enjoyed the "The Girl..." trilogy. Having seen the Sweedish films first (the 2hour versions) it added a lot of back ground and made me realise what a good job of adapting the books they did.

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    Just finished The Bell Jar, Sylvia Plath. Quite an insight into mental illness.

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    Dr Bloodmoney was good.


    Now starting American Gods (authors prefered text) by Neil Gaiman


    Also just picked up Dotter of her Fathers Eyes from the library:

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dotter-Fathe...8507812&sr=1-1
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    Just finished Oryx and Crake, by Margaret Atwood. Recommended by a comedy site, of all things, and man what a bleak book it is. Finished it up, found out that there was a semi-sequel (The Year of the Flood) and ordered that right off, working on it now.
    "No, I like my lot as well as any other."

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    I listened to Oryx & Crake on audio book (tapes), enjoyed it. I also have Handmaides Tale on the book shelf
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    Liked American Gods. Starting a Michael Marshall Smith book. Anyone read him?

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